My daughter and I visited Berkeley Plantation on a cold day at the end of December. The historic house has connections to the Carter and Lee families in Virginia, among others. The tour was nice. The intro movie had good info but rather dramatic music. The best part for us was the walk through the landscaped "backyard" down to the James River. The view is beautiful.
Take food and water with you. There isn't anywhere to buy snacks.
The drive down the entire stretch on Scenic Route 5 into Williamsburg is really nice. Slower than I-64 but more historic and interesting.
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