Things to do in Williamsburg Va in the Fall
What better time to visit the Colonial Capitol than in the Fall. The humidity has left, the skies are blue, and the temperature is inviting. All the local attractions are open and offer great events and entertainment. Should you desire History, Music, Art, or food, you can find it all in Williamsburg Va in the Fall.
Busch Gardens, Williamsburg Va
Enjoy tricks and spooks everywhere you turn in Busch Gardens during the month of October. The Park turns into a swarm of ghosts, goblins, and excitement. If you visit in November or December, you can enjoy Busch Gardens Christmas Town.
Busch Gardens offers the spectacular Howl-O-Scream through October 31. The park is transformed into your Halloween nightmare to include all new scares and screams to the extreme. Through October 31, you can be frightened with five terror-tories and 4 sinister shows throughout the park. You will experience 5 newly reimagined Haunted houses. When you need to replenish, you can find 6 Booze Bars and then experience world class roller coasters including the new DarKoaster. Make sure you get to enjoy Virginias premier Halloween event.
If you visit Williamsburg Va in the Fall after November 10, you can enjoy Busch Gardens Christmas Town. The World’s most Beautiful Theme Park is transformed into one of the largest holiday displays in North American with over ten million twinkling lights. You can enjoy over 20 rides and coasters including the fastest multi launch coaster, the New Panteon. If you are not a rides person, you will enjoy the heartwarming holiday shows and classics such as the “Twas the night” ice skating show and Santas Workshop. Hearty meals are available, and you can listen to a special Christmas Story at the New Santas Fireside Feast. Holiday shopping and treats are located throughout the park.
PumpkinVille, Toano Va
Just a short drive and you can arrive at this family owned and operated farm dressed up for the fall. This fun afternoon offers you the chance to pick your own pumpkin from their patch or choose one already available. Is a hayride or a cornfield maze in the plans? If so, you can enjoy one right at PumpkinVille.
Relax at a Winery or Brewery for the afternoon.
Williamsburg has several wineries within drive distance from our beautiful Williamsburg Inn.
The closest to the Inn is the Williamsburg Winery where you can enjoy lunch or dinner as well as take part in several different wine tour options.
Saude Creek Winery. This gorgeous winery sits on over 100 acres on a hillside overlooking the Pamunkey River in New Kent County. Sit back and relax on one of their many patios and decks as you enjoy a wine flight or tasting. A favorite for locals and visitors as you will frequently find live music and food vendors on the weekends.
There are several Breweries right in Williamsburg. Our local Precarious Beer Hall is an inside venue with outdoor patios. You will find tacos, burgers, and retro video games to enjoy with your brew.
Billsburg is located on a 10-acre marina right off the Colonial Parkway. Offering music, food trucks and lagers, pilsners, and ales, you will find a place to relax and enjoy the view.
Virginia Beer company offers not only their flagship beers but a variety of ales, lagers, and barrel-aged beers. Daily food trucks offer a variety of food. Enjoy Taco Tuesday or if you are adventurous, Thursday night is Trivia Night.
Colonial Williamsburg Carriage Rides.
On a Beautiful Afternoon in Williamsburg Va in the Fall, what could be more inviting than a Carriage Ride in the Historic Colonial Williamsburg Streets. Book your ride the morning you wish to ride and hop on to one of these gorgeous carriages that will take you around the Governors Palace and Trades. These fill quickly so get there first thing in the morning to secure a reservation.
Enjoy a Ghost Tour of Williamsburg.
Colonial Ghost Tours will offer you an evening of tales and taunts and even a ghostly appearance if you are fortunate. Located down the street from our Williamsburg Bed and Breakfast you can enjoy this fun evening and walk back if you dare!
Touring Colonial Williamsburg
Enjoy the World’s Largest US history museum right down the street. Walk through History as you visit the Governors Palace and the Capitol. Leisurely stroll through the Art Museums and then visit all the trades houses and learn what days were like in Colonial Times. Relax and enjoy an outdoor lunch at the Cheese Shop or a Glass of wine with a cheese board. There is plenty of outdoor seating in Merchant Square if you just want to grab an ice cream or snack, sit and people watch.
Whatever you decide to do when visiting Williamsburg, know that we are here as your concierge to plan your day. Just reach out and ask!