Expert Travel Advice to Williamsburg

Top Answers To Williamsburg Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    Check out the event calendar at: http://www.visitwilliamsburg.com/williamsburg-events-calendar/index.aspx for a searchable database of seasonal goings-on.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    If you're going to be near Williamsburg, one place to visit is Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area. This living history museum features 500 homes, building and stores restored to colonial times. Also, there are crafts, characters and live action drama to check out throughout the day. The historic area is open daily and hours vary by site.
  • Alistair answered:
    I'm not sure of your budget, but there are a few Hampton Inns in the Williamsburg area that promise clean, well-priced accommodations for around $100/night, plus a few extras like cooked breakfast to hold down costs. Hampton Inn & Suites Williamsburg-Richmond R.d is one such place, and is within easy range of attractions including Colonial Williamsburg and Busch Gardens (I assume you have a car). Plenty of other choices along the same price/star range in the area. Some hotels include admission to both attractions as part of seasonal packages, too. Check the Greater Williamsburg CTA's website (http://www.williamsburgcc.com/) to browse the latest deals and specials.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Busch Gardens in Williamsburg offers a kennel service. The facility is ventilated but temperature is not controlled and though it offers fresh water for your pet, you need to bring food and feed it. It costs $6 for each pet all day. Keep in mind that the facility is in the England parking lot and is not allowed inside the park.

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