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Williamsburg, Jamestown, Yorktown Ticket Package Options

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There is quite an array of admission ticket package options.

We are driving up from NC's Outer Banks on Saturday June 2nd. We're staying 3 nights at the Fife & Drum Inn just near Merchants Square in Williamsburg. Then we head out in the afternoon on the 5th with the only goal in mind an airport hotel in Norfolk for the early am flight out.

We feel that we will be focused on CW, but the other (all 4) Triangle areas in JT and YT look appealing as well. We will have a rental car and like the freedom to stop along the parkway, etc where we please but also notice what appears to be a very efficient shuttle system.

I have noticed the 'Multi-day' ticket at colonialwilliamsburg.com that seems to fit perfectly: three consecutive days of admission to 35 historic area sites, 15 site tours, 16 trade shops and 3 world-class museums, plus a 10% discount on most tours, programs, and carriage rides, not including walking tours and programs or special events for which a separate paid ticket is required.

Does anyone have any caveats regarding this package? Is there an arrangement with the NPS and other separate vendors regarding honoring such a combined ticket? What else does one typically want to see while there which is not included in this package?

I'd save $4 by purchasing a voucher in advance online and then exchanging it at the CW Visitor Center, but they want a specific date. Am I better off making it for Jun 2-4? or Jun 3-5? or are the dates actually determined by the date the voucher is exchanged at the Visitor Center?

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