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Cross the scenic Crim Dell Bridge in the College of William and Mary to get a good look at one of Williamsburg’s finest spots.
Besides serving as George Wythe’s home, the historic Williamsburg house also was the temporary headquarters for General George Washington before the Siege of Yorktown.
Located along Wessex Hundred, Williamsburg Winery takes you through an extensive tour and reserve wine tasting in a private cellar where you can taste vintage concoctions from the winery’s library collection.
The Peyton Randolph House was built in 1715 for founding father Peyton Randolph, who served as the first and third president of the Continental Congress.
Busch Gardens is Williamsburg’s prized water and theme park, with a little something for everyone to enjoy.