If you’ve been following along for a while, then these two words light up your heart: Christmas Town. Get ready, because the time is finally here… Christmas Town is Coming to Williamsburg! As we speak, Busch Gardens is trimming the tree and hanging the lights for the full return of Christmas Town. From November 12 […]
Ever wonder about how trick-or-treating came to be? Now we know that Halloween originated with Samhain, a 2,000-year-old Celtic festival where agricultural communities would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off spirits and pay homage to the dead every October 31. Then the Romans took over the Celts, and in the eighth century, Pope […]
There are many attributes of the holidays that bring us happiness and joy, but yet there is one feature that seems to be a source of agonizing stress year after year… Christmas shopping. Between finding the perfect gifts for your loved ones, staying within your budget and having enough time to accomplish it all, this […]
The end of 2019 is near, and the start of the new year is fast approaching. We can’t believe how fast this past year has gone by, but we’re excited for what awaits in the start of this next chapter. Whether you’re approaching a new milestone, setting goals for the start of the year or […]
One of our favorite parts of the holiday is being surrounded by beautiful, twinkling lights. Here at King’s Creek, we simply don’t believe it would feel like Christmas without a town that sparkles and shines! For that reason, we want to make sure we help make this Christmas merry and bright! Holiday decor is something […]
Christmas is undeniably the most wonderful time of year! Between the merry traditions, the heartwarming family time, and the magical memories made every year, we think it’s important to make this season count! Are you dreaming of a Williamsburg Christmas? Luckily, we know just what you can do to make this holiday even more meaningful… […]
The spirit of Thanksgiving is kept alive in the home of living history! There’s no better place to celebrate the Pilgrims’ original harvest festival than where the dawn of America truly took place. Visit the historic triangle and take in the 18th century city of Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Battlefield.