Jamestown Settlement American Revolution Museum 7-Day Ticket

Jamestown Settlement American Revolution Museum 7-Day Ticket


Tour description

Visit: American Revolution Museum at Yorktown, 200 Water St, Yorktown, VA 23690, USA

At the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown, take a journey of historic proportions to explore the founding of our nation, capturing the transformational nature & epic scale of the American Revolution – & its relevance today.

Discover the stories of ordinary people who lived in an extraordinary time in expansive exhibition galleries that set the stage for a truly national perspective with 22,000-square-feet of evocative exhibits with nearly 500 period artifacts, immersive environments, interactive displays & 4D theater where the Siege of Yorktown unfolds on a 180-degree surround screen.

Experience hands-on history with historical expertise from costumed interpreters as they demonstrate the daily lives of citizens & soldiers during the Revolution. Join an artillery crew to fire the cannon, enlist as a soldier in the re-created Continental Army encampment & lend a hand on the re-created Revolution-era farm.

Open year-round 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, except Christmas & New Year’s days

Duration: 3 hours

Visit: Jamestown Settlement, 2110 Jamestown Rd, Williamsburg, VA 23185, USA

At Jamestown Settlement, set sail to the past to discover America’s first permanent English colony and the Powhatan Indian, English and west central African cultures that converged in Jamestown – planting the seeds for a new nation.

Explore the stories of real people and events in refreshed galleries that incorporate new historical research and innovative technology to create 30,000-square-feet of immersive exhibits with more than 500 rare artifacts, dynamic displays, interactive experiences and 4-D theater where Bacon’s Rebellion comes to life with state-of-the-art special effects.

Get hands-on with history alongside costumed interpreters as they demonstrate daily life in early Virginia. Live like Pocahontas in a re-created Paspahegh Town, climb aboard re-creations of the three ships that brought the colonists to Virginia and explore the re-created colonial fort to learn how they lived.

Open year-round 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, except Christmas and New Year’s days.

Duration: 3 hours

What's included

  • Free Parking

What's not included

  • Food and drinks, available to purchase in the Cafe
  • Historic Jamestown & Yorktown Battlefield are not included
  • Museum are closed on Christmas and New Year's Days.

Provider Photos

  • See these Tall Ships up close!

  • Explore a real base camp site!


User Reviews

  • Charles N
    While our family did enjoy the living history portion at the Jamestown Settlement….we did NOT agree with pushing the Woke agenda! It’s supposed to be history; not personal views!!
  • travelersbest726
    This was a very educational place to learn about the history of the settlement . This is definitely worth the seven day ticket for families
  • RedddBeard
    We had a two-day pass for Jamestown and Yorktown. We were at the Museum for Jamestown's 400th anniversary in 2007. It is an unbelievable place and worth the money; you could/should spend hours there! We also had lunch in the museum - the chef's salad is definitely worth the money and the dining area is very clean.
  • LindaFink_F
    The Yorktown Revolutionary Museum was so educational. We really loved it. The Old Jamestown Settlement was worth the visit. However, after getting our tickets at Yorktown and the sticker to wear one lady at Jamestown Settlement was extremely rude and really awful and mean. She was an older ( kinda overweight) African American. I really wanted to tell her how she came across to us but we didn’t. People like her should not be working with the public. She gave me the same sticker to wear I was already wearing. Rudest person we came across in visiting the area. She spoiled our memories in this area for sure.
  • Alan H
    This is a perfect opportunity to learn about early Virginia history, and the interplay of cultures. Who doesn't love a fort with people performing 17th century tasks, an Indian encampment and three ships?
  • Fearless56745719080
    The Jamestown tour was informative and instrumental in providing relevant information into the start and rise of the USA as a sovereign nation. To see the place where the final separation from England occurred, to be able to walk the streets where the war took place, to see a real live sugar pan that was used to boil sugar, to see statues of my foreparents working in the forging house was so surreal to the point it brought tears ro my eyes. Thanks for sharing this opportunity with me. I truly enjoyed it.
  • Chris H
    Two seniors spent a full day touring the Jamestown Settlement living-history museum run by the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation (an educational agency of the Commonwealth of Virginia) in late September 2022 and thoroughly enjoyed it. This was a return trip in more years than we care to remember and much has changed for the better. There are costumed interpreters located outside at the replicas of an Indian village, the three colonist ships and at the James Fort. The interpreters were all interesting to talk with especially the ship’s crews, who actually sail on the two ships they take out into the Chesapeake Bay occasionally and the “soldier” who demonstrated firing a matchlock musket. We spent about two hours outside then broke for lunch (cafe inside the museum) and then spent the remainder of the day touring the inside of the museum. Overwhelming number of exhibits. Two very well-done short movies on Jamestown and Bacon’s Rebellion. Covered history from prehistoric times to about 1699 when the capital was moved from Jamestown to Williamsburg. YMMV but we love this stuff and read almost everything, so we ended up here from 9am until 5pm. There is so much history here. Very kid friendly. We decided to spend a week in the Williamsburg area so we purchased the America's Historic Triangle Ticket with seven consecutive days' admission for Colonial Williamsburg, Historic Jamestowne/Jamestowne Rediscovered, Jamestown Settlement, American Revolution Museum at Yorktown, and Yorktown Battlefield. Other ticket combinations are also available. See their website.
  • 2424mike
    The museum is fantastic. Great combination of indoor and outdoor displays. Docents are fun to talk to. Get the combo ticket that includes Jamestown.
  • Sightsee485406
    It’s a beautiful place and well maintained heritage. All the staff and guides are well knowledgeable and Curteous. So calming and soothing place
  • Donna_T
    We really enjoyed speaking with the different Indians and settler's on the property. They were extremely knowledgeable and had a lot of really great information to share about how they lived during that time.




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