Hello. We are planning a summer getaway to Washington-DC, Colonial Williamsburg and Busch Gardens. I know that my three teenagers will tolerate CW because I want to go there in order to get to roller coaster day. I have been looking at the tickets and was shocked by the prices. It will cost $250 for my family to go to CW and I am afraid that the kids may be bored with the history after a couple of hours and I will be forced to leave to save my sanity. What do you get for the ticket price vs what you get if you go into Williamburg to walk around and not tour the interior of the houses? I have a limited budget and it will be very difficult to purchase the tickets and then not use them to the full advantage. Will the streets be open to view the outdoor activities or will they be roped off if we opt not to buy a ticket? What about Jamestown and Yorktown? Is it a wise idea to consider the historic triangle pass? I did see the Williamsburg bounce pass but the cost was $700 and my family does not want to go to the waterpark so we are doing to buy tickets al a carte. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.