On your next trip to Williamsburg make sure to consider employing our Williamsburg car hire services as your main means of transportation through the city. The city has been around since 1632 and through its history it’s been the capital of Virginia for almost a hundred years, and then went through a major process of renovation with hundreds of buildings being demolished so that others could be built in their place. Nowadays Williamsburg is a very popular tourist center, especially so with those interested in the colonial history of the United States.
The city is mainly served by the Newport News/Williamsburg Airport, but you can also reach the city by train and by road. Regardless of how you get there, once in Williamsburg you should consider employing our Williamsburg car rental services in order to have a car at your disposal while on your trip.
There are many interesting attractions in this city, starting with the fact that Colonial Williamsburg is the largest outdoor living history museum in the country. This is basically a fully operational 18th century city, complete with tradesmen and women working in their shops. It’s a great way to step back in time and see how people of that era from all social classes lived.
The College of William & Mary campus is where Thomas Jefferson attended classes, in the Christopher Wren building to be more exact. This is one of the original academic buildings on campus and is open to the public. The Sunken Garden is a great place to visit, sunbathe, walk or play Frisbee, for obvious reasons it’s a favorite haunt of students and local residents as well as being a great example of 20th century Colonial Revival architecture.
The James River Plantations refer to a collection of historic sited which can be found all around the Williamsburg area. These sites are Berkeley, Chippokes, Lee Hall and Shirley and they are all open to visitors.
These are just a few of the many things that you can see while in Williamsburg, so make sure to employ our Williamsburg car hire services in order to better explore the city and its surroundings.