Enjoy the history and incredible services of Colonial Williamsburg Resorts in Williamsburg, Va., this year with the newly added kid’s club. Take full advantage of the club’s leisure services for adults, kid-friendly activities and local attractions. With the help of the Lil’ Patriots Kid’s Club, parents enjoy alone time as well as family fun at the resort.
Conveniently located adjacent to the Woodlands Hotel, the kid’s club provides extended childcare services, historical education and kid-friendly fun. Parents take advantage of the extra help and alone time while the kids enjoy playtime and educational activities with peers.
Head to the resort spa or explore the resort grounds and play a round of golf while the kids play. Head out for a half-day, full day or Friday night on the town as the kid’s club offers a variety of times and services.
Check out the arts and culture in the history district. Dine in authentic restaurants and meet residents straight out of the Colonial era. Stop in local shops and unique locations all resembling America’s revolutionary life and times.
Specifically tailored for kids aged 4–12, the Lil’ Patriots Kid’s Club offers educational sessions and daycare services 9 a.m.–12 p.m. or 1–4 p.m. during the week. Kids enjoying the special evening session on Friday nights have their own Kid’s Night Out.”This session includes a kids-only dinner 6–9 p.m., so you can check back in together after having your own night on the town.
Kids head out on outdoor group activities for friendly teambuilding and mini golf games, or enjoy arts and crafts with new friends. Take a livestock tour and get to know the four-legged residents and travel back in time with colonial games and throwback attractions. Kids will also have the unique opportunity to meet and play with resort mascot and beloved resident, Liberty the dog. For those interested in culinary activities, head into the kitchen for colonial cooking and presentations.
The resort boasts a fun blend of family-friendly fun, high-end accommodations for parents and historic charm for everyone.
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