Colonial Williamsburg is the largest living history district of its kind in the country. Dressed in period costumes, "residents" live, work and reenact daily life and historic events while engaging with visitors. Imagine dining in George Washington's favorite tavern or discussing 1700s politics with the town smithy. Our Colonial Crossings Resort puts you only eight miles from the heart of it all.
Stepping onto our resort you'll feel the same sense of old-world charm among the colonial period-inspired architecture. The spacious villa accommodations feature fully equipped kitchens and dining areas, jetted tubs and other amenities. The property is tucked away in the forested hills on a quiet edge of town. Yet, you can easily access downtown and the many attractions and points of interest found throughout the region.
The scenic, 23–mile Colonial Parkway that links Williamsburg with Jamestown and Yorktown is known as the Historic Triangle, offering even more historic sites of the earliest days of America. Plus, the resort is only 45 minutes to Richmond, Virginia. This beautiful and historic city is home to many significant historic structures, museums, battlefields and monuments of the American Civil War.
Add in a little extra family fun, from browsing historic shops in Merchants square to theme park excitement at Busch Gardens and Water Country USA, and you've got a perfect vacation for the whole family!