Jamestown Settlement

Jamestown Settlement, created for the 350th anniversary of our Nation’s first established town, is a living history museum created to honor and convey that original colony founded in 1607.  The museum and replica installations of James Fort, a Powhatan Indian Village, and the original colonists’ ships, named the Susan Constant, Godspeed and Discovery, are situated off the Colonial Parkway near Jamestown Island, the original site of Historic Jamestowne.

Past Expedition Dates: June & November 2013, January 2014, July and November 2015, February – April 2016.

Explore more wonderful heritage in Colonial America through stunning photographs and helpful insights from Colonial WilliamsburgHistoric Jamestowne and Yorktown, and XplorMor Team member Julia’s journal entry Exploring Colonial America.

Learn more about Colonial National Historical Park, including volunteer opportunities at Historic Jamestowne Post and Museum through the National Park Service.

Jamestown Settlement XplorMor Inc
Jamestown Settlement XplorMor Inc
Jamestown Settlement XplorMor Inc
Jamestown Settlement XplorMor Inc

Explore more XplorMor World Wide Photographic and Terrain Expeditions, and delve deeper into the journey through Xplorer Journals written by our team and guest contributors. These are first-hand accounts from the expeditions, offering tips, insights and stunning photography. Then discover our web and print ready images to enhance your publications.

Please contact us for your future expeditions and worldwide explorations. No project is too big or too small! 

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