Historic Jamestowne Visitor Center

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  • Address: 1368 Colonial Pkwy, Jamestown, VA 23081, USA, Washington D. C., United States
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-7578561250
  • Tags: Museums, Family And Kids

Historic Jamestowne is a cultural museum located in Washington, USA. This museum is located on the historic James Fort of 1607. This famous tourist destination is located on the banks of James River. This museum depicts the stories and cultures of three regions namely European, North American and African. Once you visit Washington, you must pay a visit to this historically rich museum located on the beautiful banks of the river James.

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  • Historic Jamestowne Visitor Center Address: 1368 Colonial Pkwy, Jamestown, VA 23081, USA, Washington D. C., United States
  • Historic Jamestowne Visitor Center Contact Number: +1-7578561250
  • Historic Jamestowne Visitor Center Timing: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
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  • The Visitor Center for the Jamestown site. Not to be confused with the Settlement. A film, a few exhibits and artifacts. Restrooms of course and a gift shop. Entry way to the Jamestown Historic site. Partly run by the Federal government. Remember to check the weather before going. Also remember to check the websites to see what discounts are available for you.

  • Our tour guide was awesome. It was 90+ degrees he was full of energy and made the tour fun. I am writing this about an hour later so I'm sorry I can't remember his name. But thank you US Parks service for employing people that care.

  • Great national park. On the actual site of the original fort. The archaeology museum on site is top notch with a lot of super cool artifacts. It's an active dig site, so things are always being discovered. Highly recommend exploring this place, driving the colonial parkway, and then checking out Yorktown battlefield. You can do it in one day, but I wish we had spent an extra day here.

  • This was so great. Lots of history, great reenactment, and not too hug. The kids dig was a hit for my kids. Interactive history getting the kids involved. The cafe has a variety of choices for sandwiches and salads. vegetarian items available as well

  • The national Park service has done it again. Another great experience for our family. Their interpreter in the archaerium was fantastic and had them mesmerized. The food at the Dale house was fantastic. The wind blew a ham sandwich over and they replaced it with a smile. Highly recommend a few hours time well worth it.

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