While enjoying your stay at our
Williamsburg Virginia Bed and Breakfast, take a trip around the area to see the sites and experience the wonder of Williamsburg.
Below is a list of exciting things to do in Williamsburg and a full list of upcoming Williamsburg events.
Sat, Jun 9, 2012 - Sun, May 11, 2014
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller - Quilts in the Baltimore Manner(12:00 AM)
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller - McCarl Gallery
Quilts in the Baltimore Manner
This exhibition in the Foster and Muriel McCarl Gallery features 19th-century quilts made in and around the Baltimore area. The exhibition showcases 12 fine examples of the Baltimore quilt tradition with a sampling of quilts made in nearby counties as well as in parts of Virginia. Some of the most highly treasured quilts of the 19th century are the distinctive appliquéd album quilts made in Baltimore between 1845 and 1855. The third largest city in the U.S. during the 1840s, Baltimore also boasted the largest seaport and had a strong textile industry. These colorful, elaborately designed bed coverings are a feast for the eyes. This exhibition is underwritten in part by multiple gifts to the Quilt Exhibition Fund. Open through May 11, 2014
Sat, Sep 29, 2012 - Wed, Dec 31, 2014
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Museum - Folk Art Portraits(12:00 AM)
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum - Clark Gallery
This exhibition of folk art portraits in the Gladys & Franklin Clark Foundation Gallery, highlights the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum's superb collection of primarily19th-century images of children, adults and families. The exhibition focuses on the period 1700-1850. Old favorites such as Baby in Red Chair, one of the earliest pictures to enter the collection, and a group portrait of the Smith family of Richmond, Virginia, the most recent addition to the collection, join more than 40 other portraits to offer a rich and diverse look at a period before photography changed the way people saw each other and themselves. Ongoing exhibit.
Tue, Jan 1, 2013 - Wed, Dec 31, 2014
Movie Tavern at High Street(12:00 AM)
1430 Richmond Rd., Williamsburg, VA
Movie Tavern combines the enjoyment of movies with an in-theatre dining experience.
A menu of Classic American favorites is served to Movie Tavern guests while they enjoy first-run films in state-of-the-art auditoriums.
Food items ordered in the lobby & delivered to your seat.
A menu consisting of appetizers, burgers, hand-tossed pizzas, desserts,
and of course popcorn, candy, and soda. Beer, wine, and margaritas served from the lobby bar.
A table in front of all theater seats
Your Spring Bounce Ticket includes:
Exclusive Online Offer: Must be used by April 27, 2014
Seven (7) consecutive days' admission for
Colonial WilliamsburgBusch Gardens®Free parking included at Busch Gardens.10% discount on most Colonial Williamsburg evening programs and tours.
Available online only; cannot be purchased on-site. Your voucher must be exchanged for a ticket at the Colonial Williamsburg Regional Visitor Center before visiting Busch Gardens.
Cost: dult (13+) $97.00 Youth (6–12) $77.00 Under 6 free
Sun, Apr 20, 2014
Spring Spa Days(12:00 AM)
The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg, 307 South England Street Williamsburg, VA 23185
The Spa services blend the art of ancient rituals with modern technology for a unique, time-honored experience. They offer a wide variety of services, including professional skin care, massages, and premier body treatments, in addition to a full-service salon, use of the wellness center fitness center, whirlpool and indoor pool
Eco Discovery Park, 2054 Jamestown Road Williamsburg, VA
The third annual James RiverFest at the Eco Discovery Park will be held April 26th. This free event will include on the water activities, a morning clean-up, fun and educational activities for children, food vendors, live music, kayaking, and a wide variety of vendors and environmental booths. 2014 Vendors to Date include:
Friends of Powhatan Creek Watershed
G.A.B.B -- Natural Straw Grass Baskets
Historic Rivers Chapter, VA Master Naturalists
Julia's Crafts - Yard art and Kool Lights
Miz Trixie Piggle - Glass & Semi Precious Stone Jewelry
N 2 Wood - Woodworking items
Native Creations - Native American Jewelry & Crafts
R3CYCL3D ART - Recycled Art
Richard Derrow - Handcrafted birdhouses
Tidewater Oyster Gardeners Association
US Coast Guard Flotilla 67
Virginia Capital Trail Foundation
Williamsburg Bicyclists Area
8K - May 31, 2014 regularly $50, pay $40, save $10
Half Marathon - June 1, 2014 regularly $80, pay $65, save $15
Patriots Challenge (both races) regularly $115, pay $95, save $20
You will receive a Busch Gardens Pass ($70 value) and Meal Voucher ($15 value),
and a Colonial Williamsburg Weekend Pass ($49.95 value).
Total Value = up to $154.95
Cost: Register Before June 30, 2013 and SAVE up to $20
Fri, Jun 20 - 25, 2014
East Bound Bike Virginia Tour 2014(12:00 AM)
For 2014, we're returning to eastern Virginia with a spirited ride from Chesterfield to Williamsburg. Along with a great ride, you'll see great views of historical landmarks along the way including routes near Jamestown, Amelia and Richmond. Registration is now open!
Bike Virginia is pleased to bring to you 6 days of riding adventure on beautiful routes in central and eastern Virginia for the East Bound Bike Virginia 2014 Tour. For the 27th annual event, June 20-25, we will visit the communities of Richmond, Henrico, Chesterfield, Goochland, Hanover, James City County, Williamsburg, and Jamestown.
Illuminights at Busch Gardens Williamsburg(12:00 AM)
Illuminights is a festival at Busch Gardens in Williamsburg featuring special shows in each country at 5:30pm, 6:30pm, 8pm, and 9pm. At 9:30pm, enjoy a fireworks spectacular in the skies over Busch Gardens. Guests also have the chance to ride their favorite rides in the park by the light of the stars. Lasting the entire month of July and a week into August, this fun event is a great addition to your Busch Gardens visit!
Mon, Sep 1, 2014
Labor Day in Williamsburg, VA(12:00 AM)
There are a lot of different things to do during Labor Day in Williamsburg, VA like the many commemorative festivals that recognize the sacrifices of those who served for our country and our freedom. In addition to these festivals you can and visit historical locations throughout the area that will make for one fun and educational day.