Colonial Williamsburg's costumed interpreters play out events leading to the revolutionary war.
Colonial Williamsburg's antique buildings, 88 of them original colonial buildings, another 50 rebuilt on the original foundations hold priceless antiques crafted in England and Colonial America. There are 60,000 in all: paintings, textiles, jewelry, and ceramics displayed in 200 period rooms.
Washington and Rochambeau 's armies marched to victory at Yorktown from Williamsburg, an event well documented in roadside signs.
Near Williamsburg, The Yorktown Jamestown Foundation runs the Yorktown Victory Center an encampment and museum where costumed interpreters explain in meticulous historic detail the life of the colonial soldier.
There is a lot more than history going on in the area so you don't worry about keeping everyone in the family entertained.
Nearby the
Bush Gardens offers a European Renaissance themed park with exciting rides and exotic European-style food while just down the road, Water Country USA runs the mid-Atlantic's largest water them park. The family might also enjoy a trip to the upscale outlet malls, a tour of the ceramic factory, and a Williamsburg Winery tour for a glimpse into the automated bottling room and a walk through the 50-acre vineyard.   
Colonial Williamsburg, a completely preserved and restored colonial town has 80 original homes and buildings, 50 restored on original foundations, and 200 period rooms displaying 60,000 authentic antiques of British and Colonial American manufacture. Costumed re-enactors and interpreters of history will involve you in hands-on activities of the era just before the Revolutionary War.
Park Service and the Association of Virginia Antiquities, the park includes the site of the first permanent English settlement in North America.     

Virginia Attractions Near , Williamsburg, Jamestown, Yorktown
  •   Route 5, the scenic byway where plantations line the James River including the Shirley Plantation settled in 1613, the Berkeley Plantation, site of a 1726 mansion and home of President William Henry Harrison, and Sherwood Forest, home of our 10th President John Tyler.
  • The US Army Transportation Museum, from steam locomotives to experimental flying saucers, helicopters to tugboats: 200 years of Army transportation history.    
  • The Virginia Living Museum: Virginia wildlife, botanical gardens, and planetarium.
Colonial Williamsburg Golden Horseshoe Golf Club, a Robert Trent Jones Jr. design is one of five courses in the area.
  • Go Karts Plus, an 8-acre family park where you race go-karts and simulated NASCAR racers on a banked oval track.
Colonial  Williamsburg, Virginia, Restored Colonial Town
The Williamsburg Jamestown area is a great place for a family vacation. Everyone in the family can find an interesting bit of history or archaeology to explore. Flying in to Washington DC or Richmond Virginia and renting a car will put Williamsburg, Jamestown,  and Yorktown within reach. The three called the historic Triangle are about 20 miles apart.
Smith the leader of the first settlement.
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Colonial Williamsburg, a preserved and restored colonial town
Colonial  Williamsburg, Virginia is  a restored colonial town with 80 original homes and buildings, 50 restored on original foundations, and 200 period rooms displaying 60,000 authentic antiques of British and Colonial American manufacture.
In Colonial  Williamsburg Virginia's restored colonial town many the 80 original homes and buildings are open as museums, others as shops.  Colonial Williamsburg offers 200 period rooms that display 60,000 antiques of British and Colonial American manufacture. Reenactments of Colonial life include military drills and carriage rides through the town.
Williamsburg Virginia offers museums, shops, outlet shopping, winery tours, and re-enactments of Colonial life
Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport (PHF) is a half hour's drive away and has five rental car companies operating from the airport..  
Norfolk International Airport (NIA)  is forty miles south ( seven rental car companies)
Richmond International Airport (RIC)  is 45 miles north with eight rental car companies. ..
The Jamestown Settlement, the Yorktown Battlefield,  and the Preserved Colonial Village of Williamsburg are within 20 miles of one another in the Jamestown Virginia area.
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