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Best things to do in Gloucester County

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Theme Park
“Theme and Water park ...Beautiful and Clean ...right beside it is Water Country USA .”
60 locals recommend
Theme Park
“The best place to go for pretty much all water rides in one place! Perfect for hot sunny days! The entire family will absolutely LOVE it here! Located near Busch Gardens Amusement Park in Williamsburg, about a two hour and fifteen minutes drive from Sara's Charm in Locust Grove. Season passes available.”
23 locals recommend
History Museum
“If you're into the historical, this is a must-see! Take a trip back in time to the Colonial period.”
17 locals recommend
Tourist Information Center
“Lots of history. Great food but it is fairly expensive to eat there. Candy & cheese shops that allow you to try before you buy. ”
24 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
“Beautiful, relaxing spot with fabulous views, right on the Rappahannock at Locklie's Marina, with delicious food.”
16 locals recommend
“Because you can't visit Williamsburg without experiencing this unique historical site!”
18 locals recommend
“Bar/Restaurant right in the heart of Colonial Williamsburg. You can sit inside or out and enjoy beer on tap, local wine and lots of good food!”
8 locals recommend
History Museum
“The Governor's Palace in Williamsburg, Virginia was the official residence of the Royal Governors of the Colony of Virginia. Beautifully restored and a fantastic place to spend Independence Day! The actors were superb and did a great job educating the patrons. The gardens and maze were immaculate and truly felt like a step back in time. ”
4 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“The best of both worlds: Merchants Square with its cobble stone walkways for gift shopping (esp nice at Christmas) food & wine specialties, dining, music, street entertainment. And a walk across the street takes you back in time as you walk the dirt road toward the ice-skating rink with bonfires set up to stop and get warm and chat up with the passersby. ”
6 locals recommend
“Great pizza for one, they have other specialty sandwiches and fresh local faire. medium on the price but you will not go away hungry. From March to Oct Thursdays and Fridays may have Live music. Can be loud and hard to have a discussion even when there is no music. Very popular local eatery. Best tap beer selection in the area with about 15 beers on tap.”
8 locals recommend
3 locals recommend
“Grab a sandwich, a drink, some chips, maybe a beer, taste some wine, some extra cheese .... you will not be disappointed! ”
6 locals recommend
“The newest brewery in town, hit up this hotspot and enjoy some local beers, lawn games, and if you're lucky, a food truck might stop by to supply you with some food!”
2 locals recommend
American Restaurant
“Best fresh local seafood, Open Thursday-Sunday. Pretty, upscale, Ruth's Chris of seafood ”
5 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“If you don't want to make the drive to Virginia Beach (roughly a 1 hr 30 min drive), you can make your way to Yorktown Beach! This 2-acre beachfront provides boating, swimming, and fishing fun on the York river. There are cute, cozy shops around the "beach" as well. Plenty of parking and a garage on "the hill" in town within walking distance. ”
5 locals recommend
“Summer concert series "Groovin in the Park", Farmers markets, Area history, Childrens Nature garden, Pavilion, Boat building museum.”
5 locals recommend