What To Do

Things to Do in Williamsburg, VA

Discover the Charm of a Colonial Williamsburg getaway. A Williamsburg bed and breakfast vacation at The Fife and Drum Inn means you are conveniently located within a short distance of everywhere you want to be in the Historic Triangle. The Colonial Williamsburg VA area is filled with things to do: sights, sounds, attractions and activities and a unique blend of historic charm and present day energy.

From the resonating sounds and colors particular to life in the historic early settlements, to the old-world elegance and charm of Virginia’s Williamsburg Winery and picturesque vineyards, to the breathtaking, awesome excitement of Busch Gardens, it’s easy to get to the many Williamsburg attractions from your comfortable accommodations at The Fife & Drum Inn. Visit the nearby James River Plantations, or hit the links at a renowned private Williamsburg Golf Course.

A short walk from our inn, the quaint retail atmosphere of Merchants Square beckons with spectacular clothing stores, bookstores, quaint candy and gift shops, along with a host of wonderful restaurants. After a full day of exploring Williamsburg, distinctive bed and breakfast accommodations await at The Fife & Drum, offering your choice of luxury rooms, suites, and a private cottage with authentic Colonial surroundings.

Get to know Colonial Williamsburg! Attractions near The Fife & Drum Inn make it easy to find things to do in Williamsburg and explore the Historic Triangle at your leisure.

We recommend the following Things to do in Williamsburg:

The Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area

Entertainment – There are many attractions that draw folks to our area. Check out some of the most popular.

Williamsburg Walking Tours – Your best bet for Historic Colonial Williamsburg Virginia tours.  For Individuals, Families or Groups.  Don’t forget to ask about their evening Ghostly Tales walk, it’s a thriller.

Guided Tours – Walking tours, Ghost tours, Historic tours

Merchant’s Square – Merchants Square is located on the North end of the Duke of Gloucester Street. The three block shopping area is composed of a variety of retail merchant shops and restaurants. Although the merchants cater primarily to visitors to the Williamsburg area, many residents shop “downtown” also.

Dining – Some of the best area restaurants are just steps from The Fife & Drum Inn

Kimball Theatre – Located within walking distance, the Kimball Theatre

Golf – Williamsburg is known for its pristine golf courses!



William & Mary Campus

Guide to Williamsburg

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *