Williamsburg, Virginia is located in the northern part of the Hampton Roads metropolitan area and is part of the Historic Triangle, which includes, Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown. It is best known for its historical points of interest and tourist destinations located throughout Colonial Williamsburg, along with exciting theme parks including Williamsburg’s Busch Gardens.
The Williamsburg public school system is jointly operated with James City County, making up the Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools also known as WJCC. Williamsburg schools are among the highest ranked in Virginia and consistently score higher than state averages in preliminary test results.
Colonial Williamsburg is home of the world’s largest living history museum and draws thousands of tourists each year who are eager to learn about American colonial history and the Revolutionary War. As one of America’s first planned cities, the city soon became a center of learning and remains so to this day as home to the College of William and Mary.
Williamsburg is quickly becoming one of the nation’s top golf destinations as well with more than a dozen courses designed by some of the most notable architects, according to Visit Williamsburg. Whether you want to enjoy a game of golf, spend the day shopping at Williamsburg Premium Outlets or enjoy tastings and tours at Williamsburg Winery, there truly is something for everyone in this beautiful historical town.