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Amazing place! A lot to see and a lot to do! Go in the church, sit near the water, see the archaerium and view the foundations of old houses!
Admission is free with a National Park Annual Pass.
Be sure to visit to archaearium to see what they've dug up here! It's fascinating!
Stand on the footbridge and see what's going on in the Pitch & Tar Swamp (so named because the colonists used the resin from the pine trees nearby for turpentine and naval stores).
Definitely take the Archeology Tour, it was a pleasant surprise!
Leap into the birth of the united states. See the reconstructed original fort, skeleton of a cannibalized settler, and the views of the indefatigable Jamestown settlers.
Tickets are $14 for adults, $0 for kids under 15, are good for 7 days and also get you into Yorktown Battlefield (not Victory Center).
This is a cannot miss for any American! The Archaeologist's tour was phenomenal! Plan at least 4-5 hours to see everything, take all of the tours, and spend time in the museum. Go on a sunny day!
I'm pumped for the guided tour!
Definitely take the time to explore the Nathalie P. & Alan M. Voorhees Archaearium- it's fascinating!
HJT's eagles have 3 eaglets!
April 7th is Archaeology Day! Woo Hoo!
The American Bald Eagles are busy with their nest!
Visit the Nathalie P. & Alan M. Voorhees Archaearium