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New Yorktown Museum

Transforming Yorktown Victory Center into American Revolution Museum at Yorktown

American Revolution Museum at Yorktown

The Yorktown Victory Center is undergoing a transformation with an imposing new facility – the façade linked to Yorktown area architecture – and a reconfigured site plan allowing for expanded, vibrant gallery exhibits and enhanced outdoor interpretive programming. A new name – American Revolution Museum at Yorktown® – will be implemented upon completion of the project in late 2016. The original Yorktown Victory Center building, dating to 1976, was designed primarily to serve as a visitor center and was adapted to serve evolving needs. The new plan presents an extraordinary opportunity to provide visitors a renewed perspective on the meaning and impact of the American Revolution and an exceptionally compelling experience to complement other attractions in the Yorktown-Williamsburg-Jamestown area.

The Yorktown Victory Center continues to welcome visitors throughout construction, which started in mid-2012. Early planning was funded by state appropriations and revenue generated by the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, the state agency that operates the Yorktown Victory Center. Building and exhibit construction and renovations to the site, including living-history areas, are funded by the Commonwealth of Virginia. Private donations to the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, Inc., are supporting elements of gallery and outdoor exhibits and educational resources. Beginning with the dedication of a cornerstone on May 10, 2013, we invite you to take a look at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown project in progress.

Learn more about the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown:

Museum overview

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Outdoor Interpretive Areas

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Museum Artifact Gallery


Learn more about the new American Revolution Museum at Yorktown, scheduled to open in late 2016.