One of America’s favorite family destinations, the Greater Williamsburg region includes Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown, offering a unique juxtaposition of contemporary and historical experiences for all ages is seeking the services of a Public Relations Agency in their recently released Request for Proposal. Visitors can choose from hands-on interactive attractions, scenic outdoor adventures and sophisticated arts and culture experiences, making Greater Williamsburg a top choice among travelers.
Busch Gardens®: is an action-packed, European-themed adventure park with 17th-century charm and 21st-century technology, boasting more than 100 acres of fun-filled exploration.
College of William & Mary: The second oldest university in the United States, and a cutting edge research university, the College of William & Mary are situated on 1,200 acres in historic downtown Williamsburg.
Colonial Williamsburg: Colonial Williamsburg interprets Virginia’s 18th-century capital of Williamsburg, Va., as a 21st-century center for history and citizenship with more than 400 restored or reconstructed original buildings, museums and educational programs.
Historic Jamestowne: Site of America’s first permanent English settlement, Historic Jamestowne continues to make history as an active archeological dig site, offering a tour with the archaeologist or behind-the-scenes tours in the lab with the curator.
Jamestown Settlement: Traces America’s colonial beginnings through expansive gallery exhibits and film, and historical interpretation at outdoor re-creations of the three ships that sailed to Virginia in 1607, the colonial fort and a Powhatan Indian village.
Water Country USA®: Virginia’s largest water park offering live entertainment, water rides and attractions all with a retro surf theme.
Yorktown Battlefield: The National Park Service welcomes visitors to explore interpreted trails and sites from the last major battle of the American Revolution.
Yorktown Victory Center: The American Revolution is chronicled through exhibits, films and re-created military encampment and Revolution-era farm. The site will become the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown in late 2016, with new exhibition galleries and expanded outdoor living-history areas.
In addition to the area’s major attractions, the Greater Williamsburg area has a wealth of additional offerings including arts and culture, culinary experiences, more than a dozen golf courses, fantastic shopping, incredible scenic beauty and outdoor adventure that collectively come together to create one of the top vacation destinations in the country.
For additional information about the region, please go to www.VisitWilliamsburg.com
Please review the full RFP below.