Williamsburg GuideWilliamsburg is a city in southeast Virginia. Settled in 1632, it was the capital of Virginia from 1699 to 1779 and in 1926, John D. Rockefeller Jr commissioned a restoration project to bring Williamsburg back to its former colonial glory. HotelsFind hotels in Williamsburg, including Inn At 802, Legacy of Williamsburg Bed and Breakfast, Cedars of Williamsburg Bed and Breakfast, Colonial Gardens Bed and Breakfast, A Williamsburg White House Bed and Breakfast, Fife and Drum Inn and Williamsburg Sampler B and B. Places and AttractionsExplore popular places and attractions around Williamsburg including College of William and Mary, Colonial Williamsburg Regional Visitor Center, Walsingham Academy, Matthew Whaley Elementary School, DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum, Bruton High School and William & Mary Law School. RestaurantsDiscover restaurants around Williamsburg including Bonefish Grill, Food For Thought Restaurant, Ruby Tuesday, Second Street an American Bistro, Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Blue Talon Bistro and Captain George's Seafood Restaurant - Williamsburg.
Popular in WilliamsburgColonial WilliamsburgColonial Williamsburg is a historic district in Williamsburg, Virginia. From 1699 to 1780, Williamsburg was the capital of England’s oldest, richest and most populous mainland North American colony and the seat of power in the new nation’s most influential state. Busch Gardens WilliamsburgBusch Gardens Europe is a theme park in Williamsburg, Virginia. Busch Gardens opened in 1975, near the colonial capital of Williamsburg, Virginia.
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