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Williamsburg East Ghost Tour

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The only ghost tour in the world based on the first ever photo-study of ghosts! Real ghost photos, featured in the books Haunted Historic Colonial Williamsburg Virginia with Breakthrough Ghost Photography, Parts 1 & 2, are shown at each stop on a large computer notebook (Samsung Galaxy). Guides will point out the exact location around or in the house or building where the photo was taken and encourage travelers to take their own photos. Tour guides will give relevant historical information pertaining to the haunting as well as personal stories encountered by the book's author and others, including interpreters and security guards from Colonial Williamsburg. Travelers will be given choices about where they would like to stop based on their interests--no tour is ever the same! The East Tour starts at the Capital and continues down Duke of Gloucester Street to the Courthouse of 1770 and walking across the Market Square to the last stop--Williamsburg's most haunted: Peyton Randolph House.
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rosie7891 wrote a review Sep 2019
Naples, Florida9 contributions4 helpful votes
Was fun to do with my 10 year old granddaughter. Only takes a few hours...Not that much to do. Can easily fit into a part of a day. Little pricey too but fun.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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1071954 wrote a review Sep 2019
Boston, Massachusetts114 contributions5 helpful votes
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We spent a week in Williamsburg and we went here two times. $35.00 for all day of fun. You can leave and come back as long as it is the same day. My two teenagers one 15 and one 18 had a great time. They loved it.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Raven G wrote a review Aug 2019
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This place was great, the staff were friendly and games were fun, especially the claw game for rolls of ticket, must of played 30+ times! Highly recommend if you have a free day to go to Go karts plus! Great place!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Sarah C wrote a review Aug 2019
Pineville60 contributions21 helpful votes
My 10 year old wanted to ride go karts because she was tired of museums and historical stuff. This was just a short drive from our hotel and though it looked like it might rain, we gave it a shot. The staff was extremely friendly and courteous - and all were watching their weather apps to make sure the riders weren't in any danger from lightening. We had a great time during our visit and would visit again.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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David L wrote a review Jul 2019
Wilmington, Delaware732 contributions248 helpful votes
We were heading down to Williamsburg with a planned stop in Frederickburg and its Funland go-karts. However, the Funland website, while it noted that the outdoor part of the attraction was open at 10am, didn't indicate that it was only the mini-golf section that opened that early. Everything else opened at noon, so our plans to stop by were ruined. So instead, we continued onto Williamburg. As we neared our resort, we saw signs for Go-Karts Plus and decided to give it a try. I think the tracks at Funland are probably more thrilling, but we were very pleased with what GKP had to offer. There are kid friendly rides and four go-kart tracks. One is for little kids and costs 9 credits ($4.50). The next larger track costs 12 credits ($6) and the two largest tracks cost 15 credits ($7.50) plus 2 credits for passengers (our 6 and 4 yo boys). The kids loved the experience and it was a suitable alternative to spending a lot more money at Busch Gardens. There is an all-day riding option, too. Inside the arcade are redemption games and a snack bar. The food is basic, so don't expect anything gourmet. Pass on the 'medium ice water' for 50 cents, as there is a water jug with small cups on the side. What I liked most was the friendly staff and extremely pleasant elderly woman who seemed like the boss.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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