USA Today awards title to Colonial Williamsburg

January 30, 2018 by  

USA Today 10Best, a part of USA Today, gives travelers unbiased and original travel advice from experts throughout the world. The organization recently awarded the title of 2017’s “Best Virginia Attraction” to Colonial Williamsburg, according to an article on the WTKR website.

The USA affiliate called Virginia the “birthplace of America”, and noted that many of the moments that defined the nation were made in the state.

The publication also listed the other four Virginia attractions that, in addition to Williamsburg, made their top five list: the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, Natural Bridge State Park, Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest, and the Virginia Creeper Trail.

Colonial Williamsburg is an Historic District and a living museum where buildings have been restored, or in some cases rebuilt, to the appearance they had in the 18th Century. Costumed experts portray slaves, tradespeople, shopkeepers, and politicians who once lived and worked in Williamsburg. Visitors can visit shops and see how products were made in the 1700s; they can also stop and have an authentic meal and visit, dance, and sing with the city’s historians. People who really want to learn about life in Colonial America can easily do so by visiting the attractions here, and have fun at the same time.

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