The Golden Age of Yorktown 1710-1760
Sunday, October 10th, 2021
(Children under the age of 12 are FREE)
From the early 1700’s through the middle 1700’s, Yorktown was “Golden”. Yorktown grew to a thriving town of 2000 inhabitants. Tobacco was king! The port was bustling with ships going in and out of Yorktown to the Mother Country in England. As we stroll down Main Street, guests will learn about what life was like during this period of Yorktown’s history.
*Meet at Mobjack Bay Coffee Roasters and Petite Café
*Children 12 and under FREE, must be accompanied by parent, please add # of children attending in notes section during purchase
*Photo provided by the National Park Services