Travel back in time with Sundance Vacations!

Travel back in time with Sundance Vacations!

Williamsburg, Virginia

Looking for a vacation full of adventure and family fun while traveling with Sundance Vacations? Williamsburg, Virginia is the place for you!

Step back in time to the 18th century at Colonial Williamsburg. There you’ll be able to enjoy decorative art museums, historic dining options and even horse drawn carriage rides! While in Williamsburg you can also enjoy some adult beverages from a mix of local breweries, distilleries, and a winery!

After a fascinating dose of history, head to Busch Gardens where new rides and old favorites will leave you feeling like a kid again. Experience thrill rides, up-close animal encounters and Virginia’s largest water park. Busch Gardens has been voted America’s Most Beautiful Theme Park 30 years in a row. Check out the details below!


Featured Resorts

The Historic Powhatan Resort
The resort is located on over 250 acres of land, which includes a natural wildlife setting surrounded by a wooded forest, open fields and five small lakes. Powhatan offers a general store and two restaurants. Families will have a wonderful time enjoying the 19-hole mini-golf course, a playground, an outdoor pavilion, hiking and exercise trails, basketball, volleyball, horseshoe pit, racquetball, tennis courts, and fitness room.

Club Wyndham Patriots’ Place
Wyndham Patriots’ Place, about 1 mile away from Williamsburg’s historical area, was built on the lush grounds of a former golf course. The property’s spaciousness, mature landscaping, and low-key architectural style lends a warm, comfortable feel to your stay. Guests find it to be a true relaxation spot that retains the charm of Colonial Williamsburg with solid construction and a homey feel, yet thoroughly up-to-date in terms of accommodation and ease.

King’s Creek Plantation
King’s Creek Plantation is a scenic vacation property set on rolling hills in York County, Virginia. Colonial Williamsburg is only three miles away while Yorktown and historic Jamestown are only 11 miles from the resort. Tennis courts and picnic areas with barbecue grills are conveniently located throughout the plantation. This private resort also features a clubhouse with heated outdoor pools, children’s playground, and jogging trails.


Area Attractions

Colonial Williamsburg

One of the most popular things to do in Williamsburg is to visit Eighteenth-century Colonial Williamsburg. Colonial Williamsburg is the world’s largest living history museum, with more than 40 sites and trades and two world-class art museums and is full of first hand experiences. Take part in a dig into the past. Tour the laboratories in The Wallace Collections and Conservation Building that examine and restore colonial artifacts. For the adventurous, sign up for the axe throwing or learn how to fire a flintlock musket.

Since there are so many things to do, it can be overwhelming, and that’s why we suggest checking out the interest-based itineraries.

Visit the first Royal Governor Estate

While the initial building was lost to fire, the replica, built in 1934, is a more-than-acceptable substitute. When you come to the Governor’s Palace, you can see what high society was like in Williamsburg, back in the day. There are lots of impressive things to see at the Governor’s Palace, and the guided tours will give you plenty of great information!

Visit Water County USA

The fun and thrill of amusement parks mixed with the refreshment of water on a warm day make waterparks like Water Country USA such an amazing place to visit. Between the thrilling slides and places to just relax, the whole family can have a great time there!

Drink Williamsburg

If you’re looking for some adult beverages, Drink Williamsburg would be the perfect activity for you to bond with your significant other and have a great time, with some great drinks! On this tour, you will get a chance to taste alcohol or beer that has been crafted centuries ago. Don’t worry though, there are plenty of new drinks for you to try too!

If breweries are you thing, you’ll have to checkout Williamsburg Tasting Trail! This trail offers award winning craft beers, wine, ancient mead and distilled spirits! Here you will get to taste some of the best handcrafted alcoholic beverages in the area!


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