Cedar Grove Area Attractions and Lodging

Located almost equidistant between Richmond and Williamsburg Virginia, Cedar Grove Plantation is convenient to a great variety of historic and amusement attractions as well a wide range of lodging choices.

Historic:
  • Yorktown Battlefield (43 miles) – site of famous Revolutionary War battle where Lord Cornwallis surrendered to George Washington in 1781, thus ending the war and securing independence for the United States.
  • Jamestown (35 miles) – Location of the first permanent English settlement in 1607.
  • Williamsburg (32 miles) – Historic Colonial Williamsburg was the political and cultural center of Britain’s largest colony in the New World. It is the nation’s largest living history museum encompassing 301 acres including 500 buildings, homes, stores and taverns restored to their 18th-century appearances.
  • James River Plantations (15 to 40 miles) – Along scenic Virginia Route 5 in Charles City County five outstanding examples of the culture and history of over 250 years are found in Sherwood Forest, Westover, Shirley, Evelynton, and Berkeley plantations.
  • Saint Peter’s Church
  • Petersburg Battleground
  • Cold Harbor Battleground
  • Virginia Capitol Building

General and Amusement
  • New Kent Winery
  • Busch Gardens Williamsburg
  • Water Country USA
  • Air and Space Museum
  • Colonial Downs – horse racing track betting
Lodging:
  • Williamsburg Area
    • Williamsburg Inn
    • Marriott’s Manor Club at Ford’s Colony
    • Williamsburg Lodge
    • Kingsmill Resort & Spa
    • Wedmore Place
  • Richmond Area
    • Jefferson Hotel
    • Crowne Plaza Hotel
    • Richmond Marriott
    • The Berkeley Hotel
Cedar Grove Plantation Weddings - 5900 Emmaus Church Rd - Providence Forge, VA 23140 - 804.512.0849
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