Points of Interest near Kingsmill & Williamsburg

There’s plenty to do outside the gates of Kingsmill. And to make your visit even more convenient, complimentary shuttle service to Busch Gardens, Water Country USA and Colonial Williamsburg is provided for resort guests and Kingsmill residents.

Busch Gardens – Enjoy a taste of Europe in nine authentically recreated villages. Over 30 rides, European food, shops and live entertainment. Open March through October. In Williamsburg. 800.343.7946.

Water Country USA – The mid-Atlantic’s water play park is set to a 1950s and ’60s surf theme with state-of-the-art water rides and attractions, summertime entertainment, dining and shopping. Open mid-May through mid-September. Located 3 miles east of Williamsburg, exit 57B off I-64. 800.343.7946.

Colonial Williamsburg – Over 500 buildings, house museums, restored homes, exhibits, and shops populated by artisans using tools and techniques from colonial times, to recreate life in the 18th century. Located off I-64 midway between Norfolk and Richmond. 800-HISTORY.

Jamestown Settlement – Indoor displays and outdoor living history exhibits recreate England’s first permanent colony in America and the lifestyles of the area’s Native Americans. Open daily except Christmas and New Year’s. Located six miles south of Williamsburg off SR31. 757-229-1607.

Yorktown Victory Center – Exhibits, audio-visual programs and a military encampment tell the story of America’s fight for freedom during the American Revolution. On the York River just west of Route 17. 757-887-1776.

NASA Visitor Center – More than 50 exhibits trace man’s achievements in the air and in space. In NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton 757-864-6000.

Mariners’ Museum – Newport News, discover galleries filled with an international collection of intricately carved figureheads, detailed ship models, paintings, decorative arts, and other maritime artifacts. 757-596-2222.

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