Start planning your visit to Christmas Town at Busch Gardens! Yes, it’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas in Virginia. It’s never to early to get into the holiday spirit, regardless of the weather. And there’s no denying the most wonderful time of year is nearly at our doorstep. And if you’re still in denial that Christmastime is on its way, you’ll see it with your very own eyes when you visit Williamsburg this season. The beloved Busch Gardens utterly transforms into a winter wonderland, complete with over one million individual lights along the main stretch.

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Whether it’s your first year at Christmas Town at Busch Gardens or your fifth, you’ll quickly discover why so many families visit the park as part of their holiday tradition. For more information, including ticket prices and additional details, be sure to visit the official website for Busch Gardens or follow along on the Busch Gardens Facebook Page.

The park is located at 1 Busch Gardens Blvd, Williamsburg, VA 23185.

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What are the best Christmas towns in Virginia?

If you transform into an elf come Christmastime, you’re in luck. There are some truly magical Christmas towns in Virginia. The state’s capital, Richmond, has one of the most spectacular light displays. The city explodes with light and holiday cheer. Be sure to visit the old-fashioned Christmas at Maymont Park, grab a performance of The Nutcracker, and stop by The Jefferson Hotel to see the giant gingerbread house and holiday décor. Bedford is hailed as The Christmas Capital of Virginia. With its Festival of Trees, the lights at the Meadows-Elks Home Campus, and the annual Holiday Parade, this enchanting city is a must-visit during the holiday season. Make sure you also check out Roanoke at Christmastime. Nothing beats open-air ice skating at Elmwood Park or the Hotel Roanoke’s classic Victorian-inspired decorations.

What are some great Christmas light displays in Virginia?

In addition to Christmas Town at Busch Gardens, there are some fantastic Christmas light displays in Virginia. The Celebration in Lights in Newport News is a one-of-a-kind drive-through event that leads visitors through an amazing two-mile drive. You will see over 800,000 lights and 300 display pieces during this celebration. The Million Bulb Walk in Norfolk is a stunning display of over a million twinkling lights on the grounds of the Norfolk Botanical Gardens. The walk is wheelchair and stroller friendly, so it’s great for all members of the family. For a fun beach display, check out Holiday Lights at the Beach in Virginia Beach. Walk the boardwalk covered in fun themed lights and admire some of the fixtures that are up to 30 feet high! It’s a fun and festive experience for everyone.

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