Williamsburg is the "Colonial Capital" of
Virginia and is internationally known for its restoration activities and
re-creation of 18th-century America at Colonial Williamsburg.
The Williamsburg area offers visitors exceptional historical, cultural
and recreational activities and events throughout the year.
Ambience, location and southern hospitality are alive and well and standard operating procedure in the Historic Triangle,
choose to stay, as well as offering endless opportunities for dining to
find just the right combination of menu, location and price.
Shopping opportunities abound in the area with numerous outlet malls, Merchants Square,
New Town and the Farmer's Market. Whether you’re seeking bargains or
luxury items you will find what you want - and maybe something you
didn’t know you wanted -
in Williamsburg. The Muscarelle Museum of Art at the College of William and Mary as well as the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum and Abby Aldrich
Rockefeller Fork Art Museum at Colonial Williamsburg provide access to fine works of art from around the world.
Recreational opportunities abound in Williamsburg, including world-famous golf courses at Kingsmill and watersports on the James and York Rivers and the Chesapeake Bay. Families love Busch Gardens theme park and Water Country USA!