50% Off Busch Gardens Williamsburg Unlimited Summer Visits
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Hurry over to Groupon.com where you can score Unlimited Visits all Summer to Busch Gardens Williamsburg for just $45 (regularly $90)!
You must enter the first and last name of the person using the ticket when you make your purchase. Children under 3 are admitted free. There is a limit of 10 and all sales are final.
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I highly recommend looking into timeshare offerings to see if they may be an option as there are multiple of these and they are often reasonable for several nights. Vrbo.com, ebay are some places that we have booked through before and no extra room taxes so often the price you pay is it.
I have stayed at the Woodlands Hotel at Colonial Williamsburg a couple of times. It was very good and reasonable (for the area!). Good free breakfast, nice pool and splash area for kids. Walking distance to Colonial Williamsburg. I have also stayed at Historic Powhatan Resort. It was also very reasonable. It was a condo with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, and living area. The resort also has excellent amenities including a couple of pools, play area, etc. It was about a 15 minute drive from Colonial Williamsburg.
I am a local. Check out hotels on Newport News, VA. It is the next town over and may be cheaper if you don’t mind a 15 min drive in I-64 to get to BG. Williamsburg is really nice, lots to do!
This is a great deal! You can also look into Airbnb for accommodations. Food is also easily accessible and there is a Pizza Hut and Taco Bell close by.
I purchased the hopper Groupon deal last year and it was fantastic! My boys loved it. There is a great indoor laser tag nearby that my boys still rave about!
My boys are in their teens so we did the laser tag twice, putt putt and go carts. We also went downtown Williamsburg to check out the historical sites. They had a blast!
The Jamestown Settlement (Living History Museum – not the National Park) is amazing! Highly recommend. Our kids are ages 6 & 7, and we loved seeing history come to life. Colonial Williamsburg is incredible as well!