Explore replicas of the ships that brought the English colonists to Virginia, explore the life-size re-creation of a military fort and a Powhatan village and relive the days of the early 17th century, all at the historical attraction. Thirteen years before the Pilgrims made their voyage to America, 104 English men and boys made a home on the banks of Virginia’s James River. The Virginia Company of London wanted to make a profit from whatever resources the “New World” may bring, and therefore funded the voyage of these men in 1607. After suffering through many hardships that threatened lives, the men and boys were able to survive and became America’s first permanent English colony.
About the Combo Ticket
In addition to your basic admission, you will also get a self-guided tour of the American Revolution Museum and it's sure to be an intriguing time! Here, guests will find a multitude of exhibits and displays all dedicated to portraying the true history of the Battle of Yorktown. This self-guided adventure allows guests to experience everything at their own pace as well.
- Approximately how long could a customer plan to spend?
Guests spend about 2 hours here. With the Yorktown combo ticket guests spend about 4 hours.
- What amenities are available?
Eateries and gift shops.
- Are wheelchairs and strollers available? Is there a rental fee?
Yes, on a first-come first-serve basis.
- Is it handicap accessible?
- Is photography & video recording allowed?
- For what ages is it appropriate?
- Is parking available? Is it free?
Yes. Parking is free.
Saturday, 12/19/2020 - Wednesday, 1/6/2021Location: A Colonial Christmas
From the first "American" Christmas celebration held by English colonists still sailing towards the new land in 1606 to a look at the average traditions of a 1780's Virginia farmer, A Colonial Christmas is an interesting glimpse into America's holiday history, perfect for any trip.