Williamsburg is a city in the U.S. state of Virginia. The city is located on Virginia Peninsula, America’s east coast.
This city is famous for its beautiful historic destinations such as the Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area and Governor's Palace.
With the beautiful green spaces and York river's side, the city is also blessed for its natural beauty. There are York River State Park, Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Crim Dell Bridge, and many more to visit.
Come to Waypoint Seafood and Grill to get an elegant dining experience. This restaurant serves cuisines from local and fresh ingredients.
A day is not enough to do Williamsburg city tour, you can book a room at The Historic Powhatan Resort or Williamsburg Lodge, Autograph Collection to get your dream stay.
To complete your city tour, don't forget to buy souvenirs to bring home from Williamsburg Premium Outlets.
Spend your morning or afternoon walking around York River State Park. It is a marshy estuarine park with York River on the side and trees planted around. You can ride on the kayak and tour around the river. But it's okay if you just want to sit down on the bench enjoying the nature view of the river. If you like to bike, you can rent a bike then have a biking tour around the park.
The downtown Williamsburg is a historic area filled with stories in every corner of the town. The downtown has a typical architectural style of the neighborhood. You will feel the local vibe in the city center. One of the must-visit destinations in downtown is Merchants Square. This shopping area has an old town atmosphere of 18th-century style with over 40 shops and restaurants. It is located at 134 North Henry Street, Williamsburg, VA.
No trip is completed without buying iconic souvenirs from the destination. Williamsburg Premium Outlets offers you a variety of souvenirs from Williamsburg like T-shirts, hats, dolls, and other accessories. There is also an ice cream outlet behind the store. This shopping complex was built in 1988 providing 135 stores to fulfill your needs while vacationing in Williamsburg.
In Williamsburg, the common foods in the city are American cuisines influenced by authentic Virginia taste. You will also find many good seafood cuisines that are cooked freshly from the local products. The freshly cooked dish is called as bay-to-table foods because it's caught directly from the bay. And for the drinks, Williamsburg is best known for its winery. We recommend you to have a bottle of wine to bring home.
Most people in Williamsburg use English to communicate. This city is not only interesting for its historical area but the city's cultural side is also too good to miss. The art and artisans of the city offer you a world-class galleries, museums, and music events. The music events in the city are usually held in Merchants Square in summers. In springs, the Virginia Arts Festival is also held in Williamsburg. To explore the fine art sides of the city, you can explore the Muscarelle Museum of Art located at William and Mary Public University.
Williamsburg has warm summers and cold winters. If you want to enjoy an outdoor trip with the most beautiful sky in the city, it's good to visit the city in falls and springs.
Williamsburg has numerous good places to stay for your trip to the city. The Historic Powhatan Resort offers you a comfortable stay at affordable prices. Every room in the hotel is decorated in simplicity. Each room is equipped with microwaves, minifridges, and speedy Wi-Fi. But if you are looking for a luxury stay at a reasonable price, Williamsburg Lodge, Autograph Collection is one of the top recommendations for you. This hotel is a country-style hotel located close to the famous Governor's Palace. They provide rooms with rustic-chic style with red accents. There are 2 restaurants, a gym, and a beautiful garden with a fountain. Good news for pet owners, your pets are allowed to enter this hotel.
Williamsburg is famous for its bay-to-table restaurants. Waypoint Seafood and Grill restaurant offers you an elegant dining experience in the city. This seafood restaurant serves cuisines from local materials. Not only seafood, but they also serve some meat dishes and diverse wines. With the modern surrounding, they will make sure you will have unforgettable dining of nice food served in a comfortable atmosphere. Another bay-to-table restaurant you can stop by in the city is Fat Tuna Grill & Oyster House. This restaurant serves seafood with Southern-inspired menus. With contemporary design combined with local vibes, the oysters' menu is the top recommendation you should try in the restaurant. Order a glass of craft beer to accompany for food.
The Coffeehouse offers a comfortable homey atmosphere to relax and chill out in the city center. This cute little shop is located in a shopping mall namely Williamsburg Crossing. With many choices of coffees and beverages, they also serve quite bites breakfasts like wrapped sandwiches. Another good cafe to stop by in the city is Aromas Coffeehouse Bakeshop & Cafe. It is a popular spot for breakfast. This cafe is known to serve a tasty-yet-healthy breakfast for your morning. But, don't worry if you visit this cafe in the evening, they will also serve a dinner menu for you. They have indoor and outdoor seating.
The Williamsburg Winery is the largest winery in Virginia. You can have a wine tasting in the winery. But, you need to make a reservation if you want to have a wine tour. This winery offers an outdoor patio and indoor venue to enjoy wine drinking. There is a little wine shop next to the bar. You can buy some bottles of wine to bring back home. But, if want to have a different night experience in the city with the city's local artists, the Kimball Theatre offers you a mix of entertainment shows. Built-in 1933, this historic theater has a variety of live performances like jazz music events, local students' performances.
Have a museum tour to learn the great history of Williamsburg City. Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area is one of the top attractions in the city to learn about the city's history. Explore the 18th Century atmosphere and collections in the 301-acre living history museum with more than 40 landmarks. After exploring the city history, it's time to have fun in Busch Gardens Williamsburg. It is an amazing Europe-themed park with thrilling-yet-exciting rides. List down your things to do in the park. The coasters are what you cannot miss while visiting the park.
Picture the iconic buildings of Williamsburg. The Williamsburg Governor's Palace is one of the most iconic buildings that will complete your tour in Williamsburg. The palace has a 3,4000 square wide with amazing details of dark wood paneling, carriage house, well-decorated surroundings, and interesting maze gardens. Another scenic spot to capture in Williamsburg is Crim Dell Bridge. It is a wooden bridge over a pond located in the College of William & Mary’s campus in Williamsburg. There are some myths believed to happen on the bridge. One of them is that when lovers kiss in the bridge, they can last forever.
The Williamsburg Governor's Palace is one of the most iconic buildings that will complete your tour in Williamsburg.
The palace has a 3,4000 square wide with amazing details of dark wood panneling, carriage house, well-decorated surroundings, and interesting maze gardens.
Address : 300 Palace Green St, Williamsburg, VA 23185, United States