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Easter Weekend at King’s Creek

Easter Weekend at King’s Creek is coming April 17 this year, and it’s a great opportunity to get out of the house and create special bonding experiences with your family after a long winter spent indoors! 

Our resort is just minutes away from some incredible attractions for everyone in your family, and this is the perfect time of year to witness the beauty that is the Historic Triangle. Take a look at what’s going on next month, and stay with us at King’s Creek for a cozy, home-away-from home experience.

Colonial Williamsburg

Step back in time at the world’s largest living history museum—Colonial Williamsburg. There’s always incredible programming going on here that you simply can’t find anywhere else. If you’re a history buff, you’ll love the charismatic performers and scholars of Nation Builders and the fascinating street theater experience that examines diverse perspectives of 18th-century life in America. 

If you appreciate gorgeous, well-cared for outdoors spaces, you can’t miss the Arboretum and historic gardens, or treasures like Crim Dell and Sunken Garden at the College of William and Mary (an educational institution founded by Thomas Jefferson himself!). See the full list of activities going on in Colonial Williamsburg during Easter Weekend. 

Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown

If you take your American History seriously, look no further than Jamestown and Yorktown, Virginia. America’s beginnings have never been so relevant as we try to grapple with and make sense of current world events, and these two epic history museums tell the story of America’s beginnings with both indoor and outdoor exhibits that will immediately hook you in. Discover the real people and events of America’s first permanent English colony in 1607 to the Revolution and establishment of a new nation almost two centuries later.


Yorktown, Virginia, makes up a third of the Historic Triangle, offering riverfront charm and fun every season of the year. Yorktown is steeped in American history, and is home to many famous sites that played roles in both the American Revolutionary War and the Civil War. Besides its dedication to preserving and sharing early American history with visitors, Yorktown also boasts shopping, dining, arts, culture, and recreation unique to its geography. If you haven’t paid a visit to this riverside gem, plan a fun weekend getaway this spring to experience beautiful beaches and special events

Busch Gardens

There’s always something going on at the most beautiful theme park in the world, whether it’s the reveal of a brand-new, multi-launch roller coaster or an authentic Mardi Gras celebration. For the younger members of your family, head to kid-friendly attractions like the Sesame Street Forest of Fun to meet all your favorite friends for adorable shows and exciting rides. You simply can’t go wrong with a day spent at this incredible theme park!

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