A Williamsburg Christmas Package offers everything you need for amazing memories to last your family a lifetime. From Colonial Williamsburg to Busch Gardens Christmas Town to the Williamsburg Outlets you won’t believe how much there is to see and do! Here is our list of top 5 Williamsburg Christmas Attractions!
5. Yankee Candle Christmas Village – This is more of an attraction than a store with a toy shop, candy store, home store and Christmas Village all in one location. The second Saturday in November Santa and Mrs. Claus arrive and stay until it is time to return to the North Pole on Christmas Eve. With kids events and entertainment nearly every day there is always something going on.
4. Ice Rink in New Town – Nothing quite says winter like an ice skating rink. Venture to New Town and take a twirl around the local outdoor rink (weather permitting.) Don’t worry if you didn’t bring your skates, you can rent them there.
3. Colonial Williamsburg Christmas Traditions tours for Kids – Most weekends throughout the holiday season Colonial Williamsburg offers this special program for young visitors so they can learn all about Christmas in the 18th Century.
2. Busch Gardens Christmas Town – With their own signature peppermint fudge hot cocoa, more than 5 million lights and a buffet dinner with Santa served by his Elves, experience America’s most beautiful theme park Christmas Style! Christmas Town is open weekends and select other days from November 22 to December 31, 2013.
1. Dinner at a Colonial Tavern – The Colonial Taverns offer an authentic Williamsburg Christmas experience. With candlelit windows and live pine roping, your evening starts around a bon fire in front of the tavern. Then join us for dinner served by one of our 18th Century interpreters. Southern specialties like peppermint ice cream are not to be missed for this special occasion. Be sure to make reservations early, as seats go quickly during the Williamsburg Christmas season.
Visit Christmas in Williamsburg to learn more about spending the holiday season in Williamsburg.