Explore Fun Things to Do in Colonial Williamsburg
When you choose the Country Inn & Suites, Williamsburg Historic Area, VA, you can walk in the steps of the American colonists by visiting sites in the Historic Triangle of Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown. Spend the day exploring re-created historic buildings and talking to townspeople at Colonial Williamsburg. You can scream your way through the coasters at Busch Gardens Williamsburg or speed down the waterslides at Water Country USA. Looking for more things to do? The Williamsburg area also features additional attractions
like antique and shopping malls, golf clubs and museums.
- Busch Gardens Williamsburg (5.2 miles)
Take a thrilling ride on roller coasters like Apollo's Chariot and the Griffon, or catch a live performance of Celtic Fyre. Traveling with little ones? Take them to play in the Sesame Street® Forest of Fun™.
Phone: +1 (757) 229-4386
- Colonial Williamsburg (1 mile)
Tour Colonial Williamsburg and learn about revolutionary America by talking to tradespeople, shopkeepers and other townspeople. When you’re done learning about our nation’s history, visit the links for a round of golf, shop in unique boutiques and dine at specialty restaurants.
Phone: +1 (757) 229-1000
- Go-Karts Plus (7 miles)
For action-packed adventure that the whole family can enjoy, you can’t go wrong with Go-Karts Plus. Race around the track, test your aim at the shooting gallery, then prepare for battle with the ultimate water balloon battle at the Water Wars station.
Phone: +1 (757) 564-7600
- Water Country USA (4.3 miles)
Explore the twists and turns of Virginia’s largest water park, where you can spin around the Colossal Curl, zip down the Jet Scream or chill in the lazy river.
Phone: +1 (757) 229-4386
- Jamestown Settlement (6 miles)
- Visit Jamestown, America’s first permanent settlement, to learn about daily life in the colonies. You can tour life-size fort replicas or a Powhatan village, talk to costumed historians and browse several shops.
Phone: +1 (757) 253-4838
- William & Mary (2 miles)
Established in 1693, this public research university has a long history of excellent education. Graduates include three U.S. presidents and four signers of the Declaration of Independence.
Phone: +1 (757) 221-4000
- The Williamsburg Winery at Wessex Hundred (4 miles)
The Williamsburg Winery produces several award-winning wines, including the Governor’s White. You can schedule a tour of the winery, enjoy a special tasting or sample a delicious meal at one of two on-site restaurants.
Phone: +1 (757) 229-0999
- Yorktown Battlefield (6 miles)
Start your tour of this historic battlefield in the Visitor Center, where you can see artifacts from the American fight for independence, watch an informative video or schedule a guided excursion with a park ranger.
Phone: +1 (757) 898-2410
Williamsburg Area Transit (WATA) (1.5 miles)
Phone: +1 (757) 220-5493