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Posted on: January 21, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Fee Free Days at Historic Jamestowne

Historic Jamestowne Captain John Smith statue facing towards land

Throughout the year, there are several fee free days at Historic Jamestowne. On these select days, there are no admission fees. 

Fee Free Days

  • Saturday, April 18 in honor of National Junior Ranger Day
  • Tuesday, Aug. 25 in honor of the National Park Service Founders Day
  • Saturday, Sept. 26 in honor of National Public Lands Day
  • Monday, Nov. 11 in commemoration of Veterans Day

Admission is $20 for those 16 years of age and older and complimentary for those 15 years of age and younger. For more information about tickets and special events, please visit the Historic Jamestowne website.

Call 757-856-1250 for more information or questions.

About Historic Jamestowne

Historic Jamestowne is the original site of the first permanent English settlement in America and is open for visitors seven days a week. Visitors can experience archaeology firsthand as Jamestown Rediscovery archaeologists continue to excavate James Fort. Walking tours are available with park rangers, an archaeologist or a costumed living history character. There are exhibits and galleries located in the Visitor Center and the Historic Jamestowne archaeological museum, the Archaearium. One of the first industries of America can be seen at the Glasshouse, where costumed glassblowers demonstrate the craft daily. Lastly, the Island Loop Drive explores the natural environment and can be explored by car, bicycle or foot. Special events are available but may cost an additional fee. Historic Jamestowne is jointly administered by the National Park Service and Jamestown Rediscovery (on behalf of Preservation Virginia).

Media Contact:
Laura Messer, Tourism & Marketing Coordinator

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