Williamsburg, Virginia the former capital of the Virginia Colony, together with Yorktown and Jamestown forms the “Historic Triangle” – a monitor indicating the significance of this region during the time leading up to and directly after the American Revolution. Colonial Williamsburg, offers visitors to step back in time and experience life in the 18th Centuries. Entry into both the Governor’s Palace and the Capital are highlights of spending time touring the settlement. And students are able to engage in activities and be instructed in all sorts of chores or crafts that their peers almost 400 years ago would have been doing.

Student groups looking for a performance opportunity can share their talents with locals and tourists alike just outside the historic district. There are often wonderful concerts on the schedule in Williamsburg as well as in nearby Norfolk. Additionally with the beautiful campus of William and Mary bordering Colonial Williamsburg the change to have a clinic with one of the music professors in this beautiful setting brings the past and present into sharp relief.

Groups wanting to look deeper into the history of the region can expand their visits to include Jamestown and Yorktown, as well as heading into Norfolk for a different look at life along the waterways. Need a day from from worries and strife – a drive of over just an hour and you could be basking in the sun in Virginia Beach. Maybe you are looking for more thrills and excitement – Williamsburg has that as well. Head on over to Busch Gardens and Water Country USA and let the fun begin!

Williamsburg, VA – where the past meets the present and all that is missing is you and your group!


  • Busch Gardens
  • Colonial Williamsburg
  • Jamestown Settlement
  • DeWitt Wallace Arts Museum
  • Go Karts Plus
  • Jamestown Settlement
  • Ripley’s Believe it or Not
  • Sherwood Forest Plantation
  • Yorktown
  • Virginia Air & Space Museum
  • Virginia Musical Museum
  • Water Country USA

*denotes performance opportunity