Williamsburg, Virginia is famous for its historic district known as Colonial Williamsburg. A very popular tourist spot, the city played a key role in the American Revolution and was the site of the Battle of Williamsburg in 1862. It forms a corner of the Historic Triangle with Jamestown and Yorktown and has a great range of historic Williamsburg hotels. Alternately, you may want to stay at one of the hotels near Busch Gardens theme park if you’re planning a family vacation.
When to go to WilliamsburgWilliamsburg lies on the Virginia Peninsula and has a mild climate with warm summers and cool winters. Popular months to book hotels in Williamsburg are July and August, when highs can reach around 85°F.
How to get to WilliamsburgYou can take a taxi from Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport (PHF), the city’s main airport, to hotels in Colonial Williamsburg, or hire a car and drive to one of the Williamsburg resorts. To reach Williamsburg by intercity rail, head to the Williamsburg Transportation Center, then use the Area Transport bus service to reach Williamsburg attractions.
Things to do in WilliamsburgAlthough best known for Colonial Williamsburg and Busch Gardens, the city has a wide variety of attractions to explore. Presidents Park and the Capitol Building offer interesting insights into United States history. You might also want to check out Williamsburg Winery and the elegant College of William and Mary, or take the kids to Water Country USA. Whilst on your visit stay at a Williamsburg inn, or try one of the discount hotels Williamsburg has to offer.
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