Expert Travel Advice to Williamsburg

Top Answers To Williamsburg Travel Questions

  • 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!
  • 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.
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    Anonymous user answered:
    Colonial Williamsburg is the largest living history museum in the country, which has a lot going on all year round. You might also want to see the Mariner's Museum or take a candlelight tour of Williamsburg's haunted sites. If you need more excitement than that, Busch Gardens offers world-class roller coasters. I hope this gives you a taste of the action in Williamsburg. The following site will help you find other attractions in the area: http://bit.ly/dwtpDb Have a great trip!
  • 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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