Things to Do in Williamsburg, VA in January 2023

Start the year off right in 2023 by visiting Williamsburg, VA! You're sure to have a great time with all of the unique and historic attractions and activities. A trip to this historic landmark is sure to be a blast, whether you take a tour of a colonial settlement or visit Busch Gardens. To enjoy the whole historic experience, make a point of visiting the major attractions and buying a vacation package.

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Jan 1, 2023 to Jan 31, 2023
Jamestown Settlement
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When patrons visit Jamestown Settlement in Williamsburg, Virginia with the re-creations, films and exhibits they get the chance to explore the land that the colony was made on. Patrons will begin by viewing the movie 1607; A Nation Takes Root. The movie will teach them about the evolution of the Virginia Company, from the colonists relationship with the native Powhatan Indians to 1619 and the arrival of the first Africans. After the movie, patrons can enjoy the fresh air outside as they explore the re-models of the three ships the colonists sailed to Virginia on. The three ships the Discovery, the Godspeed and the Susan Constant are housed at Jamestown Settlement's Pier where all three re-creations can be explored. Outside guests can also see and explore a fort that's a replica of a military base. There are historical interpreters repairing and forging metal objects in a blacksmith forge that guests can watch, they can even dress up in the armor to enjoy games of the 17th century. Guests can finish their visit at the Jamestown Settlement Cafe where they can enjoy a meal.
Jan 1, 2023 to Jan 31, 2023
Colonial Williamsburg
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Visiting Colonial Williamsburg in January is a perfect event for you and your family because it's right after the holidays. Children can learn artifacts from the 18th century which there's was no phone or electricity. So they couldn't imagine how that would be now. Come and tour over 300 acres of land and learn about the Rockefellers Basset Hall, Bruton Parish Church, The Capitol, The Court House, The Everard House, The Governer's Palace Kitchen, Public Hospital, and so much more. Explore the locations at your own pace and take sefies with for your friends back home, and you can also take advantage of more fun like carriage rides, restaurants, concerts, golf, spas, and much more. All ages are welcome with accessible areas for handicapped persons, so if your schedule is open in January come and have tons of fun in Colonial Williamsburg and step into the 1800s learning what took place.

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