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Williamsburg, VA 23188




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After the Jamestown capital accidentally burned down in 1698, Williamsburg was the capital of Virginia from 1699-1780. Williamsburg is well known for Colonial Williamsburg, the restored historic area of the city. Williamsburg is known for The College of William and Mary, the second oldest university in the United States. Williamsburg is part of the Historic Triangle, which also includes Yorktown and Jamestown, and is among one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Williamsburg is full of history to learn and discover.

The public school system in Williamsburg is jointly operated by the city of Williamsburg and James City County. The school system consists of 15 schools – nine elementary schools, three middle schools, and three high schools. The two established high schools are Lafayette and Jamestown and are considered above average institutions. Williamsburg has a few private schools: Walnut Hills Baptist Church Learning (pre-K – K), Walsingham Academy Lower School (pre-K – grade 7) Walsingham Academy (grades 8 – 12). James City County has six private schools ranging from pre-k to 12th grade. York County Schools offer 11 elementary schools, four middle schools, and six high schools. York County also offers a variety of private schools.

Many hospitals are located nearby for any emergencies that arise. Eastern State Hospital, Sentara Hospital, Riverside Hospital, and Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters Health System are all excellent hospitals. Hampton University‘s cutting edge proton therapy for cancer is the largest proton therapy center in the world.

Williamsburg is stocked full of shopping, from retail to antiques and anything else you could hope to find. Williamsburg Outlet Mall, Merchants Square, Premium Outlets, Walmart, Farm Fresh, The Fresh Market, and New Town.

Finding something to do in Williamsburg is always easy with such rich history and numerous clean rivers and parks. Popular attractions are Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown Settlement Museum, College of William and Mary, Busch Gardens Williamsburg, The Williamsburg Winery, Water Country USA, Quarterpath Park Recreation, Waller Mill Park, James City County Parks & Rec, College Landing Park, and York River State Park. Events can be found Here in Williamsburg.

Williamsburg offers many options for transitional living and assisted living. The Salvation Army provides some transitional living in Williamsburg, VA. Windsor Meade, Senior Assisted Living in Williamsburg, Morningside of Williamsburg, Assisted Living – Memory Care, and Patriots Colony are a few of the wonderful assisted living facilities in the area.

Williamsburg has all kinds of transportation to get you around town. Amtrak stations, Greyhound lines, Williamsburg-Jamestown Airport, Taxi cabs, and Williamsburg Area Transit bus lines. There are 2 airports to choose from: The Norfolk International, which offers 167 daily to major cities throughout the US, and The Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport is a full service airport that provides scheduled air carrier, business charter, and general aviation services. The Richmond Airport is just 35 miles west of Williamsburg for Domestic and International travel.

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