Youth and Family Programs

History is fun for families! Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown offer exciting and fun history-based summer programs for children ages 4 and up.  Scout programs involve youth in active learning as they tour the galleries and living-history sites to earn badges. And Home School families will find a year-round daily admission rate, plus an annual two-week Home School Days event offering special themed tours for children of all ages. (Daily rate does not apply during Home School Days).  See all our offerings below.

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