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Kids Stay, Play & Eat FREE @ Colonial Williamsburg this summer

March 2013-This summer, Colonial Williamsburg is making vacation easy, fun and affordable for families traveling with children under the age of 12. With the Kids Stay, Play and Eat Free offer, travelers can enjoy a value-loaded getaway to the Revolutionary City and take part in countless exciting programs, seasonal offerings, and special activities. Debuting in June, RevQuest: The Black Chambers, the new chapter of Colonial Williamsburg’s interactive, text message-based spy adventure, will take visitors on a secret quest to identify the foes to liberty.

Families will enjoy the excitement provided by this new summer offer, starting at $78 per adult, per night, featuring:

duke of gloucesterInteractive storytelling, hands-on programs, musical performances, walking tours and fun recreational activities make Colonial Williamsburg the best headquarters for a summer vacation.

This offer is also available at The Williamsburg Lodge, starting at $90 per adult, per night. Pricing is based on double occupancy and a minimum three-night stay is required. Pricing varies with room type and arrival date. The Kids Stay, Play and Eat Free offer is valid for up to four children per room with a paying adult.

For more information, visit http://www.colonialwilliamsburg.com/summerfree.

Note if you are a local read about the $10 annual Good Neighbor Pass to Colonial Williamsburg here

Good Neighbor Passes included

  • Unlimited admission to the Revolutionary City—35 Historic Area sites and 19 trade shops
  • Access to  three world-class art museums
  • Complimentary shuttle service
  • 10% off your purchases* at official Colonial Williamsburg stores, everyday!
  • 25% off tickets for most tours, evening programs, and carriage rides
  • 25% off up to 20 general admission passes each year per household for your friends and family
  • 10% discount on Busch Gardens & Water Country USA single-day admission tickets
  • Special Offers & Events
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