Virginia Beach Attractions
No Virginia Beach vacation package is complete without spending a day or two in the Williamsburg, VA area. With great attractions like Busch Gardens, Water Country USA and Colonial Williamsburg, you'll want to set aside several days to explore the area.
Take a step back in time to the eve of the American Revolution. With historic attractions like the Governor's Palace, the Capitol, the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum and the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum; Colonial Williamsburg is the nation's largest living history museum.
Extending to 300 acres and including over 500 buildings, experience life as it was over 200 years ago. Genuine craftsmen practice more than 30 historic trades in homes, stores, barns and taverns restored to their 18th-century appearance.
Historic Williamsburg also features Revolutionary City, a large-scale streetscape production, from mid-march to the holidays. It's a live action dramatic performance that takes place on the streets of Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area and gives a first-hand account of the architects who formed a new nation. You'll take part in a rich experience where the street activities and interactions with the performers are part of the outdoor theatrical presentation.
Busch Gardens Williamsburg
Take a trip back to the 17th century and explore Busch Gardens; the olde country. With more than 50 rides and attractions, this is one stop you don't want to miss when visiting the area.
Water Country USA
Take a walk on the wild side and cool off during your vacation. Visit Water Country USA . It's only 45 minutes from the boardwalk in VB and with over 30 waterpark rides and attractions, it's the largest water park in the state!