For a daytime New Year’s Eve celebration that the whole family can enjoy, visit Williamsburg to take part in Noon Year’s Eve. This fun celebration starts earlier in the day so young children won’t be kept up past their bedtime and adults can share a special day of celebration for the coming of 2011 with their kids. This unique celebration takes place at Virginia Living Museum and features a number of fun, family-friendly activities including face painting, crafting projects featuring the way countries around the world celebrate the New Year, and games in addition to the usual museum exhibits and entertainment. It’s a great way to spend some quality time with your family as you get ready for 2011.
As a special treat, you can also visit Busch Gardens Williamsburg on December 31st when its open on the last day of 2010 for everyone to come and enjoy thrill rides, authentic European foods, and live shows. There are 3D rides, premier rollercoasters, and even themed rides for people of all ages to enjoy during their time at the park. It’s an adventure that is not only fun but educational about European countries.
After your special family New Year’s Eve celebration, start 2011 off with some fun activities in Williamsburg. Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum offers guests an entertaining and entirely untraditional museum experience with exhibits ranging from merely strange to the truly bizarre. Some of the museum exhibits are even interactive to give you some entirely new and exciting experiences. This museum is an entertaining way for everyone to spend the day together.