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Begin your tour of this American Revolutionary War historical site at the National Park Service Visitor Center featuring exhibits, and films which recreate the history of the battle.
Busch Gardens Williamsburg
Busch Gardens is an action-packed, European-themed adventure park with 17th-century charm and 21st-century technology, boasting more than 100 acres of fun-filled exploration. Your Busch Gardens experience will be complete with thrill rides, live indoor and outdoor shows, authentic European cuisine, and international shopping! For your convenience, you can purchase discounted tickets to Busch Gardens Williamsburg at the Newport News Visitor Center. Click here for a complete listing of rates.
Completed in 1834, Fort Monroe is the largest stone fort built in the U.S. Its location was vital to the coastal defense of the Chesapeake Bay for hundreds of years. It was designated a National Monument in November 2011.
Historic Jamestowne offers a wealth of activities for exploring the first permanent English settlement in North America and is jointly preserved and administered by Preservation Virginia and the National Park Service -- Colonial National Historical Park. Start your visit at the Visitor Center with exhibits and a theater experience. Tour the Archaearium, which tells the story of James Fort through archaeology. Share the moment of discovery...
At Jamestown Settlement, expansive exhibition galleries and an introductory film chronicle 17th-century Virginia in the context of its Powhatan Indian, English and west central African cultures. Historical interpreters interact with visitors at outdoor re-creations of a Powhatan Indian village, replicas of the three ships that sailed from England to Virginia in 1607, and a 1610-1614 colonial fort.