Williamsburg is in southeastern Virginia approximately 52 miles southeast of Richmond. Travel back in time to the early days of the United States when you walk along the streets of Colonial Williamsburg. Enjoy one of the city's modern attractions when you experience the thrilling rides and live entertainment at Busch Gardens. You can fish, boat or enoy a picnic at Chickahominy Riverfront Park.
You can take Interstate 64 to reach Williamsburg. I-64 connects with Interstate 95, which runs north from Florida to the Canadian border. If you want to immerse yourself in history during your stay in Williamsburg, stay in one of the 18th-century inns or bed and breakfasts that are just a short walk from Colonial Williamsburg. There are hotels in the modern part of the city, some less than a mile from Williamsburg's Amtrak station, which provides connections to most major East Coast cities.
You can enjoy a temperature of approximately 87 degrees if you are in Williamsburg for the fireworks and a musical salute to the original 13 colonies during the city's annual Fourth of July celebration. See homes and gardens from the city's early days when you visit 18th-century houses during the annual Historic Garden Week in April. Williamsburg's average high temperature in April is 69 degrees.
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