Spring Fun

Spring Guide | Williamsburg, Virginia

Plan your spring trip to Williamsburg with Colonial Williamsburg Resorts advice below. Feel like royalty when you choose to stay at the iconic Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star and AAA Five Diamond Williamsburg Inn. Families will enjoy enhanced continental breakfast at the Williamsburg Woodlands Hotel & Suites. Earn Marriott Bonvoy Points on your stay at the Williamsburg Lodge. Immerse yourself with a stay in an 18th Century Colonial House. Relax in a serene retreat when you book a room at the Griffin Hotel.

Spring Packages in Williamsburg

TOP ADVENTURES IN WILLIAMSBURG

Explore Colonial Williamsburg, the world’s largest living history museum with over 300 acres, 2 world-class art museums, hundreds of blooming gardens, a nearby thrilling ride at Busch Gardens to take your breath away. Choose to dine in one of our authentic historic taverns offering one-of-a-kind culinary experiences or choose one of the restaurants within walking distance to your room. Families will enjoy everything Williamsburg has to offer this spring.

 

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CW Lights - Magical Glow Event

This new Colonial Williamsburg family-friendly experience will be offered for a LIMITED TIME: April 15-May 2, 2021

Our world-class Governor’s Palace garden will be transformed into a magical event, we will be illuminating the garden like never before. Enjoy sounds of the finest 18th-century entertainment while you and your family stroll through this enchanted garden.

 

 

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Honoring Service to America

Join us Memorial Day weekend for Commerative programming to honor all those who paid the ultimate sacrifice defending our freedom. For the weekend, all active duty, reservists, retirees, and veterans receive free admission to Colonial Williamsburg.

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Busch Gardens

Whether you’re a kid, teen or adult, you will be sure to enjoy a day at Busch Gardens. With thrilling coasters, family-friendly shows, world-class dining and unique seasonal offerings, there’s something to do for everyone.

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Golf

Enjoy a golf game at the prestigious Golden Horseshoe Golf Club, walking distance from the Williamsburg Inn, Williamsburg Lodge, Colonial Houses and Griffin Hotel.

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Historic Area Spring Events

Colonial Williamsburg’s natural beauty is on full display in spring. Gardens bloom in a kaleidoscope of color, lambs frolic in the pastures, and the colonial capital bustles with activity throughout the season.

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Dining

Dine in any of our authentic 18thcentury taverns, enjoy casual dining at  Sweet Tea and Barley at the Williamsburg Lodge or make reservations for a fine dining experience at the Williamsburg Inn.

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Yorktown American Revolution Museum

The American Revolution Museum at Yorktown offers a wide variety of experiences.

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Jamestown Settlement

Jamestown Settlement is just a short drive from Williamsburg and tells the story of the original 17th Century Settlement.

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Shopping

Explore shops and restaurants of nearby Merchants Square and Simon Premium Outlets.

Simon Premium Outlets Merchant's Square
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Go Ape

A unique and highly interactive treetop adventure, Go Ape is made up of crossings and obstacles which include rope ladders, net bridges, trapezes, Tarzan swings and zip lines.

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Virginia Living Museum

The Virginia Living Museum showcases Virginia’s natural and living resources to encourage understanding and protection of our natural world.

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Mariner's Museum

We are united as one global community through our shared maritime heritage. Everyone has a tie to the water, whether through career, culture, family, or leisure. The Mariners’ Museum and Park is here to tell your story. Discover your connection to the water for only $1.

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Hiking

Take a hike at Bassett Hall trail, or drive to York River State Park with over 10 hiking trails.