A Williamsburg trip means a lot of things. Fresh air. Vintage attractions. The sights, sounds, and smells of one of America’s cities. But what’s a Williamsburg visitor to do when planning out their next big vacation?
Turn to today’s Rooms 101 article on three must-see attractions in the Colonial Capital, of course.
Historic Colonial Williamsburg
It wouldn’t be putting it lightly to call Colonial Williamsburg one of the most important things you can do in Williamsburg, Virginia. This is a historic place (obviously), and the experience is as remarkable today as it ever was.
Slip into the relaxed 18th-century pacing of Colonial Virginia, where cars are nowhere to be found and the clopping of horse hooves on gravel fills the air.
Restored shops and pubs come alive with vintage energy, and live noon cannons add punctuation to this sleepy little town. Listen to authentic, inspirational speeches from George Washington or just spend some time exploring the colonial era streets for a trip you’ll never forget.
Busch Garden Williamsburg is a delightful European theme park with a host of thrilling roller coasters and awesome rides. This is a highlight of any trip to this fun-packed city. The roller bear is an epic ride, while the Griffon provides scary, intense roller coaster vibes. You can also take some of the danger out by enjoying one of several virtual reality rides available throughout the park.
For those looking for something a little less thrilling, there are various tackle rides from river cruise ships to rocking chairs. Ease down a lazy water ride and soak in the fresh Virginia air. Theme lands in Busch Gardens are also replete with entertainment shows that you can stop and watch during a short break from the rides.
Yankee Candle Village
Yankee Candle Village is only the second of its kind in Massachusetts and Williamsburg’s inaugural store. It’s also the most sweet-smelling place you’ll visit during your trip. With a huge variety of exhibition rooms featuring boutique clothing, housewares, a massive candy store, an ice cream counter and ornaments you can take home.
Featuring more than 200,000 candles and 200 scents, this is a stop on your trip that will eat hours out of your day. Get ready for a smell sensation for your next Williamsburg trip.
And speaking of your next Williamsburg trip, make sure to visit Rooms 101 today for the best timeshare deals in the Colonial Capital this easter!
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