When General Cornwallis of the British army surrendered to the American and French forces at the Battle of Yorktown, the ... More
Yorktown Victory Monument
When General Cornwallis of the British army surrendered to the American and French forces at the Battle of Yorktown, the American Revolution was drawing to a close. As the Battle of Yorktown was the last major land battle of the war, the 98-foot tall Yorktown Victory Monument was erected to ensure that citizens would always remember the great victory as well as the sacrifices soldiers made to gain independence.
This national historic park administers two of the most historically significant sites in English North America: Jamestown, the first permanent
English settlement in North America in 1607, is administered jointly with the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities, ...
The TownePlace Suites Newport News Yorktown, VA hotel is conveniently located in the Kiln Creek Community on the Newport News
border of Yorktown, VA. Our hotel's easily accessible location off I 64 is centered in the heart of the ...
The mid Atlantic's largest water play park, this park features water rides, slides, and entertainment, all set to a 1950s
and '60s surf theme. Rev up your engines and get ready to rumble on Nitro Racer, a super speed ...