WILLIAMSBURG — Busch Gardens Williamsburg (BGW) has announced that it has retained the title of the “World’s Most Beautiful Park.”
The award was part of the thirty-fifth annual National Amusement Park Historical Association (NAPHA) survey. NAPHA is an organization dedicated to the preservation, documentation and enjoyment of the amusement and theme park industry—past, present and future.
BGW has now received this accolade for thirty-one consecutive years.
“Busch Gardens Williamsburg has sustained this continued excellence thanks to teamwork! Coordinating and communicating with departments on prioritizing work for special events was extremely important this year. Without the continued passion and hard work from Landscape ambassadors, our park would not be able to show off its natural beauty,” said Jason Ingram, Landscape Manager for Busch Gardens Williamsburg. “We are humbled to know that our park is still regarded as the World’s Most Beautiful Amusement Park in the world for the 31st consecutive year. Thank you to all the voters and our loyal visitors.”
BGW is currently holding its annual Bier Fest on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The fest has new biergarten and a wide variety of drafts to include local brews. There is also live music and beer-inspired dishes for guests to try. Bier Fest will last through September 6.
For more information, visit the website for Busch Gardens Williamsburg.