Group Tours to Williamsburg Virginia

Williamsburg Attractions

Dinner theater, museums, theme parks, plantations and so much more! America's Historic Triangle boasts an extraordinary array of fun and entertainment for all ages, personalities and budgets!


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Dinner theater, art museums, theme parks and so much more!  America's Historic Triangle boasts an extraordinary array of fun and entertainment for all ages, personalities and budgets!


Berkeley Plantation
888-466-6018

Open year-round.  Length of Tour: 1 - 1 1/2 hours.  Group meals available.
Berkeley Plantation is considered the most historic plantation in Virginia - where the first official Thanksgiving was observed in 1619. 

Busch Gardens Williamsburg

800-343-7946 or email
Open late March until late October. Length of Tour: 6 - 8 hours.  Group meals available.

Williamsburg's very own theme park featuring five thrilling roller coasts, award-winning cuisine, first-class entertainment and so much more!

Colonial Williamsburg

800-293-5627
Open year-round.  Length of Tour: 4 - 8 hours.  Group meals available.

Living museum encompassing 301 acres which include original and reconstructed colonial homes, gardens, the Governor's Palace, trade shops and more.

Go-Karts Plus

757-564-6433 or email
Open spring, summer and fall.  Length of Tour: 2 - 6 hours

Family fun park which features stockcars, miniature golf, an arcade and more.

Historic Jamestowne
757-856-1200

Open year-round.  Length of Tour: 3 hours.
The actual site where English settlers landed in America in 1607!  Operated by the National Park Service.

Jamestown Settlement
888-868-7593 or email

Open year-round.  Length or Tour: 1 1/2 - 2 1/2 hours.  Group meals available.
Extensive outdoor living-history areas which include the three ships that carried settlers to American, a Powhatan Indian village and James Fort. 

Mystery Dinner Playhouse
888-471-4802

Open year-round.  Length of Show: 2 1/2 hours.
Solve a comedy murder mystery while enjoying a delicious four-course dinner!

Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf
757-259-4600

Open year-round.  Length of Program: 1 - 1 1/2 hours. 
In the midst of cascading waterfalls and shipwrecks, try your hand at a hole-in-one!

Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum & 4-D Theater
757-220-9220 or email

Open year-round.  Length of Tour: 1 - 1/2 hours.
This museums boasts an incredible collection of off-the-wall exhibits, including a shrunken head and two-headed calf!

The Schooner Alliance
757-639-1233 or email

Open mid-April through October.  Length of Tour: 2 hours.
Glide through historical waters aboard this magnificent Tall Ship.  

Sherwood Forest Plantation
804-829-5377

Call for hours of operation.  Length of Tour: 1 - 1 1/2 hours for guided house tour and self-guided grounds tours.  1/2 - 45 minutes for the ground tour alone.
Home to President John Tyler!  His family still resides there today!  

Shirley Plantation
800-232-1613 or email
Hours of operation are 9:30 am to 4:30 pm.  Shirley Plantation is the most authentic and intact Colonial plantation in the country -- and is considered Virginia's first plantation (1613), America's oldest family-owned business and one of the first economic engines of the New World!

The Virginia Living Museum
877-8684 or email

Open year-round.  Length of Tour: 3 hours.
Come face to face with the region's furry, feathery and slimy residents at this museum located in Newport News.

Water Country USA
800-343-7946 or email

Open select weekends in May & September.  Open Daily from mid-May - August.  Length of Tour: 6 - 8 hours.  Group meals available.
In the midst of the 50s and 60s surf theme, enjoy slipping and sliding at the largest waterplay park in the mid-Atlantic! 

Yorktown Battlefield & Visitor Center
757-898-2410

Open year-round.  Length of Tour: 3 hours.
Come see where this country's independence was won!

Yorktown Victory Center
888-593-4682 or email

Open year-round.  Length of Tour: 1 1/2 - 2 1/2 hours.
Through exhibits and an outdoor living, learn about this nations beginnings, focusing on ordinary people and military.

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