Virginia's Historic Triangle — Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown — is full of living history. And
Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Water Country USA waterpark are right in the middle of all that history.
Jamestown Settlement features a re-created fort and Powhatan Indian village with characters
in costume. And nearby there's Yorktown, where the last battle of the Revolutionary War was fought.
Colonial Williamsburg is the nation's largest living history museum. The town stays in costume day and night — shop keepers, children at play, townsfolk, farm families, militia, silversmiths. It's Virginia's most popular historic destination.
Remember to visit Water Country USA,
and plunge into surf theme fun at the mid-Atlantic's largest water play
park. Water Country USA has more than 30 slides, water rides and soaking thrills
is nearby as well as outlet malls and the doll and candle factories.