Colonial Williamsburg is one such place. Williamsburg was founded in 1692 along the Virginia Peninsula. It was the capital of the Virginia Colony from 1699 - 1780. Today Colonial Williamsburg is contained in the city limits of Williamsburg, Virginia. Located between Interstate 64 and the James River just south of Interstate 64 exit 238. Just east of Colonial Williamsburg is Bush Gardens and to the south Historic Jamestowne.
HERE to visit the Colonial Williamsburg website to purchase tickets online.
The City of Williamsburg has many hotels in the area. If one wants to stay really close to all the exhibits, there are three hotels located in Colonial Williamsburg, Woodlands Hotel & Suites, Williamsburg Lodge and the Williamsburg Inn. Each is in walking distance of the three main streets of Colonial Williamsburg. See map of the are above.
So the next time you are visiting Virginia do not leave out a trip to America's Historical Triangle and Colonial Williamsburg. Click HERE for a video of photos and video clips taken at Colonial Williamsburg. Until next time, be safe in the sun and have a great day in the great doors.