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Winter in Williamsburg

Baby, it’s cold outside… But that shouldn’t stop you from living your best life, even if it may require a few more layers! There’s still fun to be had when you spend your Winter in Williamsburg, and we’ve got the perfect guide for you to make the most of this season. Check out this handy list with things to do, we’re pretty sure you’re going to want to try them all. 


For Theatregoers… 

Williamsburg is home to several theaters, performing arts centers and exciting show venues that are the perfect excuse to get out of the house all year long (even in the wintertime!).

Whether you are searching for a concert, play or musical, you can find whatever you are looking for when you visit. Check out the upcoming shows at any of these locations:


For Museum Enthusiasts…

In the Historic Triangle (made up of Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown), you are sure to find rich history and storied exhibits, but did you know that Williamsburg is also home to incredible arts and cultural findings?


For Foodies and Wine Connoisseurs…

Home to an exceptional fine-dining and tasting scene, Williamsburg welcomes all who are seeking to add some flavor to their cold winter months. Warm up your heart (and your taste buds) with any of these local destinations. 




The Williamsburg Tasting Trail is the perfect pilot for you to experience delicious and award-winning craft beers, local wines & meads, and distilled spirits in Williamsburg. It includes 12 stops to help you explore the best of Greater Williamsburg. 

Check out Drink Williamsburg for tours and tastings at craft drinking hot spots in Williamsburg, Virginia!


For Nature Lovers…

Being outside and enjoying the fresh air has amazing benefits for our health and our mood, even in the wintertime! If you’re an outdoors lover, there are endless opportunities for fun in the colder months. Bundle up to explore historic sites or nature trails, or warm up by ice skating or enjoying a hot beverage!

Pro-tip: You’re going to want more than one day to learn, play, eat and explore when you visit Williamsburg. Be sure to book a stay with King’s Creek, conveniently located in the heart of so much living history.

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