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Busch Gardens Announces Williamsburg Winter Weekends Events

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JAMES CITY-Busch Gardens will remain open year-round again for 2022. The theme park recently announced its Williamsburg Winter Weekends schedule for January.

Williamsburg Winter Weekends will take place Saturdays and Sundays January 8-23. Busch Gardens also plans to operate on Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, January 17.

Programming for Williamsburg Winter Weekends includes animal encounters, live music at Das Festhaus, rides, lights, a special presentation in the Globe Theatre, and other new family-friendly activities and experiences. Regional conservation groups as well as visiting animal ambassadors from around the world will also be a part of the fun. For additional information on Williamsburg Winter Weekends at Busch Gardens, visit buschgardens.com.

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