Williamsburg Jamestown Airport

Privately – Owned & Publicly—Used since 1970
Proudly serving the Historic Triangle: Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown

Current fuel Prices as of 6/16/2024
AVGAS 6.30
JetA 5.80
Contract JetA 5.30
No credit card fee for Titan Card holders.

Local Attractions

Fun things to do while you’re here.

The Williamsburg Jamestown Airport is located in beautiful Williamsburg, just minutes from Virginia’s most exciting attractions, including Colonial Williamsburg, Busch Gardens, Jamestown, Yorktown, and Water Country, USA. We have something for everyone: History, theme parks, national parks, boating, beaches, shopping, and more!

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Charly’s Airport Restaurant

Charly'sCharly’s Airport Restaurant serves lunch daily from 11:00AM until 3:00PM Monday through Friday, and 11:00AM until 4:00PM Saturday and Sunday.

We are renowned for our fresh baked bread, daily specials, soups, and delicious home made deserts. Enjoy the view from inside or out on the patio if you prefer!

 Colonial Williamsburg

Colonial WilliamsburgOnly 3 miles from the airport. Plan a trip to Colonial Williamsburg. Step back in time to experience the ideas and dreams of both great and everyday people on the eve of the American Revolution.

The process of defining our country’s values and beliefs started in Williamsburg more than 200 years ago, and it continues to this day.

 Jamestown Settlement

JamestownIt’s 1607, Jamestown, and you are there….

Relive the adventure of 1607 when 104 Englishmen dropped anchor and began to build America’s first permanent English colony in Jamestown, Virginia.

Explore life at the dawn of the 17th century inside the palisade of a re-created colonial fort, discover the world of Pocahontas in the Powhatan Indian village, and experience the four-month passage to the New World on board replicas of the three ships that brought the settlers to Virginia. Extensive indoor galleries tell the compelling stories of Jamestown, from its beginnings in England through its often turbulent first century, and of Virginia’s Powhatan Indians.

Busch Gardens

Busch GardensBusch Gardens Williamsburg will thrill the entire family! Virginia’s best rides, attractions, shows, animal encounters, dining and Sesame Street for the little ones.

With dozens of thrilling rides and attractions, eight main stage shows, a wide variety of authentic foods and shops, and a magical children’s area, Busch Gardens Williamsburg is the ticket to a world-class adventure.

 Water Country USA

Busch GardensWater Country USA is a water theme park in York County, Virginia, about 3 miles southeast of Williamsburg, Virginia, USA. Get soaked at Water Country USA’s ultimate family raft ride Big Daddy Falls. Guests speed through Big Daddy™s 670 feet of twisting and turning flumes and tunnels.

Watch out for the waterfalls and water cannons!

 Yorktown Victory Center

Yorktown Victory CenterTwo American milestones, one historic place…

1607 and 1781, and you are there…. The story of America’s beginnings – from the first permanent English settlement in 1607 to the decisive Revolutionary War victory in 1781 – is told at Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Victory Center.

Through film, indoor exhibition galleries and outdoor living history, discover the lives of English settlers and Powhatan Indians at the dawn of colonial America, and those of Continental Army soldiers and Tidewater farming families who endured the Revolution and witnessed the formation of the new nation.

 Virginia Aviation Museum

The Virginia Aviation Museum is a division of the Science Museum of Virginia. This shrine to the “Golden Age of Aviation” enhances the Science Museum’s aerospace exhibits with its extensive collection of vintage flying machines. You’ll see Capt. Dick Merrill’s 1930s open cockpit mail plane; a special exhibit on Virginia’s legendary Adm. Richard E. Byrd and his Stars and Stripes, the first American scientific research aircraft to fly in Antarctica; airworthy replicas of the Wright Brothers 1900, 1901 and 1902 gliders; and a World War I SPAD VII in mint condition!Learn which planes earned the nicknames: Rolls Royce, Cadillac and Flying Bathtub.

Stroll past exhibits on pioneer aviation, World War II and the Virginia Aviation Hall of Fame. Enjoy aviation films and lectures in the Benn Theater. And if that’s still not enough, how about the incomparable SR-71 Blackbird! That’s right, a real SR-71 is on permanent display at your Virginia Aviation Museum. Come witness this impressive aircraft and learn about its development and operations.

100 Marclay Road
Williamsburg, VA 23185