Williamsburg Village Travel Guide

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Williamsburg Village Things to Do

  • Take the Tours

    If you want to learn about the buildings and the people who actually lived in them, then you'll definitely want to try and join the tours, especially if you want to enter the Governor's Palace. The tours will provide you with different information than the townspeople will provide you with.To see what tours are available, go to the website I've...

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  • A tour to the past

    You probably couldn’t find a better way to spend a day then taking the tour of Williamsburg. It’s a bit pricey at $37 for an adult and $18.50 for ages 6 to 14 but you will be able to see a number of museums, view historic area exhibits and Carter's Grove plantation, take an orientation walking tour, and getting bus transportation to and around the...

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  • Busch Gardens

    The one place where someone from a non- amusement park state comes to go crazy!I had the BEST time at busch. I spent the whole day there, it poured rain and I didnt care! I went on the rides soaking wet! Got to see the clydesdales ( I wish my photo of them turned out) the rescued bald eagles (ab's mascot) and all the exotic other birds. I took lots...

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Williamsburg Village Restaurants

  • Skip this place

    The food was OK but they advertised music. There was NONE. The staff was unfriendly. Upon arriving we were asked if we had reservations. We did. There were only 3 table taken in this place. Yet 3 different employees questioned us about reservations but never asked for a name. It was very confusing and unfriendly. When we asked about the music they...

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  • Go for the Colonial Experience; not the...

    Went to Christina Campbells over Easter. The experience was fun. Had teenagers with us and the waiter helped us have a great time. Most of the 6 enjoyed the food but the halibut was overcooked. The experience of the Colonial Times was better than the food. Food didn't live up to the price.Went back to Williamsburg last week. Wanted to take them to...

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  • It's not just a Sandwich

    Awesome sandwich. And get the house dressing. Yum. This was recommended by several locals. When we got there we thought "they just serve sandwiches"? It was the best sandwich ever. Excellent food. However, their system was a little flawed in my opinion. You order and then move over to wait for the order. Got crowded.If you like wine and beer .. go...

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Williamsburg Village Shopping

  • Look Around

    In Colonial Williamsburg, the shops are mixed in among the historical buildings and attractions, so you don't have to go looking for them. They're all right there! The shops contain a wide variety of souvenirs and gifts to remember Colonial Williamsburg! They have toys, games, foods, postcards, crafts, clothing, and specialty items that resemble...

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  • the pottery

    its a little bit of everything, its like a superstore that takes up several buildings. Never been in any place like it. They have everything you would need for crafts, parties or whatever!There is also a williamsburg outlet mall, very nice. got great stuff from the pepperidge farm outlet there.And the other outlet stores! I loved the J crew...

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Williamsburg Village Favorites

  • The birds at Busch Gardens

    There were lots of interesting animals at Busch Gardens. i had the opportunity to take photos of many of them, however the signature animals (clydesdales) the photo didnt turn out. I'm an animal person and enjoyed my experiences with them immensely/ My fondest memory of the whole virginia area was the flowers! I was there just as spring really...

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  • Seasons Change

    If it's possible, I reccommend coming to Colonial Williamsburg both in the summer, as well as in December. The summertime is the best time to really explore the village, see the sites, and participate in many activities. However, there are also activities in the wintertime, and in December, the appearance of the village changes. They don't use...

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