Williamsburg Attractions

Enjoy These Activities During Your Visit to Williamsburg  
Receive your discounted ticket to Colonial Williamsburg upon check-in at the Williamsburg Lodge, where costumed interpreters will welcome you to the largest living history museum in the world. Meet a Nation Builder like George Washington, admire the craftsmanship of some of the best artisans in the world and connect with your family over a horse-drawn carriage ride.
Colonial Williamsburg Experience
Private Tour $33/person (registration links for this tour site will be available in January)
Saturday, March 5, from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
The Historic Area includes restored and historically preserved buildings, 88 of which are originals.  With our private tour guide, you will explore some of the best sites and activities in the Historic Area, using the complimentary Historic Area shuttles will help.  We may visit the Governor’s Palace, Capitol, or Raleigh Tavern, each with its own costumed interpreter, and discover the trades in which Williamsburg’s 18th-century residents engaged.  Visits to the blacksmith, cooper, binder, milliner, weaver and/or silversmith are only a few of the live-action demonstrations we can experience. Join this enriching and fun experience for all ages. 
Ghost Tours
Colonial Ghosts $13 adults, $10 children
Friday, March 4 at 8:00 p.m., Duke of Gloucester Street, at the statue of Thomas Jefferson in Merchant’s Square.  Tickets must be purchased in advance at https://colonialghosts.com/ghost-tours/
Who better to tell you about Colonial Williamsburg than the ghost of an 18th Century resident?! For over 300 years, this area has been the site for the Civil War, the clash between the Colonists and the American Natives, dark rituals of the witches and the people who hunted them, the betrayal of lovers, and other intriguing tales of human suffering and woe, setting the stage for hauntings galore. 
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum
Discover the world of the settlers who established the first permanent British settlement in the New World at Historic Jamestowne, a National Park Service and Preservation Virginia site. Then visit Jamestown Settlement 
Fun for the whole family at Busch Gardens
Explore the campus of William & Mary
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There are plenty of local dining choices to please all tastes.
Experience Historic Taverns and Restaurants in the Historic Area, or enjoy Restaurants in the city of Williamsburg.