Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center, Williamsburg, Virginia, United States of America
Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center is where tickets or passes to the 18th-century city of Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia are being sold, along with the making of lodging and dining reservations as well as for walking tours, carriage rides, and evening agendas. The center is also where guests can watch a film entitled "Williamsburg – The Story of a Patriot," which will present the events in Williamsburg and America during the night of the revolution. Additionally, at the site, visitors can find shops that sell gifts and souvenirs, and there are even costume rentals for the children.
Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center is generally the main entrance to the historic area of Williamsburg. Just a short walk from the center is the Woodlands Hotel & Suites - A Colonial Williamsburg Hotel, in which visitors of the city are provided with comfortable rooms equipped with air-conditioning, a TV, and a private bathroom, and where guests are served with daily breakfast, either continental or in buffet style. For other hotel options, there are Brick House Inn and Budget Inn, which are both near the visitor center and offer internet and parking that are free of charge. Meanwhile, inside the historic area of Williamsburg are many 18th-century homes and trade shops, as well as government sites like the Governor's Palace, which boasts impressive and elegant interior, and other historic structures including the Bruton Parish Church, which is already 340+ years old. There are also lots of attractions outside the 18th-century city, such as the Greensprings Greenway Interpretive Trail and Jamestown Island.