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Great Wolf Lodge Waterpark

Great Wolf Lodge - Waterpark

Location: Williamsburg
Great Wolf Lodge Waterpark

What do you say to a 67,000-sq. ft. indoor entertainment area featuring its own gigantic waterpark? Let's Go! It's huge! It's wild! And it's all ... More Info

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Wren Building

Location: Williamsburg

On the campus of William and Mary the Wren Building was built in 1695.

Considered the oldest academic structure in America, the Wren ... More Info

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Brafferton

Location: Williamsburg

Brafferton was originally constructed in 1723 for use as an Indian school. During the Civil War, the building was used as quarters for commanding ... More Info

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Virginia Premiere Theatre

Virginia Premiere Theatre

Location: Williamsburg
Virginia Premiere Theatre

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Bruton Parish Church

Location: Williamsburg

Bruton Parish Church, one of the area's oldest churches, was used as a hospital before, during and after the Battle of Williamsburg. The cemetery ... More Info

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Piney Grove at Southall's Plantation

Location: Williamsburg

The site of PINEY GROVE was first the homeland of the Chickahominy tribe. The original portion of PINEY GROVE was built circa 1790 on the ... More Info

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Lemon Twist at speed

Capt-Hewlett Charters

Location: Williamsburg
Lemon Twist at speed

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Colonial cyclists

Williamsburg Area Bicyclists (WAB)

Location: Williamsburg
Colonial cyclists

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The Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg

Location: Williamsburg

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation operates two world-class museums whose collections enhance and enrich the guest experience beyond the living ... More Info

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Magazine

Location: Williamsburg

Built in 1715, the Magazine has served as a storage space for weapons and ammunition for centuries. Located in the heart of Colonial Williamsburg, ... More Info

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James City County Courthouse

Location: Williamsburg

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The 268-seat Williamsburg Library Theatre

Williamsburg Library Theatre

Location: Williamsburg
The 268-seat Williamsburg Library Theatre

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Williamsburg Regional Library

Location: Williamsburg

The Williamsburg Regional Library has a variety of resources on the Civil War on the Peninsula. In addition to titles in the both the reference and ... More Info

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George Wythe House

Location: Williamsburg

One of the largest eighteenth-century residences in Williamsburg, the Wythe House was looted by Union troops during their occupation of the town. ... More Info

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Williamsburg Area Discover the Arts Trail

Location: Williamsburg

Art museums, art galleries, artists' studios and performing arts venues featuring varied concerts, plays and events are abundant in the Historic ... More Info

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Outdoor Opportunities in the Williamsburg Area

Location: Williamsburg

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Williamsburg Confederate Monument, Now

Location: Williamsburg

This commemorative monument was built in 1908 by the Daughters of the Confederacy and the citizens of Williamsburg and James City County to honor ... More Info

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City of Williamsburg

Location: Williamsburg

Starting in early 1861, the entire city of Williamsburg was transformed into an armed camp. After the Battle of Williamsburg, the city was occupied ... More Info

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