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Now that chilly weather and short days are here for the long haul, we thought we’d share what Williamsburg locals do for entertainment when the sun goes down! With plenty of bars, pubs, entertainment and activities to choose from, cold months just mean more fun for Williamsburg Nightlife!
By day, The Corner Pocket is a busy local cafe, but at night, it transforms into an upscale pool hall with live music and microbrews. This local bar attracts an eclectic group, with patrons of all ages ranging from college students to local business people who come for the live blues, literary readings, pool games and single-malt scotch tastings.
USA Today names this bar one of the 10 best in the country, and for good reason. With over 30 draft beers, 150 bottled beers and more than 40 wines from around the world, this pub-like atmosphere is the perfect spot for a cozy first date or an intimate get-together with your closest friends. Excellent food and friendly service will top off your night.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year for nighttime festivities at Busch Gardens! Now through January 2, see the world’s most beautiful theme park transformed with more than 10 million dazzling lights, Santa’s Workshop, the Christmas Town Express, heartwarming holiday shows performed by talented singers and dancers, and much more. Get in the Christmas spirit with festive treats, holiday shopping, and thrilling rides this month!
The magic of the big screen is available to you any night of the week in Williamsburg. The movie scene has undergone some serious changes since we were kids! At the Williamsburg theater, you can book a private cinema and host a screening for up to 20 guests. Order food and beverages in advance with the handy app, or get appetizers and entrees delivered to your seat by a friendly wait staff. Check out a thriller and get reacquainted with the edge of your seat, or lean back and cozy up with someone special as you watch the latest romantic comedy.
Williamsburg Ghost Tours
If the end of Halloween had you feeling a little blue, your nights can still include mischief. Colonial Williamsburg has some of America’s oldest history, and thanks to dedicated history lovers, historians and costumed storytellers, you can get access to history’s scariest stories told by those who know it best.
Located in Merchants Square, the historic Kimball Theatre offers an dazzling mix of entertainment, from jazz performances to screenings of classic films and performances by students studying at the College of William & Mary. Next month’s lineup includes evenings filled with holiday cheer. Don’t miss a chance to have a special evening out!
Whether you’re solo, with a best friend, a date, or a whole crew of family members, get in the spirit of winter with an evening out at Liberty Ice Pavilion on historic Duke of Gloucester St. Enjoy hot beverages, Christmas carols, and of course, hours of fun on the ice!