Super 8 Williamsburg Historic Area

304 Second Street, I-64 Exit 243B, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185, United States
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williamsburg trip

by tinadr

were planning on visiting williamsburg for 5-6 days this July. Is it better to buy the 7-4-1 ticket or buy individually

Re: williamsburg trip

by usatravels

Yes it's worth purchasing 7-4-1 ticket With the "7-4-1 Flex Vacation Package", you can visit any of the six attractions: COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG, BUSCH GARDENS, JAMESTOWN SETTLEMENT, YORKTOWN VICTORY CENTER, HISTORIC JAMESTOWNE AND YORKTOWN BATTLEFIELD.

Good Luck!

Travel Tips for Williamsburg

Everything is in here!

by Yaqui

This is where you start your experience. Here in the visitor center is where you will get assistance in purchasing tickets to the town or reservations for walking tours, carriage rides, dinning, lodging or other evening programs. Wheelchairs are available here too, but limited. A bookstore, a tea & coffee refreshment store, custome rentals available for children, souvenirs store and a wonderful movie presentation. Restrooms are here too and this is where free shuttles buses that take you to the park and drop and pick up at various areas of the town. Outside is a wonderful court yard to enjoy with a lovely water fall.

For the reservation desk for lodging and dinning please call 1-800-Taverns or 757-229-2141 It was cool, comfortable and friendly:-)

Maps and tickets

by matcrazy1

Take quite good (for walking enough) map of Colonial Williamsburg in weekly brochure: This Week available free in the Visitors Center and other Ticket & Information offices. Besides, there are maps put in right many places of the Colonial Williamsburg - this one on my picture stands at Merchants Square.

Besides the Visitors Center there are Ticket and Information offices inside Colonial Williamsburg:
1. at Merchants Square (daily 9.00 am - 4.00 pm): at south corner of Duke of Gloucester Street and North Henry Street, by shuttle bus stop, restrooms and public telephones there.
2. Lumber House Ticket Office (daily 8.46 am - 8.30 pm): on south side of Duke of Gloucester Street next to Palace Green (south of the Governor's Palace).
3. on Capitol grounds (just northwest of Capitol building; daily 9.00 am - 5.00 pm) - tickets, treasures and books there.
4. in Williamsburg Lodge & Conference Center.
MasterCard, VISA, Discover, Diners Club, and American Express are accepted.

Check up-to-date schedule and hours here.

Always five?

by matcrazy1

All mansions and single upper class Georgian houses I saw in colonial Williamsburg had five windows at frontside on each of two floors and often five dormer windows up in the gable roof. I found it the best seen feature of 18th century, colonial Georgian architecture in Williamsburg.

Addirtionally the houses usually had five rooms on each level. Did they believe in lucky five?

It was well seen in architecture of either the Governor's Palace and of both the Palace Advance Buildings which were placed in front on both sides of the main Palace building (enlarge my picture).

Indian School at The College of William and Mary

by lonestar_philomath

Part of the original mandate for the College of William and Mary was the education of American Indians in Virginia. The Brafferton Indian School was established in the early 18th century however it did not survive the Revolutionary War.Today, faculty and students are encouraged to participate in and contribute to the surrounding community.

Endangered Leicester Longwool sheep

by matcrazy1

I met sheep called Leicester (pronounced "lester") Longwool sheep, on my picture, grazing on a meadow close to Williamsburg's Public Gaol (jail). They are sheep that might have been here in 18th century. Today, there are fewer than 200 animals of this endangered species. They were originally imported to Williamsburg from Tasmania, Australia.

The sheep didn't offer long wool in October but in spring when they are sheared. As they grow very fast they provided a source of meet for colonists.


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Address: 304 Second Street, I-64 Exit 243B, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185, United States