Williamsburg

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Colonial Williamsburg
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Virginia's 18C colonial capital has been painstakingly recreated on this site — Michelin Guide
Busch Gardens Williamsburg
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Voted the world's most beautiful theme park for 26 consecutive years and counting, Busch Gardens features more than 50 rides and attractions, including some of the world's best roller coasters — Fodor's
Governor's Palace
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— Michelin Guide
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showcases American "decorative usefulware"—toys, furniture, weather vanes, coffeepots, and quilts—within typical 19th-century domestic interiors. — Fodor's
DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum
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This gallery, renowned for its collection of English and American pieces covering the period from 1600 through 1830, was named for its premier benefactor. — Michelin Guide
Water Country USA
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Virginia's largest water-oriented amusement park features exciting water slides, rides, and entertainment set to a 1950s and 1960s surf theme — Frommer's
George Wythe House
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The starkly Georgian original brick home of Virginia's most respected jurist... was considered one of the finest structures in Colonial Williamsbrg. — Michelin Guide
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This small but elegant cruciform brick building has been holding services continuously since 1715. In the colonial era, white men were required by law to attend once a month. — Michelin Guide
The College of William and Mary
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Chartered in 1693, the College of William & Mary is the second-oldest college in the country and retains the oldest academic building in continued use in the USA, the Sir Christopher Wren Building — Lonely Planet
Spa of Colonial Williamsburg
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On the outskirts of the historic area is Robertson's Windmill, a Colonial mill for grinding grains. It's currently closed to the public for repairs. — Fodor's
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