Special Homeschool Savings at Jamestown Settlement
(Wherever Homeschool Savings Happen)
Jamestown Homeschool Days
Looking for something to do from February 27 through March 7, 2010? Pack up the homeschooling family and head to Jamestown Settlement for nine days of hands-on learning fun at deeply discounted savings.
Through indoor and outdoor living history exhibits, you and your children will learn about the people who settled Jamestown and the Indians they encountered at Jamestown. Your family can board three life-size replicas of the ships that sailed from England in 1607, explore re-creations of the colonists' fort and a Powhatan village and more; all with costumed historical interpreters who show your kids what life was like in the early 17th century!
Discounted tickets are $10.25 per family member and include unlimited admission to both the Jamestown Settlement and the Yorktown Victory Center throughout the entire date range ? pretty cool! (Regular admission price for an adult is $19.25 for both museums and can only be used once - so your getting terrific savings.)
Your children can also pre-register at no additional cost (space is limited) for optional student hands-on classroom programs and family tours of the museums' outdoor living-history areas ? Powhatan Indian village, replica 1607 ships, re-created colonial fort and riverfront discovery area at Jamestown Settlement and re-created Continental Army encampment and 1780s farm at the Yorktown Victory Center.
Classroom programs last one hour and address Virginia and United States standards of learning for history and social studies. Students can enroll in one of three programs at each museum, according to grade level.
One more thing... your little ones (ages 3 and under) get free admission. :)
To register, contact Group Reservations at (757) 253-4939 or toll-free (888) 868-7593, or e-mail email@example.com. For more information, visit the Jamestown Settlement/York Victory Center website
Can't make this one? Mark your calendar for the Fall 2010 Homeschool Program, September 11-26, 2010.