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It’s the perfect time of year to start planning a quick, weekend excursion to celebrate the end of summer and the beginning of fall.
At Reines RV Center, located in Manassas, the celebration gets even better with the 2013 5th wheel close out sales.
With a quality recreational vehicle at great prices, you’re set for a perfect getaway for the weekend to historic Colonial Williamsburg and Jamestowne. A little over two hours from Manassas, you can hop in your RV and observe a day-in-the-life of colonial Virginians at one of the top historic attractions in Virginia, then take in the sites at America’s first settlement.
There’s something for everyone to enjoy when visiting Williamsburg. From carriage rides and after dark ghost tours, to participating in reenactments and playing a role in the Revolutionary City, adults and children can become a part of history.
Explore the art museums at Williamsburg. The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum features an extensive display of folk art crafted through sculptures, paintings, toys, carvings, quilts and needlework. The Dewitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum features an impress inventory of antiques in 15 galleries covering the period from 1660 to 1830.
See how the affluent lived during the 1930s and 1940s when taking a tour of Bassett Hall, home to John D. and Abby Rockefeller, Jr. The home reflects a display of beautifully detailed antiques, artwork, folk art pieces and figurines. The tour continues outside with a stroll through the Colonial Revival Gardens.
With a dual ticket purchased at the Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center, visitors have access to the free shuttle to Jamestowne. Step back in time while watching the restoration of James Fort as archaeologists uncover the secrets of the 1607 fort.
A guided walking tour provides viewing of numerous artifacts from the fort displayed at the Nathalie P. and Alan M. Voorhees Archaearium. You’ll also see the wedding location of Pocahontas and John Rolfe in 1614 at the fort’s church built in 1608. Complete your visit with a delicious lunch at the onsite cafe located opposite the James River.
Plan your next getaway with help from the staff at Reines RV. With their expertise and impressive inventory, dreams of over the road adventures to exciting locations become a reality.