Busch Gardens Williamsburg is an award-winning and eco-friendly adventure park started in 1975. Its many awards include...
moreBusch Gardens Williamsburg is an award-winning and eco-friendly adventure park started in 1975. Its many awards include the accolade of “World’s Most Beautiful Theme Park,“ “Golden Ticket Award” and “Applause Award.” This theme park recreates European villages, trains, tulip gardens and rides that make it a thrill-seeking mecca. If you're brave enough, hop onto Alpengeist, one of the tallest inverted coasters with a complete circuit in the whole world. Built to simulate an Alpine ski lift, albeit a slightly scarier version, it reaches heights of 195 feet (60 meters) and hair-raising speeds of 67 miles (108 kilometers) per hour. You can also embark on animal tours, adopt a dog for a day or two, visit the haunted house Howl-O-Scream, and Christmas Town for festive fun. Shop for German cuckoo clocks, Italian candles, wood carvings and Caribou pottery; then learn to make your own craft items at the workshops. Busch Gardens also features restaurants serving authentic British, Irish, German, French, Italian and Scottish cuisines. The park timings vary every week; the complete calendar can be found on the park website.less
This was the 1st time my grand kids and daughters went to Bush Gardens. You has to purchase tickets in advance and male a reservation. The park only let 30% occupancy. As a result some rides were...more
Good not great....A lot is still closed off (or closed down)for covid, but this park is very pretty(thank goodness) because mostly what we did all day was walk because lines were too long. Workers...more