This was my first time to Williamsburg and we had the best time. It was equal parts educational (for myself and the kids) and fun! All the food we had was amazing too! I wanted to share our itinerary because I felt that we got to see a lot, learn a lot, and eat good food. It is a kid friendly itinerary and you can move things around to make time for naps.
Sharing our Williamsburg itinerary today!!! This was my first time to Williamsburg and we had the best time. It was equal parts educational (for myself and the kids) and fun! All the food we had was amazing too! I wanted to share our itinerary because I felt that we got to see a lot, learn a lot, and eat good food. It is a kid friendly itinerary and you can move things around to make time for naps.
Some highlights for us included Colonial Williamsburg which was so fun to explore and see all the history. Yorktown was another highlight, it was beautiful and the beach was the cherry on top. I think the sail boat ride was the favorite for the whole fam! We enjoyed s’mores and swimming one evening at The Estate at Kingsmill and it was magical! Also make sure you get the carrot cake at Carrot Tree Kitchens – it is divine.
Arrival at Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport (PHF)
Pick-up rental car
Check in at Kingmill Resort & Spa – Cottage on the James
The cottages at Kingsmill have three-to-four bedrooms — perfect for families!
Dinner at Waypoint Seafood & Grill
Breakfast at Baker’s Crust Artisan Kitchen
Visit Jamestown Settlement
Lunch at Regency Room at The Williamsburg Inn
Explore Colonial Williamsburg
Colonial Williamsburg Carriage Ride
Dinner at The Hounds Tale
Drive along the Colonial Parkway to Yorktown
Breakfast at Mobjack Bay Coffee Roasters and Petite Cafe
Explore Historic Yorktown, Yorktown Beach, and Riverwalk Landing
Yorktown Sightseeing Day Sail on the Schooner Alliance
Lunch at Carrot Tree Kitchens
Bike Riding at Spoke + Art Provisions Co.
Dinner at Craft 31
Check out + Breakfast at Blue Talon Bistro
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Where is your dress from? I love it!
Your photos look stunning, Definitely want to visit Williamsburg. Love the pastel colour your wore. Thats a must for this spring and summer !
wow those sunsets are beautiful!
Suuuper glad you had fun! My mother-in-law, sister-in-law, aunt, 2 uncles, my best childhood friend, and grandpa all have Covid, and my brother and his girlfriend are awaiting their test results. So glad you found the time to fly across the country and vacation and not feature a mask in any of your photos. I hope you had the best time vacation while so many of us fear for the lives of our loved ones. Keep up the great work of staying home, social distancing, wearing protective gear, and sacrificing. But I guess that isn’t pretty, is it?
looks absolutely gorgeous! x
I saw you where going live on Instagram. And you checked out.. I wanted you say I had the same experience with the church. Then I knew God didn’t want it this way and started to listen to good preachers online and now taking a year off to bibleschool to learn the full Gospel and take all the junk out. What I already learned is that Jesus changes people from the inside out. You can’t change people from the outside with rules. If there are things in our life that God wants to change in us, he would conficts us lovingly to lead our hearts into repentance. (repentance means change your way) Jesus doesn’t want us in a condemning place.
What my bible school teaches is the love for people to also get to know Jesus, because the one and only thing you that take with you when we leave this world is souls/people when they receive Jesus into their hearts.Every person is in need for a savior. It’s something to consider for you to share the gospel in a way that goes with you, with your reach to influence people.
I think that it’s amazing that you got to take your whole family and go on a trip.
so what did you learn?