Citizens of Yorktown Walking Tour- Entrepreneurs 1600’s to Today, Sunday, May 2nd, 1-2pm

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Citizens of Yorktown Walking Tour- Entrepreneurs 1600’s to Today


(Children under 12 are free)

Sunday, May 2nd


Entrepreneurship began in Yorktown in the 1620s with tobacco plantations popping up along the York River. It continued when Yorktown became a valuable colonial port in 1691 and merchants like “Scotch” Tom Nelson immigrated to the new world to make their fortunes.

This tour will explore other entrepreneurs of Yorktown including female tavern owners, a famous African American barber, a “Poor Potter” and others who built Yorktown and America!

*This Tour will begin at Mobjack Bay Coffee Roasters

Must be able to walk at a leisurely pace for an hour with stops along the way
Children 12 and under FREE, must be accompanied by parent, please add # of children attending in notes section during purchase
Masks required when standing closer than 6 feet to another guest
Masks required inside Mobjack Bay Coffee
*Picture Courtesy of The National Park