Things To Do In Williamsburg In April

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Things To Do In Williamsburg In April, including Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Miss Hampton II Harbor Cruise, Virginia Musical Museum.
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Top April Things To Do In Williamsburg
Apr 1, 2020 to Apr 26, 2020
Busch Gardens Williamsburg
The Busch Gardens Williamsburg can be found in Williamsburg and has exciting European themes, incredible wildlife shows, and thrilling roller coasters. A lot of the guests that go to the Busch Gardens end up spends around one to two days in order to take in everything that the park has to offer. This place can be enjoyed by people of all ages, even the handicapped. Guests are allowed to have and use their cameras while they are there, and there are a restaurant and gift shop on-site for people to partake in. The place has been sectioned off into different areas that each have their very own theme with different attractions. There are roller coasters, adventure rides, water rides, kidsiderate rides, and leisure rides that can be enjoyed while here. There are also different shows that can be taken in during a visit to the Busch Gardens, such as animal shows and music performances.
Colonial Williamsburg
Go back in time to the 18th century with your family this April with an incredible interactive attraction Colonial Williamsburg over 300 acres wide in Williamsburg, VA. This April you and the family can spend a whole day exploring the Great Hope Plantation, historic homes, art museums, and political sites. This immersive trip will allow you and the family to hear the stories of people from the 18th century and ask them any questions you may have about their lives, you can speak to the pioneers of our great country like Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, and Patrick Henry. You can purchase day passes, 3-day passes or 7-day passes to spend whole days this April at an amazing attraction where you can learn about 18th-century trades from shoemakers, tailors, carpenters, silversmiths, blacksmiths and more. Your kids can dress up in Colonial costumes, as you view the historic architecture of America with places like the Governor's Palace, Raleigh Tavern, R. Charlton's Coffeehouse, Rockefeller's Bassett Hall, Everard House, James Geddy House and more.
Jamestown Settlement
Jamestown is always an ideal resort to travel during the month of April. We offer you the best experience you can get before summer vacation in this secret land of wonder fortresses full of exciting opportunities for you to explore. You will love our 17th century style town-hall, church, restaurant, colonial ships, blacksmith, garden and realize the former glory of the old American way of life under the once might British Empire. You get to wander around the Powhatan village for hours, wondering how it feels like to be a Native American tribesman with your life threatened by newly arrived colonialists from Europe. You can also experience the hardship which our colonial forefathers once felt when they were on those ships. You can also experience the magical aura of the once booming African slave trade were tens and thousands of African slaves were shipped like mail-ordered brides onto the land of Virginia.
Apr 19, 2020 to Apr 30, 2020
Miss Hampton II Harbor Cruise
This cruise lasts for about three hours and is suitable for people of all ages. You can bring both cameras and video cameras on the tour to make sure you capture all the beautiful sights the cruise has to offer. The tour is completely narrated and gives you interesting information about the history of Chesapeake Bay. You'll also learn about the naval base in Norfolk, VA and you'll travel through Williamsburg to take in the natural beauty of the area. The tour also features the Castmate Museum, which is a facility offering fascinating information about Fort Monroe and the Williamsburg area. You'll also see the site of the battles of the Ironclad, Monitor and Merrimac, which was one of the most important naval battles of the American Civil War. This tour is an interesting history lesson for kids and can be a fun history refresher course for parents and grandparents.
Water Country USA
Apr 1, 2020 to Apr 30, 2020
Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum Williamsburg
If you and your family plan on enjoying a nice vacation in the month of April then consider looking into getting a full on vacation package for you and your family. If you and your family plan on heading down to Williamsburg, Virginia area then consider looking into getting the Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum Williamsburg vacation package. The visitors usually spend about 2 to 3 hours enjoying the museum and all the attractions. This museum is quite popular with many locals and also tourists. There are about 350 exhibits that are easily accessible and on display for all to see. There has also been an added addition to the museum that has been growing very popular which is the 500 pound gorilla that is made from nails from bottom to top. There is also an amazing 8 foot tall transformer that you can also check out and be entertained with. Attending this museum will allow you to get the full on experience of each exhibit and truly allow you and your family to get the best of out of your visit.
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