About Our Area
About Our Area
Williamsburg is the heart of Virginia’s Historic Triangle – Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown. The historic triangle is centrally located between Richmond and Virginia Beach, offering something of interest for everyone from history to state-of-the art technology. The peninsula offers anything you could desire in culture and recreation from boating, golfing or shopping to theater, museums and, of course–history.
Things to Do in Williamsburg
In Williamsburg, VA, there’s plenty of fun for the whole family to have! Visit Busch Gardens or Water Country USA for some amusement park fun, or Colonial Williamsburg in order to learn more about the city’s historical significance. It has plenty of museums, art galleries and studios, outdoor activities and more that you can take advantage of. With so much to do, I guarantee you’ll find something you’ll love.
Historical Attractions Near Williamsburg
Williamsburg is a city rich with culture for you to explore. This city—and the neighboring areas—were some of the first to be settled, with over 400 years of history behind them. You can enjoy Colonial Williamsburg, where re-enactors faithfully recreate what it was like to live during colonial times. Or, you could visit historical locations such as the Yorktown Battlefield, where you can learn more about the final battle of the Revolutionary War. There’s plenty of history to uncover, and so I encourage you to spend some time exploring!
Events Near Williamsburg
Enjoy events in the Williamsburg area year-round! There’s a little bit of something for everyone. Enjoy the beautiful CW Lights, learn more about the local Native American community with FOCUSED, or visit some haunted buildings with the Colonial Ghost Tour. Many events repeat daily, so you can enjoy your favorites again and again, or attend multiple events over the course of several days.