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April 2016 Williamsburg Events

  • Saturday, April 2 - Sunday, April 3
    Daffodil Festival in Gloucester near Williamsburg, VA
    If spring is in the air, so are the bright colors of the Daffodil Festival in Gloucester, Virginia.


  • Friday, April 1 - Saturday, April 30
    Jamestown Settlement
    Jamestown Settlement Nothing makes history more exciting like the Jamestown Settlement, where you can explore replicas of the ships that brought the settlers to Virginia, wander through an interactive 1600's fort, and even enter the world of Pocahontas and play corncob darts


  • Friday, April 1 - Saturday, April 30
    Yorktown Victory Center - Yorktown, VA
    Take a step into American history and visit the Yorktown Victory Center; a museum that highlights the American Revolution and through the use of thematic exhibits, outdoor living history, time-line, and film enlightens us with the America's path to independence.


  • Friday, April 1 - Saturday, April 30
    Busch Gardens Williamsburg
    Rides of all types for the family are waiting at Busch Gardens in Williamsburg as the ride is comprised of different villages, each with its own type of ride and restaurants.


  • Friday, April 1 - Saturday, April 30
    Virginia Living Museum
    Come explore Virginia Living Museum--the first interactive wilflife park, science museum, planetarium, botanical gardens, and aquarium with more than 250 living exhibits and fun interactive exhibits, such as a cool mountain cove and a steamy swamp.


  • Friday, April 15 - Saturday, April 30
    Miss Hampton II Harbor Cruise
    Miss Hampton II Harbor Cruise When touring Virginia's Oceanfront, Miss Hampton II Harbor Cruise is the best way to see it all, from Old Point Comfort Lighthouse and Jacques Cousteau center to Capt John Smith & First Settlers of Jamestown and the Norfolk Naval Base.


  • Friday, April 1 - Saturday, April 30
    Colonial Williamsburg
    Experience history come alive at Colonial Willamsburg an 18th century colonial village where you will walk through historic homes and buildings, visit well designed 18th century gardens, dine at historic taverns, see craftsmen at work, and at night listen to ghostly tales and watch musical performances and theater productions.


  • Friday, April 1 - Saturday, April 30
    Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum Williamsburg
    With over 350 different exhibits, appropriate for all ages, the museum provides two to three hours of a variety of educational and shocking fascinating things to see from different and forgotten cultures, including spooky graveyards, natural disasters, and hands-on illusions.


May 2016 Williamsburg Events

  • Monday, May 30
    Memorial Day in Williamsburg, VA
    Memorial Day is a time to remember and honor those who have fought, and even lost their lives for our country.


  • Sunday, May 1 - Tuesday, May 31
    Jamestown Settlement
    Jamestown Settlement Nothing makes history more exciting like the Jamestown Settlement, where you can explore replicas of the ships that brought the settlers to Virginia, wander through an interactive 1600's fort, and even enter the world of Pocahontas and play corncob darts


  • Sunday, May 1 - Tuesday, May 31
    Yorktown Victory Center - Yorktown, VA
    Take a step into American history and visit the Yorktown Victory Center; a museum that highlights the American Revolution and through the use of thematic exhibits, outdoor living history, time-line, and film enlightens us with the America's path to independence.


  • Sunday, May 1 - Tuesday, May 31
    Busch Gardens Williamsburg
    Rides of all types for the family are waiting at Busch Gardens in Williamsburg as the ride is comprised of different villages, each with its own type of ride and restaurants.


  • Sunday, May 1 - Tuesday, May 31
    Virginia Living Museum
    Come explore Virginia Living Museum--the first interactive wilflife park, science museum, planetarium, botanical gardens, and aquarium with more than 250 living exhibits and fun interactive exhibits, such as a cool mountain cove and a steamy swamp.


  • Sunday, May 1 - Tuesday, May 31
    Miss Hampton II Harbor Cruise
    Miss Hampton II Harbor Cruise When touring Virginia's Oceanfront, Miss Hampton II Harbor Cruise is the best way to see it all, from Old Point Comfort Lighthouse and Jacques Cousteau center to Capt John Smith & First Settlers of Jamestown and the Norfolk Naval Base.


  • Sunday, May 1 - Tuesday, May 31
    Colonial Williamsburg
    Experience history come alive at Colonial Willamsburg an 18th century colonial village where you will walk through historic homes and buildings, visit well designed 18th century gardens, dine at historic taverns, see craftsmen at work, and at night listen to ghostly tales and watch musical performances and theater productions.


  • Sunday, May 1 - Tuesday, May 31
    Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum Williamsburg
    With over 350 different exhibits, appropriate for all ages, the museum provides two to three hours of a variety of educational and shocking fascinating things to see from different and forgotten cultures, including spooky graveyards, natural disasters, and hands-on illusions.


July 2016 Williamsburg Events

  • Monday, July 4
    4th of July in Williamsburg, VA
    Commemorate America's birthday in the place she was born, in Colonial Williamsburg.


  • Monday, July 4
    Independence Day at Colonial Williamsburg in Williamsburg, VA
    Few places throughout the nation offer a more patriotic, authentic view of our nation's past than Colonial Williamsburg, making it the perfect destination for a Fourth of July vacation.


  • Monday, July 4
    Independence Day Fireworks at Busch Gardens
    Every year, Busch Gardens theme parks have an amazing fireworks display.


  • Friday, July 1 - Sunday, July 31
    Jamestown Settlement
    Jamestown Settlement Nothing makes history more exciting like the Jamestown Settlement, where you can explore replicas of the ships that brought the settlers to Virginia, wander through an interactive 1600's fort, and even enter the world of Pocahontas and play corncob darts


  • Friday, July 1 - Sunday, July 31
    Yorktown Victory Center - Yorktown, VA
    Take a step into American history and visit the Yorktown Victory Center; a museum that highlights the American Revolution and through the use of thematic exhibits, outdoor living history, time-line, and film enlightens us with the America's path to independence.


  • Friday, July 1 - Sunday, July 31
    Busch Gardens Williamsburg
    Rides of all types for the family are waiting at Busch Gardens in Williamsburg as the ride is comprised of different villages, each with its own type of ride and restaurants.


  • Friday, July 1 - Sunday, July 31
    Water Country USA
    Water Country USA welcomes you to enjoy the Mid-Atlantic's largest waterpark, designed with a 1950's and 1960's surfer theme, and cool off in such rides as Wild Thang, Colossal Curl, and Jet Scream.


  • Friday, July 1 - Sunday, July 31
    Virginia Living Museum
    Come explore Virginia Living Museum--the first interactive wilflife park, science museum, planetarium, botanical gardens, and aquarium with more than 250 living exhibits and fun interactive exhibits, such as a cool mountain cove and a steamy swamp.


  • Friday, July 1 - Sunday, July 31
    Miss Hampton II Harbor Cruise
    Miss Hampton II Harbor Cruise When touring Virginia's Oceanfront, Miss Hampton II Harbor Cruise is the best way to see it all, from Old Point Comfort Lighthouse and Jacques Cousteau center to Capt John Smith & First Settlers of Jamestown and the Norfolk Naval Base.


  • Friday, July 1 - Sunday, July 31
    Colonial Williamsburg
    Experience history come alive at Colonial Willamsburg an 18th century colonial village where you will walk through historic homes and buildings, visit well designed 18th century gardens, dine at historic taverns, see craftsmen at work, and at night listen to ghostly tales and watch musical performances and theater productions.


  • Friday, July 1 - Sunday, July 31
    Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum Williamsburg
    With over 350 different exhibits, appropriate for all ages, the museum provides two to three hours of a variety of educational and shocking fascinating things to see from different and forgotten cultures, including spooky graveyards, natural disasters, and hands-on illusions.


September 2016 Williamsburg Events

  • Monday, September 5
    Labor Day in Williamsburg, VA
    Looking for something fun to do this Labor Day instead of just sitting around at home twiddling your thumbs?


  • Thursday, September 1 - Friday, September 30
    Jamestown Settlement
    Jamestown Settlement Nothing makes history more exciting like the Jamestown Settlement, where you can explore replicas of the ships that brought the settlers to Virginia, wander through an interactive 1600's fort, and even enter the world of Pocahontas and play corncob darts


  • Thursday, September 1 - Friday, September 30
    Yorktown Victory Center - Yorktown, VA
    Take a step into American history and visit the Yorktown Victory Center; a museum that highlights the American Revolution and through the use of thematic exhibits, outdoor living history, time-line, and film enlightens us with the America's path to independence.


  • Thursday, September 1 - Friday, September 30
    Busch Gardens Williamsburg
    Rides of all types for the family are waiting at Busch Gardens in Williamsburg as the ride is comprised of different villages, each with its own type of ride and restaurants.


  • Friday, September 2 - Monday, September 5
    Water Country USA
    Water Country USA welcomes you to enjoy the Mid-Atlantic's largest waterpark, designed with a 1950's and 1960's surfer theme, and cool off in such rides as Wild Thang, Colossal Curl, and Jet Scream.


  • Thursday, September 1 - Friday, September 30
    Virginia Living Museum
    Come explore Virginia Living Museum--the first interactive wilflife park, science museum, planetarium, botanical gardens, and aquarium with more than 250 living exhibits and fun interactive exhibits, such as a cool mountain cove and a steamy swamp.


  • Thursday, September 1 - Friday, September 30
    Miss Hampton II Harbor Cruise
    Miss Hampton II Harbor Cruise When touring Virginia's Oceanfront, Miss Hampton II Harbor Cruise is the best way to see it all, from Old Point Comfort Lighthouse and Jacques Cousteau center to Capt John Smith & First Settlers of Jamestown and the Norfolk Naval Base.


  • Thursday, September 1 - Friday, September 30
    Colonial Williamsburg
    Experience history come alive at Colonial Willamsburg an 18th century colonial village where you will walk through historic homes and buildings, visit well designed 18th century gardens, dine at historic taverns, see craftsmen at work, and at night listen to ghostly tales and watch musical performances and theater productions.


  • Thursday, September 1 - Friday, September 30
    Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum Williamsburg
    With over 350 different exhibits, appropriate for all ages, the museum provides two to three hours of a variety of educational and shocking fascinating things to see from different and forgotten cultures, including spooky graveyards, natural disasters, and hands-on illusions.


November 2016 Williamsburg Events

  • Friday, November 11
    Veteran's Day Williamsburg, VA
    Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia's dedication to preserving the history of colonial American independence makes it a perfect location to spend the Veterans' Day holiday.


  • Thursday, November 24
    Thanksgiving in Williamsburg, VA
    Make many lasting holiday memories by going to Williamsburg, VA for the Thanksgiving Holiday this season.


  • Tuesday, November 1 - Wednesday, November 30
    Jamestown Settlement
    Jamestown Settlement Nothing makes history more exciting like the Jamestown Settlement, where you can explore replicas of the ships that brought the settlers to Virginia, wander through an interactive 1600's fort, and even enter the world of Pocahontas and play corncob darts


  • Tuesday, November 1 - Wednesday, November 30
    Yorktown Victory Center - Yorktown, VA
    Take a step into American history and visit the Yorktown Victory Center; a museum that highlights the American Revolution and through the use of thematic exhibits, outdoor living history, time-line, and film enlightens us with the America's path to independence.


  • Tuesday, November 1 - Wednesday, November 30
    Virginia Living Museum
    Come explore Virginia Living Museum--the first interactive wilflife park, science museum, planetarium, botanical gardens, and aquarium with more than 250 living exhibits and fun interactive exhibits, such as a cool mountain cove and a steamy swamp.


  • Tuesday, November 1 - Wednesday, November 30
    Colonial Williamsburg
    Experience history come alive at Colonial Willamsburg an 18th century colonial village where you will walk through historic homes and buildings, visit well designed 18th century gardens, dine at historic taverns, see craftsmen at work, and at night listen to ghostly tales and watch musical performances and theater productions.


  • Tuesday, November 1 - Wednesday, November 30
    Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum Williamsburg
    With over 350 different exhibits, appropriate for all ages, the museum provides two to three hours of a variety of educational and shocking fascinating things to see from different and forgotten cultures, including spooky graveyards, natural disasters, and hands-on illusions.


December 2016 Williamsburg Events

  • Thursday, December 1 - Saturday, December 31
    Foods & Feasts of Colonial Virginia in Williamsburg, VA
    Kick off your Thanksgiving getaway in Williamsburg with a celebration of the Food & Feasts of Colonial Virginia at the Jamestown Settlement & Yorktown Victory Center, part of Colonial National Historical Park.


  • Sunday, December 25
    Christmas in Williamsburg, VA
    The Christmas season is a magical time to visit Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia - the always-lively historic town comes even more to life as exhibits and re-enactors demonstrate how the holidays were celebrated during America's colonial period in the late 1700s.


  • Thursday, December 1 - Saturday, December 31
    Jamestown Settlement
    Jamestown Settlement Nothing makes history more exciting like the Jamestown Settlement, where you can explore replicas of the ships that brought the settlers to Virginia, wander through an interactive 1600's fort, and even enter the world of Pocahontas and play corncob darts


  • Thursday, December 1 - Saturday, December 31
    Yorktown Victory Center - Yorktown, VA
    Take a step into American history and visit the Yorktown Victory Center; a museum that highlights the American Revolution and through the use of thematic exhibits, outdoor living history, time-line, and film enlightens us with the America's path to independence.


  • Thursday, December 1 - Saturday, December 31
    Virginia Living Museum
    Come explore Virginia Living Museum--the first interactive wilflife park, science museum, planetarium, botanical gardens, and aquarium with more than 250 living exhibits and fun interactive exhibits, such as a cool mountain cove and a steamy swamp.


  • Thursday, December 1 - Saturday, December 31
    Colonial Williamsburg
    Experience history come alive at Colonial Willamsburg an 18th century colonial village where you will walk through historic homes and buildings, visit well designed 18th century gardens, dine at historic taverns, see craftsmen at work, and at night listen to ghostly tales and watch musical performances and theater productions.


  • Thursday, December 1 - Saturday, December 31
    Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum Williamsburg
    With over 350 different exhibits, appropriate for all ages, the museum provides two to three hours of a variety of educational and shocking fascinating things to see from different and forgotten cultures, including spooky graveyards, natural disasters, and hands-on illusions.


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