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Apartments in Williamsburg, VA

Aura at Quarterpath
Williamsburg, VA 23185
$1,179 - $1,679
1 - 3 Beds
Country Club Apartments
Williamsburg, VA 23185
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1 - 3 Beds
City Lofts of Williamsburg
Williamsburg, VA 23185
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1 - 2 Beds
River Mews Apartments and Townhomes
Newport News, VA 23608
$675 - $1,200
1 - 3 Beds
Denbigh Village LLC
Newport News, VA 23602
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1 - 3 Beds
Short-Term
Radius Urban Apartments
Newport News, VA 23602
$1,095 - $1,970
Studio - 3 Beds
Located Near I-64, Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport,...
Monarch Crossing
Newport News, VA 23602
$651 - $1,200
1 - 3 Beds
From $1,152
1 Bed
Short-Term
Waverton Impressions
Newport News, VA 23606
From $1,000
1 - 3 Beds
Sharps Landing
Newport News, VA 23606
$731 - $860
1 - 2 Beds
From $912
1 Bed
Short-Term
The Villas at Coventry
Yorktown, VA 23693
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2 - 3 Beds
Langley Family Housing
Langley Afb, VA 23665
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3 - 4 Beds
Military
Jamestown
Newport News, VA 23601
$742 - $1,285
Studio - 3 Beds
Falcon Creek Apartments
Hampton, VA 23666
$910 - $1,146
1 - 2 Beds
Hilton Village Townhomes
Newport News, VA 23601
From $1
Studio - 3 Beds
Hampton Center
Hampton, VA 23666
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1 - 3 Beds
Riverlands
Newport News, VA 23605
$645 - $1,070
1 - 3 Beds
Township in Hampton Woods
Hampton, VA 23666
$685 - $1,800
1 - 2 Beds
From $1,032
1 Bed
Short-Term
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Guide to Williamsburg

Williamsburg Apartments For Rent

Williamsburg is a tiny city in eastern Virginia. With only 9.1 square miles of area, Williamsburg had a population of 15,167 in 2012. This petite city is home to the renowned College of William & Mary. Aside from being home to such an amazing institution of higher education, Williamsburg has a rich history. There is so much to see and do here, and soon you’ll get to see for yourself.

Between 1630 and 1633, the settlement, Middle Plantation, was created. In 1699, this settlement was made the capital of the Virginia colony and renamed Williamsburg. The newly needed capitol building was built across from the  College of William & Mary, which was established in 1693. In 1722, the town was granted a royal charter, making it a city. After all of this, the city of Williamsburg grew immensely and became a center of politics, economy, and social life. The Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776, followed by the Revolutionary War that same year.

During the war, in 1780, the capital was moved from Williamsburg to Richmond. Unfortunately, the loss of the capital caused Williamsburg to lose some of its prominence and population. Luckily, the College of William & Mary was still growing — at least until the Civil War in 1861, which depleted the student body. Even into the 20th century, Williamsburg was a small “sleepy town.” However, Williamsburg has been revived lately, making it a true tourist attraction, especially Colonial Williamsburg.

Things to Do in Williamsburg:

This tiny city holds some pretty amazing jewels. There may not be a ton of land here, but when it comes to things to do in Williamsburg, there are certainly some fun times to be had. Whether you are interested in history, recreational activities, thrill rides, theater, or delicious food, you can find all of these and more after renting an apartment in Williamsburg.

There are wonderful attractions in Williamsburg that the whole family can enjoy. View the Victory Monument as you sail down York River and into the past on an Alliance Tall Ship Cruise. With all the roller coasters, shows, characters, dining options, and unique shopping venues available, everyone will have a blast at Busch Gardens Williamsburg. Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! is one attraction you won’t want to miss as it is filled with amazing artifacts that you won’t find anywhere else. Live in the days of the Revolutionary War with a visit to Colonial Williamsburg.

Colonial Williamsburg is a National Historic Landmark District and a living-history museum. Colonial Williamsburg is part of the Historic Triangle of Virginia, along with Yorktown and Jamestown. These important historic sites are connected by the Colonial Parkway, a scenic parkway that is part of Colonial National Historical Park. While many of the buildings have been reconstructed, original structures include the Colonial Williamsburg Courthouse, built in 1770; Bruton Parish Church, built in 1677; and parts of William & Mary’s “Ancient Campus” such as the Wren Building, started in 1695. The Wren Building, completed in 1700, is the oldest academic building in the US.

If art and culture is what you seek, then Williamsburg has plenty to offer. With a wide range of art in various mediums dating back to the 14th century, the Muscarelle Museum of Art has all the art that one person could need. Opera in Williamsburg is a company of world-class actors and singers, combining their talents to present fully-staged operas to the city. Performing classical arrangements as well as pop hits, the Williamsburg Symphonia brings art to the city through the beauty of instruments.

Enjoy all the different outdoor adventures in Williamsburg, no matter what you prefer. Go for a nice bike ride down the 23-mile Colonial Parkway. Adjacent to the Colonial Parkway is new Quarter Park, a place where all can partake in hiking, fishing, kayaking, disc golf, and even a picnic. Quarterpath Park & Recreation Center is 23 acres of fun, including softball fields, tennis courts, volleyball courts, a six-lane swimming pool, and a playground.

Dining in Williamsburg will satisfy any appetite, no matter what it may be craving. For made-from-scratch, innovative dishes, Sushiya Japanese Restaurant is the best spot for sushi in the city. Voted #1 Italian restaurant by several sources, Antonio’s Ristorante Italiano has all the favorites for the entire family. In Colonial Williamsburg there are four taverns that serve up delicious historic cuisine to make you feel like you’re back in time. With local spots like Duck Donuts, Extraordinary Cupcakes, and MAD About Chocolate, every sweet tooth in Williamsburg will be satisfied.

What to Consider When Moving to Williamsburg:

Whether you are moving to Williamsburg by yourself or with a family, there are always things to consider when relocating. The important factors to consider when moving to an apartment in Williamsburg, and anywhere else really, are economy, climate, school systems, higher education, annual events and military presence. In Williamsburg, the main factor to consider is definitely education.

Education in Williamsburg ranges through all ages. Providing education to the youth in the city is the Williamsburg-James City County Public School system. This is joint school system with 15 schools, serving 9,000 students. There are nine elementary schools, three middle schools, and three high schools. One of the elementary schools, James River, is a magnet school offering the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme.

When it comes to higher education, Williamsburg is home to The College of William & Mary (W&M). Founded in 1693, The College of William & Mary is the second oldest college in the U.S. While the name does say college, this institution is indeed a university — and a research university at that. Until 1905 this university was private. In 2013, W&M had a total of 8,376 of students and an academic staff of 595 individuals.

Offering bachelors, masters, doctorates, and professional degrees, W&M has one faculty and four schools – Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Mason School of Business, School of Education, Law, and Marine Science.

Why Williamsburg Apartments Are Hot:

Williamsburg apartments are doused in history and culture. The streets are overflowing with the past, the present, and education. There is nothing that can’t be done or achieved in Williamsburg. With so much culture in such a small space, there is no doubt that each day will present a new experience for you and anyone that may be moving to Williamsburg with you. Take the time to enjoy all museums, the performing arts, the restaurants, the attractions, and the recreational outlets. Williamsburg is an amazing city and soon you’ll get to experience it all.

Why Williamsburg?

  • Exciting events include exploring Williamsburg’s haunted history with the Tavern Ghost Walk and Ghosts Amongst Us.
  • The Public Hospital of 1773 contains the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum and the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum.
  • Archeologists are still exploring historic Jamestown and in 2010, they discovered remains of the 1608 church where Pocahontas married John Rolfe.
  • Visit beautiful Merchants Square and catch a live performance at the unique Kimball Theatre.
  • Berkeley Plantation is the most historic plantation on the James River, site of the first official Thanksgiving in 1619.
  • Historic Yorktown is 15 minutes from Williamsburg along the Colonial Parkway and is the site of a major Revolutionary War victory.