The past is ever present in Williamsburg but the town also has a lot of romantic things to do for couples who want to spend some quiet time and talk about their future. Sunken Garden, located on the Old Campus of the College of William and Mary, is an expansive stretch of grass that is extremely popular with students and others who just want to hang out. A short distance from Williamsburg town life lies the tranquil natural beauty of York River State Park, which is a popular destination for nature lovers. St. Bede Catholic Church is a lovely brick church named after an English Benedictine monk and is considered one of Williamsburg's architectural triumphs. Williamsburg Winery produces almost 25 percent of all the wine made in Virginia. It holds tours and tastings year-round and, if you go, make sure to get a taste of the most popular wine made at the vineyard, Governor's White. Williamsburg is an enchanting mix of old and new and the two come together nicely in the city's' many activities ideal for two people interested in romance.
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Colonial Williamsburg Foundation