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    Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, VA Theme & Water Parks

    Busch Gardens is committed to the health and safety of our guests, employees, and the animals in our care. We are excited to continue to provide our guests with fun, inspiring and memorable experiences, while addressing important health and safety needs during this time.

    BUSCH GARDENS WILLIAMSBURG

    One Busch Gardens Boulevard Williamsburg, VA 23185

    757-229-4386 VISIT WEBSITE GET DIRECTIONS BOOK NOW OVERVIEW

    Busch Gardens is committed to the health and safety of our guests, employees, and the animals in our care. We are excited to continue to provide our guests with fun, inspiring and memorable experiences, while addressing important health and safety needs during this time.

    Busch Gardens® Williamsburg is an action-packed European-themed adventure park with 17th-century charm and 21st-century technology, boasting more than 130 acres of family fun. Home to top-rated roller coasters including the all-new Pantheon®, the world's fastest multi-launch coaster, more than 50 rides and attractions, live stage shows and delicious culinary experiences. Busch Gardens has been voted the "World's Most Beautiful Amusement Park" every year since 1990. Park operation varies March through Dec.

    For more information, visit Busch Gardens or call (757) 229-4386. Reservations are required for park entrance.

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    DETAILS

    Reinforced Hand Sanitation

    Social Distancing Enforcement

    Temperature Screening for Entry

    Online/Mobile/Curbside Tickets

    Modified Capacity

    Facial Coverings Required

    Time to experience: Full day Facility amenities:

    Bus/Motorcoach Parking

    Concessions Gift Shop

    Handicapped Accessible

    Picnic Areas

    Source : www.visitwilliamsburg.com

    Busch Gardens Williamsburg

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    Busch Gardens Williamsburg

    Busch Gardens: The Old CountryBusch Gardens WilliamsburgBusch Gardens Europe

    Location James City County, Virginia, U.S.

    Coordinates 37°14′5″N 76°38′40″W / 37.23472°N 76.64444°W

    Coordinates: 37°14′5″N 76°38′40″W / 37.23472°N 76.64444°W

    Status Operating

    Opened May 16, 1975; 46 years ago[1] (as Busch Gardens: The Old Country)

    Owner SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment

    Theme Europe

    Slogan "Celebrate, Connect, and Care for the natural world through the power of entertainment."

    Operating season Year round

    Area 422 acres (1.71 km2)

    Attractions Total 53 Roller coasters 9 Water rides 3

    Website Busch Gardens Williamsburg Home Page

    Main gate of Busch Gardens Williamsburg in 2014

    Busch Gardens Williamsburg (formerly known as Busch Gardens Europe and Busch Gardens: The Old Country) is a 422-acre (1.71 km2) amusement park located in James City County near Williamsburg, Virginia, United States. Located approximately 60 miles (100 km) northwest of Virginia Beach, the park was developed by Anheuser-Busch (A-B) and is owned by SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment. It opened on May 16, 1975,[1] adjacent to Anheuser-Busch's brewery and near its other developments including the Kingsmill Resort complex.

    The park is themed to a variety of European country themes and was originally named Busch Gardens: The Old Country. In 1993, the park was renamed Busch Gardens Williamsburg, and it was briefly named Busch Gardens Europe from 2006–2008. In 2015, an estimated 2.78 million guests attended the park, ranking it twentieth in overall attendance among amusement parks in North America.[2] In addition to its landscaping and European themes, Busch Gardens is widely known for its roller coasters, including Griffon, Loch Ness Monster, Alpengeist, and Apollo's Chariot, the latter of which was ranked as the fourth best steel coaster in the annual Golden Ticket Awards publication from in 2012.

    Contents

    1 History

    2 Overview of features

    2.1 Conservation 2.2 Howl-O-Scream 2.3 Christmas Town 3 Hamlets

    3.1 Banbury Cross (England)

    3.2 Heatherdowns (Scotland)

    3.3 Sesame Street Forest of Fun

    3.4 Killarney (Ireland)

    3.5 San Marco (Italy)

    3.6 Festa Italia (Italy)

    3.7 Rhinefeld (Rhineland Germany)

    3.8 Land of the Dragons

    3.9 Oktoberfest (Bavarian Germany)

    3.10 Aquitaine (France)

    3.11 New France (French Colonial Canada)

    4 Roller coasters

    4.1 Existing (listed by first year)

    4.2 Defunct

    5 Defunct rides and attractions

    6 Animal attractions

    6.1 Jack Hanna's Wild Reserve

    6.2 Highland Stables

    7 Parking and transportation

    8 Awards and recognition

    9 Attendance (rounded)

    10 Gallery 11 References 12 Sources 13 External links

    History[edit]

    Beginning in the early 1970s, the Busch Gardens theme park was developed by Anheuser-Busch (A-B) as a portion of the company's development investment in the Williamsburg area, which grew to include a brewery, the Kingsmill Resort, as well as residential and office properties. It opened 47 years ago in 1975 as Busch Gardens: The Old Country.[1][3]

    The St. Louis-based brewer invested in the area following negotiations held between August Busch, II and Winthrop Rockefeller, who was both governor of Arkansas and chairman of Colonial Williamsburg in the 1960s and 1970s.[4] (Water Country USA, a local water park, was acquired by A-B in the 1990s, and added to the company's theme park activities, which include a number of SeaWorld properties in other states as well).

    In the last part of the 20th and early into the 21st century, as a brewer, A-B found itself competing in an increasingly global market. In 2008, after initially resisting an unsolicited stock bid, A-B announced it had reached an agreement to be acquired by the even larger Belgium-based InBev. The newer owners announced plans to sell-off the portions of A-B activities which were not part of the core beverage business as it worked to reduce debt incurred to fund the acquisition.

    The Blackstone Group was selected in late 2009 to acquire and operate the 10 former A-B theme parks, including two in the Williamsburg area. In July 2010, the adjacent Kingsmill Resort was scheduled to be acquired by Xanterra Parks and Resorts, a company owned by Denver-based Phillip Anschutz.

    By mid-March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic delayed the opening of the park for the 2020 season. The park remained closed until August 6, 2020, when they reopened, offering an all-new special event - Coasters and Craft Brews.[5] The all-new special event featured limited capacity, required advanced reservations and temperature screening of guests upon arrival, and select villages of the park. As the pandemic progressed, the park has continued to host limited-capacity special events, including Taste of Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Halloween Harvest (in place of Howl-O-Scream), Christmas Celebration (in place of Christmas Town), Winter Weekends, and Mardi Gras.

    Source : en.wikipedia.org

    Virginia Theme Park & Water Park

    Busch Gardens is a seasonal theme park located in Williamsburg, Virginia. Enjoy attractions for the whole family including rides, shows, animal encounters & more. We also have a variety of special events throughout the year, so there is plenty of things to do with each visit.

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