Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Embrace Warmer Weather with Colonial Williamsburg’s Spring Packages

The start of Daylight Saving Time is the unofficial start of spring, and the time to book Colonial Williamsburg’s Spring Stories Package. The three-day, two-night package starts at $399 per couple and is available March 26-June 17. The Spring Stories Package showcases the breadth of Colonial Williamsburg’s interactive offerings, from golf and fine dining, to the Historic Area’s gardens. The package includes:

· Accommodations at the Williamsburg Lodge
· Daily breakfast at the Lodge Restaurant
· Length-of-stay admission to Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Area and Art Museums
· Garden Program Tickets
· $100 activities card

Package pricing is based on double occupancy in a superior guest room at the Williamsburg Lodge with Sunday-Wednesday arrival.

For a family getaway corresponding with school vacation, the Spring Getaway Package is best. Available March 26 - April 11, the Spring Getaway Package starts at $499 for a family of four and includes:

· Four days/three nights at the Williamsburg Woodlands Hotel & Suites
· Daily breakfast at the hotel
· Length-of-stay admission to Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Area and Art Museums
· $100 activities card

The activities card may be applied toward the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club, The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg, dining in Colonial Williamsburg taverns or restaurants, or shopping at an official, on-site Colonial Williamsburg-owned store. When booking a Spring Package, guests have the opportunity to upgrade their Colonial Williamsburg admission ticket to a Flex, Bounce or Historic Triangle Ticket.

From April 19-May 8, guests can experience the limited-run Revolutionary Story “So Far from Scioto,” which portrays three young Shawnee chieftains who find themselves caught in the middle of the conflict between American patriots and British royal authority. Throughout the spring, Colonial Williamsburg’s R. Charlton’s Coffeehouse will provide the stage for a new scene of Revolutionary City®: a violent protest against the Stamp Act. Guests can join in the debate and be part of the story as they contemplate their own beliefs about war, taxation and revolution.

Colonial Williamsburg’s spring offerings, from the Historic Area and golf to dining and the Art Museums, will engage and appeal to a wide range of ages. With two value-loaded packages, there is no better time to be part of the story.

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