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The Most Interesting Historical Places in Williamsburg

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Historical Places in Williamsburg

Governor's Palace , Williamsburg
See where royal governors and the state's first two elected governors, including Thomas Jefferson, once lived. Governor's Palace gives insigh
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Historic Jamestowne , Williamsburg
Situated on the banks of the James River, Historic Jamestowne represents the site of the first English colony in North America. You can wande
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Jamestown Settlement , Williamsburg
Jamestown Settlement offers a living recreation of the first successful English colony in North America. Located near the actual archaeologic
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Couples and families enjoy a unique opportunity to sail their own 32-foot sloop with all the modern conveniences. Or sit back and relax in the cockpit or up on the bow of the boat for greater privacy. Great idea for engagement, birthday, anniversary or surprise gift.
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Colonial Williamsburg , Williamsburg
Step back in time to the days of the Founding Fathers and the Revolutionary War at Colonial Williamsburg. The interactive, living-history mus
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Originally constructed in 1677, Bruton Parish Episcopal Church still functions today and represents the oldest continuously operating church
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Our expert advice on where to stay in Williamsburg

Williamsburg offers lodgings for every taste, including four-star resorts, quaint inns, and budget-friendly hotels. Accommodations in the city's historical district provide easy access to all of the area's major attractions, but they also charge much higher prices than equally comfortable guesthouses in some of the outlying neighborhoods. For a genuine Virginian experience, consider pitching a tent or renting a cottage in one of the area's popular campgrounds, which offer shuttle services to the city's major attractions and provide free Wi-Fi, cable TV, and fenced-in areas for pets.
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