Days Inn Yorktown

4531 G. Washingtn Memorial Hwy, Yorktown, VA, 2369
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Williamsburg on a mural in Old Town AlexandriaWilliamsburg on a mural in Old Town Alexandria

The French batteryThe French battery

The Custom HouseThe Custom House

Oystering and crabbingOystering and crabbing

Travel Tips for Yorktown

Battlefields

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You can pay $5 in the visitors centre, which enables you to drive around to the various battlefields. You can see where the British defence lines were, the French and the American lines which includes the headquarters of General Washington.

You are given a map of the route to take and you will need to give yourself a few hours if you wish to see it all.

Water Country

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Again this place is only about 20 minutes from Yorktown.
Our son and his friend were there queuing for the park to open at 10.00am. He said that when the gates opened it was like a stampede everyone running to get the best loungers/seats in the best positions!

They did like the park but actually did not go on each water ride as they said some of the queues were at least an hour long! They spent quite a bit of time in Surfers Bay which has wave machines. Also the Hubba-Hubba Highway was good they said, its kind of like a curvy river and you can either swin round it, or sit in rubber rings, the only problem he said that was because it was so busy, people tended to push at each other. The Jet Streams was another water feature they liked.

The park is open from May - September, check web site for closing times as this does differ from anything between 6pm -8pm

All in all they enjoyed both parks.

Grace Church

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In 1697 Grace Church was built. It has survived wars and a great fire in 1814.

Gun powder and ammunition was stored here during the siege of Yorktown. During the Civil War it was used as a hospital.

The church is open daily 9-5pm

Customs House

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The Customs House was where the sea captains came to pay the duty for their cargoes.

It was originally a private storehouse of Richard Ambler and was built in brick. It became General Magruder's headquarters during the Civil War. Now the Daughters of the American Revolution maintain it as a museum.

The Visitors Centre

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Start off by visiting the Visitors Centre, there you can get maps, and there are exhibitions, and audio stories of the siege's of Yorktown.

Here you can also catch the trolley bus.

There is also a shop selling books etc of the history of Yorktown.

Toilets in the Visitors Centre.

There is no place in the centre to buy a drink, but there was a water fountain, I filled up my water bottle here!

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Address: 4531 G. Washingtn Memorial Hwy, Yorktown, VA, 2369