Theaters in Williamsburg, Virginia

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Enjoy the theaters of Williamsburg, Virgina, some offering a look into the colonial life that was Williamsburg, others offering everything from symphony performances to rodeos. For a day of fun activities and shows in Williamsburg, VA visit one of the many Williamsburg theaters that perks your interest.


The American Theatre
Built in 1908, The American Theatre features live performances and concerts from all over the world as well as national stage company theater presentations. For a variety of theater extravaganza in the historical structure of The American Theatre, visit the theater in Williamsburg, VA that has entertained audiences for over a century, The American Theatre.


Ferguson Center for the Arts
Presenting the finest artists in the world, the acoustically-superb venue has showcased a variety of world-class entertainment, attracting local patrons as well as patrons from across the globe. Events include national headliners, plays, dance, local and national symphony performances, and more.


Hampton Coliseum
Featuring a variety of events including national headliner concerts, the Hampton Jazz Festival, rodeo, trade shows, and circus performances, Hampton Coliseum has everything from big shows to smaller events.


Kimball Theatre
Located in Merchants Square, the Kimball Theatre features current films and live performances. In the past, performances have included historical plays as well as performances by the Williamsburg Symphonia and the Williamsburg Women's Chorus. In the setting of a fully renovated barn, enjoy everything from musicals and plays to concerts and folk operas at Yoder Barn Theatre.


Lodging options in Williamsburg, VA include colonial Ramada Inn 1776, Comfort Inn Historic Area, and the European-style Hilton Garden Inn Williamsburg. Also, during your stay in Williamsburg, VA, be sure to visit Busch Gardens Williamsburg and the historical Jamestown settlement. No matter what you choose on your agenda, it will be an unforgettable time when you plan your getaway to Williamsburg, Virginia.

Jamestown Settlement
This was quite an enjoyable addition to our trip. Fantastic museum and center (very modern bdlg-begin there) and visit atrip into our heritage. An indian village, a large military fort, sailing ships from the past and colonists, soldiers and indians to act the part. The original sites have a glass blowing exhibition (quite unique), outline of a church's ruins and the shore line (more adult type info.)
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Jamestown Settlement
One of the best displays that to date i have ever seen! Vistors are invited to come aboard each of these three ships, and visit all of the areas of these ships. You will get an almost exact idea of how it was to actually be on these ships, what the passengers wore(costumed shippers are there)what the beds looked like(and even get to lay on one or two), where they ate at, what they did for entertainment, and what kind of travelling gear that was 'shipgear' in 1607. It is almost like you are there. Definitely worth a visit!
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-- Brenda - Boone, IA
Busch Gardens Williamsburg
Great place to take the family! There are experinces for all age levels. The middle of the week is much less crowded than the weekends which make lines much shorter and navigation around the park much quicker. The various shows and number of roller coasters makes this another attraction that we will return to in the near future.
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-- Jack Eugene Jewart - Apollo, PA
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