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Colonial Williamsburg

101 Visitor Center Drive, Williamsburg, VA 23185-4565
+1 855-392-8473
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Discover Colonial Williamsburg and become a citizen of the Revolutionary City. Engage with the local community and experience firsthand the daily struggles of wartime. Explore our art museums, unleash your kids' inner colonists, tee off a game of golf, or relax and unwind at the Spa. Stay at one of the official Colonial Williamsburg hotels, with a variety of opportunities to shop and dine, and you'll never want to leave.
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  • Very good21%
  • Average8%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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101 Visitor Center Drive, Williamsburg, VA 23185-4565
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+1 855-392-8473

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Reviewed yesterday

We took a three consecutive day tour of Colonial Williamsburg. There is a whole entire town which has been preserved. There are people dressed in original costumes who greet you when you arrive and step off the bus. The homes, costumes, everything are as real...More

Thank Kathy G
Reviewed yesterday

I was doing research so in addition to having a fun time, I was able to get all kinds of information I needed. The reenactors are incredible fonts of information.

Thank Carol B
Reviewed yesterday

I always have loved Colonial Williamsburg. It is so nice to walk around with no worries of cars but maybe horse deposits. There are buildings to visit without paying the tour fees but you would miss some interesting sight of colonial life.

Thank davidwF69YZ
Reviewed yesterday

There is plenty to see with lots of learning opportunities, but the majority of the attractions seem to require ticket admission. It's free to roam the colony streets tho, which is what we did during our spur of the moment tour of Colonial Williamsburg. A...More

Thank FeveredDisco
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

In just a quick overview the entire town is worth seeing. You learn a lot of history, and the people there are quite entertaining as well. Definitely pay the extra for the passes so that you don't miss out on anything they are worth the...More

Thank cbrown628
Reviewed yesterday

If you haven't been to Williamsburg, VA yet or maybe you were there years ago, don't waste time thinking about. Plan a trip as soon as possible. What a journey back to Colonial times. Find a nearby hotel, buy a 3 Day Pass and grab...More

Thank Joanne M
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Loved our trip. The characters were very knowledgeable and so fun to interact. I loved talking to the Native American there so much information

Thank Debra B
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Unexpectedly knowledgeable people playing historical roles. The gentlemen in the tailor shop were enchanting and Thomas Jefferson took my breath away with his ability to discuss issues from an 18th century perspective. James Mason's explanation of the rights of women in that time made it...More

Thank Jennifer O
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We had a fantastic time! The historical interpreters were very friendly, and very willing to share their knowledge! We especially enjoyed the carriage ride through town, touring the governor's mansion and sampling the 18th century inspired dishes at the King's Arms Tavern.

Thank adolby
Reviewed 2 days ago

The Historical Area was more than we expected. Very well organized and well run. Free parking at the Visitor Center with a frequent shuttle to the main area with multiple stops. We recommend the three CONSECUTIVE day passes which get you into most of the...More

Thank Larry and Sue L
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kad724
We will be coming to Williamsburg with a 7 year old and 41/2 year old both boys. What are the best things to do with them. I know they would love to see a battle. Also is there a restaurant that they would enjoy? How far in advance do I make reservations for events. Thank you
22 June 2017|
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Response from terri828 | Reviewed this property |
My kids favorite place for lunch is Food for Thought, and two places for breakfast are Ducks Donuts and a diner called Shorty's Diner which was delicious, I am not a fan of donuts but my kids loved it, both places are on the... More
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c0417g1106
Hi! What is usually open on Thanksgiving? Spa? Stores? Restaurants? Thanks!
20 June 2017|
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Response from CWfave | Reviewed this property |
Each of the historic taverns will be open for "special" meals. You pay in advance and make reservations. The Williamsburg Lodge will also offer a special meal and sometimes you can just order off their regular menu. The... More
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Sandy J
We are planning on stopping on our way to FL in mid Nov. Will most of the attractions be open then?
3 May 2017|
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Response from rebzim51 | Reviewed this property |
Some of the houses will not be open. However, the main buildings are open. you will get the added bonus of the Christmas decorating will be up. very pretty.
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