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Things to Do in Williamsburg, VA in June 2021

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Williamsburg, VA is absolutely steeped in history and fun! Plan a family vacation to this historical area to explore everything from the Jamestown Settlement to riding the rides at Busch Gardens. No matter what you choose to do, you and your loved ones will be charmed by the city's flair and fun. 

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Top June Things To Do In Williamsburg
Jun 30, 2021
Miss Hampton II Harbor Cruise
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The next time you're in Hampton, VA, be sure to check out the Miss Hampton II Harbor Cruise with your loved ones. The tour lasts for about three hours and is one of the bset ways to see the natural scenery of the Hampton area. The activity is suitable for adults and children, and you can take lots of family photos during the tour, since regular and video cameras are permitted. Chesapeake Bay is part of the tour and is one of the best places to take pictures of the water and lighthouses. You'll also visit Hamptons Roads Harbor, a naval base in Hampton, Va. Additional sites you'll visit include Fort Wool, a decommissioned island fort in Hampton Roads. Construction for the fort started in 1812 and the area has a rich history that is especially intriguing. You'll also visit the Castmate Museum which showcases exhibits detailing the history of Fort Monroe.
Jun 30, 2021
Busch Gardens Williamsburg
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Busch Gardens Williamsburg is an amusement park that offers rides of all thrill levels and a few water rides for those who want to get out of the summer sun that June delivers. When guests arrive at the park, they will see everything from roller coasters that span dozens of feet to children's rides and rides that are suitable for the entire family. There are nine different villages that guests can explore in the park. These villages are designed to look like various countries in Europe. Food served in the park and some of the games have European themes as well. Aside from all of the rides, there are shows with animals, gift shops, restaurants, and characters who walk through the park and take pictures with guests. There are a few special features during the year, but in June, guests can enjoy the water rides and water slides including a large raft slide that takes guests spiraling to a small pool at the bottom.
Jun 30, 2021
Colonial Williamsburg
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Step back through time and find out more about the history of the United State on the Colonial Williamsburg Tour. The guided tour takes you through 300 acres of actual areas of historical influence. However, seeing the historical estates, vast plantations, and places of historical significance is only part of the tour, it is also an actual chance to experience first-hand events that took place during the founding of this country. Actual individuals reenact various parts of history and you have a chance to see some of the most historical figures of that time period. From the first President of the United States to Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin just to name a few. But know that those who play these parts are more than just actors they are historians who take their roles quite seriously to ensure the accuracy of what they are portraying to the guests. The tour is an excellent way to teach kids about the history of this country and immerse yourself in the period of time known as the 18th century.
Jun 30, 2021
Jamestown Settlement
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What better place to learn about our country, and it's early beginnings. If you are in Virginia, specifically Williamsburg. A visit to the Jamestown Settlement is a must. Everyone in the whole family will love it, and the kids learn a little about how life was, in the early days. Spend the day learning all about how the early settlers came to America and how they had to survive to make it possible to be where we are now. Hop on board replicas of the ships that brought them here. Learn to tie sailors knots, or see what the bunks looked like where they slept. Visit the James Fort which was a military fort, then venture over to the Powhatan Indian village to see how the Indians lived, in reed-covered homes. You can also watch a real blacksmith working with iron to create tools, and horseshoes for horses. After a day of learning, and watching recreations, you can head over to the Jamestown Settlement Cafe for a good meal. Have fun learning!
Jun 30, 2021
Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum Williamsburg
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The Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum is located 1735 Richmond Rd., Williamsburg, Virginia. This museum is part of the Ripley's Believe It or Not family. Here you will find hundreds of exhibits of human and non-human oddities. The attractions is full of something that the entire family can enjoy. Now they also have mini golf course, if you still have energy after touring this world famous museum. They house fun interactive active games that will keep the attention of the most rambunctious family members. They have a laser maze for all the laser enthusiasts. The play different films at different times in a 4 D movie screen and the films are in 3d. The famed 'shrunken heads' are displayed predominately. The also feature a 12 foot robot made of car parts. This is also home to the 'bearded lady'. This will be a memorable experience for ever member of the family.
Jun 30, 2021
American Revolution Museum at Yorktown
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Looking for a wonderful way to spend a beautiful June day, learn about history and enjoy yourself at the same time? Make plans to attend the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown, Virginia. Let history sweep you into the past as you learn about the birth of our great nation. Included in the New York Times Top 50 places to visit in 2019 Yorktown stands apart as a National Historic Treasure that, all Americans should visit. The Museum has many ways to experience history. There are films to watch, Paintings and documents to see, Maps, and many objects that support the American Revolution. On site is a Continental Army Encampment. Watch and see as soldiers go about their daily routines, offering the visitor a glimpse inside the life of a Revolutionary War Soldier. An 18th century farm also gives you the chance to see a farm family as they would have lived and worked the land. This living and working museum gives the visitor the chance to go back in time and experience early America.
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