"A Colonial Christmas" at Jamestown Settlement
At Jamestown Settlement, a museum 17th-century Virginia, enjoy interpretive programs that compare and contrast English holiday traditions. Programs in the outdoor living-history areas allow visitors to learn about the English colonists' first Christmas at sea in 1606, Indian hospitality shown to Capt. John Smith's trading party during a winter storm, and about the Lord of Misrule, "Grand captain of all mischief."
Holiday Tickets, Tours & Packages
Combination ticket with Yorktown Victory Center, museum of the American Revolution: $20.50 adults, $10.25 ages 6-12, a 20% savings on individual admission. Jamestown Settlement admission: $16.00 adults; $7.50 ages 6-12. Yorktown Victory Center admission: $9.75 adults, $5.50 ages 6-12. Children under 6 are free. Parking is free.
A History is Fun for the Holidays ticket, when purchased online, offers seven days of unlimited admission to both museums and includes coupon booklets for Williamsburg Premium Outlets and the Historic Yorktown Rewards Card. Guided Christmas tours of Jamestown Settlement available December 1-21 with advance reservations; space limited to 25 people per tour. Customized private tours available. Several other multi-attraction holiday ticket and package options are available.
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM