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Busch Gardens – Williamsburg
Thrills and nature intersect at our park and provide a hidden adventure for all ages.
Busch Gardens ® in Williamsburg, Virginia is the world’s most beautiful theme park, as voted year after year since 1990. Our theme is classic Europe with artfully landscaped villages, like the Parisian streets of France, the hamlets of Scotland and the Oktoberfest celebrations of Germany. In all, we have nine villages centered around six countries for you to explore.
Whether you’re a kid, teen or adult, fun is always in season. With thrilling coasters, family-friendly shows, world-class dining and unique seasonal offerings, there’s something to do all year long.
Williamsburg, a city in the U.S. state of Virginia, was capital of the Virginia Colony from 1699 to 1780 and played a significant role in the American Revolution. It forms the “Historic Triangle” together with Jamestown and Yorktown. Its heart is Colonial Williamsburg, a historic district and living-history museum where actors in period costume depict daily Colonial life in the streets, stores and workshops.
One of America’s best-known living history towns, Colonial Williamsburg is not a reproduction or a group of buildings collected from other sites. This was the capital of the colony (and later the state) of Virginia from 1705 until 1779, and today re-creates those times in their original locale, often in the original buildings. Others are meticulously rebuilt or restored on their original sites.
But Williamsburg is not just for history buffs, nor is it all about the Revolution. Its tourist attractions include two outstanding museums of art, a major theme park, and a water park. Even if you don’t go to Williamsburg for its history, you’ll enjoy walking through the restored area, where you’ll meet people dressed in 18th-century clothing and engaged in the everyday life of more than two centuries ago.
Discover interesting things to see with our list of the top attractions in Williamsburg
Williamsburg is a living history museum, but it’s not just for the history buffs!