There is Jamestown Settlement, the recreated Jamestown, built in 1956 and administered by the State of VA. See more information below.No imagination needed here. This
"Settlement" is a recreation of Jamestown as it might
have appeared 1607-1624. It is complete with recreated fort,
ships and Indian village staffed by costumed interpreters
. It was built by the State of Virginia
in 1956 and administered by the Jamestown & Yorktown
"Foundation". While not at the
original site, Jamestown Settlement is close to it. Hear the story of the colonists fight for survival as told by your private guide.
A visit to Jamestown Settlement is terrific. Visitors of all ages can see, touch and experience how the colonists and Native American Indians lived.
But for a really unforgettable visit,
take my guided tour to experience the history in a unique way, as a participant.
My tour guests will be introduced to the history from the colonists perspective. Guests will participate in a play of Captain John Smith being captured, then see Smith taken to see Big Chief Powhatan in an Indian Lodge. Will the guest portraying Pocahontas be successful in convincing her father to spare Captain John Smith's life ? This is a fun way to experience the real story of the early founding of this great country. Come join me for a private tour and take home great memories.
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View a clip of the a new movie
about Jamestown Settlement
THE NEW WORLD
click above to view the trailer
OOPS! The best part of the movie is the clip.
Colin Farrell stars as Captain John Smith
The movie credits say it was based on historical events. NOT!
It is claimed to be an adventure based on the founding of the Jamestown Settlement in 1607. NOT!
This movie "The New World" turns out to be a 2 hour soap opera focusing on Colin Farrell who appears to be under the influence of drugs the whole movie. He has few lines and seems like he would rather be somewhere else. Rather than acting the part of the strong character of Captain John Smith, the savior of the colony, Farrell is listless, often gazing off in the distance or at the ground. No history is represented correctly. That it claimed to be based on historical events is a distortion. It is as if when making this movie, historical events were put into a hat and of the very few withdrawn to be used, they were then placed in random order, and then distorted. This is one of the the worst movies ever. Even Disney's earlier movies of Captain John Smith and Pocahontas, with it's corruption of Jamestown history, did it better!
Come to Jamestown with me as your guide and hear the true story. The true story is awesome.
Hopefully one day, someone will tell the true story in a movie. The true story will be better than anything that could be fabricated.
Captain John Smith - the man
VISITOR WARNING !
Visitors To Williamsburg and Jamestown
May Get Hooked For Life And Feel A Need To Return Frequently
Reliving the Colonial Period is awesome, but there is more.
There are unforgettable
21st Century contemporary experiences that you may not want
to miss. If you play golf, you will not want to miss the opportunity
to play a round of golf at any of our areas award winning courses
such as the Greens Course or the Golden Horseshoe Golf Course in Colonial Williamsburg only a few blocks from the restored area, or the great course
For other remarkable memories, you may wish to try the heart
pounding blood-chilling rush of giant roller coasters or maybe
you would like the more serene but entertaining walks through
festive European villages at Bush Gardens.