Williamsburg, Virginia, is located 150 miles south of Washington, D.C., midway between Richmond and Virginia Beach on Interstate 64. From I-64, you may take exits 227 through 242 to reach different points of interest in the Historic Triangle.
- From the North (Washington, D.C./Richmond): Take Interstate 95 South to Richmond, Virginia. Take left exit off 95 South to 295 South toward Norfolk and Williamsburg. Follow signs to I-64 East toward Norfolk and Williamsburg.
- From the South: Take Interstate 95 North to Richmond, Virginia. Take right exit off 95 North to 295 North toward Norfolk and Williamsburg. Follow signs to I-64 East toward Norfolk and Williamsburg. From I-64, take Exit 238 (Camp Peary/Colonial Williamsburg). Turn at the stop sign onto Route 143. Go through the first stoplight and turn right at the second stoplight onto Route 132 (becomes Henry Street).
- From Virginia Beach/Norfolk/Newport News: Follow I-64 West. Take Exit 242A (Route 199) toward Busch Gardens. Follow Route 199 to the right exit marked Busch Gardens and Route 60. At the bottom of the exit, turn left at the stop sign onto Route 60. Remain on Route 60 to the first stoplight and turn left onto Francis Street (grazing pasture for horses on your left).
- For additional directions and up-to-the-minute traffic and construction information, visit 511 Virginia.