There are two areas: one is Jamestown Settlement and the other is
the Jamestown National Historical Park, run by the park service.
This is the Visitors Center for Jamestown Settlement.


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Jamestown Settlement is a living history museum of 17th-century Virginia. - Docents offer tours and demonstrations.  Here we got an explain of canoe building. Three ships are open for tours. A replica of a home from that period Nearby is a replica of a Powhatan Native American village
This is the Visitors Center for the National Historical Park. A walkway has been built above the marsh leading to the site of the original James Fort from 1607. The Tercentenary Monument built in 1907 Reconstructed 17th-century Memorial Church This shows how the original buildings were constructed.
Statue of Captain John Smith Archaeologists working to find original artifacts from 1607. - The site was located right on the shore of the James River. Friday, June 8, we visit Monticello, President Jefferson's home, near - Charlotteville, Virginia.  This is the Visitors Center and Museum. - From here you drive a couple of miles up hill to Monticello. Monticello President Jefferson's gardens

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