Colonial Williamsburg Good Neighbor Program

good neighbor pass

Technically Williamsburg is beyond my jurisdiction. But if any readers live/attend school in Williamsburg, or if you know anyone in these zip codes, it’s a great savings over the regular Colonial Williamsburg ticket cost of $36 or more.

For $10 a year (free for kids under 17), residents of Williamsburg & environs* can purchase a Good Neighbor Pass for Colonial Williamsburg, which is valid for one year and the following benefits:

Admission to all of Colonial Williamsburg’s exhibition sites and museums
Use of Colonial Williamsburg’s bus service, including shuttle to Yorktown and Jamestown
25% off tickets for most evening programs
25% off up to 20 general admission passes each year per household for your friends and family
Additional special offers & events

Good Neighbor annual passes can be purchased and renewed at Colonial Williamsburg’s Visitor Center or at the Lumber House Ticket Office (open seasonally) on Duke of Gloucester Street. Each member of the family, from the age of 6 and up, must be present to receive a Good Neighbor annual pass.

*Residents of the following zip codes are eligible: 23089, 23090, 23127, 23168, 23185, 23186, 23187, 23188. Also employees of Williamsburg, James City County, or the Bruton District of York County, and teachers in the local school system

William & Mary faculty, staff and their immediate family receive a FREE Good Neighbor annual pass. College of William and Mary students need only show their current ID cards to receive Good Neighbor benefits.

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    August 18th, 2010 by