Thursday, December 1, 2022

Spring Tickets Specials Available for Jamestown Settlement, American Revolution Museum at Yorktown

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JAMES CITY-Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown are offering spring ticket specials for visitors to come out and explore the museums and grounds of the historic attractions.

Guests can learn more about America’s first permanent English colony and the cultures of early American Indian, European, and West Central Africa during the time period at Jamestown Settlement. The American Revolution Museum at Yorktown focuses on the founding of our country as a result of the Revolutionary War. Both attractions have indoor and outdoor exhibits that visitors can explore safely.

Ticket options include an online combination ticket for seven days of unlimited admission to both museums as well as annual pass admission specials for residents and non-residents of Virginia. There is also an America’s Historic Triangle ticket that includes seven days of unlimited admission to both attractions plus Colonial Williamsburg, Historic Jamestowne, and Yorktown Battlefield.

For a complete list of admission ticket specials and fees, visit

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