- TripBuzz found 82 things to do with kids in or near Williamsburg, Virginia, including 60 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Newport News, Yorktown, Hampton and Smithfield.
- From Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf to Water Country USA, the Williamsburg area offers 79 different types of family activities, including: Historic Sites, Amusement Parks (All Ages), Theaters and Other Adventures.
- Home to the College of William & Mary, Williamsburg is an historic town in Virginia and a popular destination for history buffs. Many visitors to the town spend lots of time in Colonial Williamsburg, an historic area of town with an array of buildings significant to the American Revolutionary War. Other attractions in the community include Busch Gardens Amusement Park and Water Country USA (an outdoor waterpark).
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2001 Mooretown Road, Williamsburg, VA 23185 MoreLess Info
One of the most popular miniature golf courses in Williamsburg is Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf. It is set in the world of 18th century buccaneers through mountain caves, beneath waterfalls, and over several footbridges.
An all-ages water park on a 1950s and 60s surf theme, Water Park USA features a children's fantasyland, soaking slides, raft rides and plummeting attractions, along with restaurants and entertainment. Notable attractions include a 1500 ft long winding river ride, and the 4500 square foot kid's Cow-A-Bunga pool.
Located at Great Wolf Lodge, MagiQuest is described as the world's largest live action game. Players use magic wands to help solve mysteries in this interactive role playing game that leads guests on quests and adventures throughout the site.
Whether you are an avid league bowler or just want to spend a few hours with friends, Williamsburg Lanes, is an ideal choice. This AMF bowling center features 40 lanes for bowling, as well as a restaurant and amenities for your next party or event.
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Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, Williamsburg, VA 23187 MoreLess Info
The first permanent English colony in America is commemorated by the Jamestown Settlement. The site features replicas of three ships, gallery exhibits, and an introductory film that explains the beginnings of Jamestown from multiple perspectives.
Filled with native birds like osprey, York River State Park offers visitors a wetland area to explore by an extensive trail system and canoe. The park features a fossil beach that has ancient shells and barnacles from the prehistoric era.
Busch Gardens is an action-packed adventure park with European theming. There are more than 350 acres of entertainment and attractions, including several top-rated roller coasters, live stage shows, and restaurants.
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325 West Francis Street, Williamsburg, VA 23185 MoreLess Info
Admitting its first patient in 1773, the Public Hospital Museum honors the first public building in America that treated the mentally ill. Exhibits include examples of the condition the patients were kept and a history of mental illnesses at the time.