Expert Travel Advice to Williamsburg

Top Answers To Williamsburg Travel Questions

  • 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.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    There are plenty of interesting and hands-on things to do with kids in Williamsburg. To get some ideas, visit the Colonial Williamsburg page (http://bit.ly/alVDtY) and be sure to check out the 'Kids Programs' section for any kid-friendly activities.
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    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.
  • Alistair answered:
    Williamsburg has a bowling alley at AMF Williamsburg Lanes, whjch is about five miles from the location you specify. There's rollerskating in Newport News at Peninsula Family Skating Center, a 30-minute drive from you. The closest Dave & Buster's is in Glen Allen, just outside of Richmond. That's a 60-mile drive, so I wouldn't waste your time unless you're really desperate! If you're with children and they don't mind some late-night heebie-jeebies, you might try a ghost tour in Williamsburg. Or there's the track (plus other activities) at Go-Karts Plus, which closes at 10 p.m. during the summer. Hope this helps!

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