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Williamsburg, Virginia Attractions & Things To Do

Williamsburg, Virginia Attractions History lives in Williamsburg, a quaint town situated within the Virginia Peninsula. Experience the unique heritage of the region, while exploring historic landmarks, restored 18th century buildings, shops and outdoor marketplaces. Step back to the Colonial-era with a visit to noteworthy attractions like Jamestown and historic Williamsburg. Visitors will also enjoy a variety of family friendly thrills, including exhilarating theme parks, exceptional outlet shopping, educational museums, boating, fishing and access to nearby beaches and Hampton Roads towns.
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum At Williamsburg VirginiaAbby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum
The museum features a prominent collection of folk art including carvings, furniture, toys, needlework and paintings. Also featured are fascinating rotating exhibits and educational programs. Access to the museum is through The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.
326 Francis St W,
Williamsburg, VA

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Appomattox Court House At Williamsburg, VirginiaAppomattox Court House
In 1865 Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered to Union commander Ulysses S. Grant in Appomattox Court House, thereby ending the American Civil War. Today, a visit to Appomattox Court House National Park is a step back in time.

Explore 1,700 lush acres in rural Southern Virginia, west of historic Williamsburg and discover the McLean House, the original site of the surrender. History buffs can also tour original historic structures and reconstructed buildings, catch a documentary at the 70-seat theater or view one-of-a kind Civil War artifacts at the park's museum.
Highway 24,
Appomattox, VA

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Bassett Hall At Williamsburg, VirginiaBassett Hall
Eighteenth century heritage meets twentieth century life at Bassett Hall. This frame house on 585 acres was built between 1753 and 1766 and was fully restored in the 1930's and 40's by the Rockefeller family. A visit to Bassett Hall means exploring the ground's lush gardens, lawns and picturesque woodlands.
522 Francis St E,
Williamsburg, VA

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Golf CourseBook Williamsburg, Virginia Tee Times on GolfNow.com
Known for courses with scenic woodlands and rolling greens, Williamsburg is quickly becoming one of the nation's premier golf destinations. With more than a dozen courses designed by some of the country's most notable architects, you have plenty of choice when golfing Williamsburg's lush, manicured landscapes. Book your tee times here.
Williamsburg, VA
Bruton Parish Episcopal Church At Williamsburg, VirginiaBruton Parish Episcopal Church
The Bruton Parish Episcopal Church was built in 1674 and is located in the heart of historic Williamsburg on the Duke of Gloucester Street. Visitors can tour the tower house and West gallery or attend one of the 120 recitals and concerts programs held throughout the year. The church is open daily for visitors.
331 W Duke of Gloucester St,
Williamsburg, VA

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