Thursday, December 1, 2022

Colonial Williamsburg Resort Guests Will Now Receive Free Admission Tickets

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WILLIAMSBURG-Visitors who book stays through Colonial Williamsburg Resorts this spring and summer will receive up to two complimentary length-of-stay admission tickets to the Historic Area’s attractions including the newly expanded Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg.

The complimentary tickets, which are being offered for the first time in nearly a decade, are exclusively for guests who book a stay directly through Colonial Williamsburg Resorts at www.colonialwilliamsburgresorts.com.

“We’re pleased to give our resort guests another reason to stay and explore the world’s largest living history museum and our two world-class art museums, while creating a more seamless and streamlined experience,” said Shaun Coleman, Executive Director of Sales & Marketing for Colonial Williamsburg. “Including tickets with a hotel stay adds value for travelers and reminds guests of the direct connection between Colonial Williamsburg Resorts and Colonial Williamsburg’s mission to preserve and share our nation’s history.”

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