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Yorktown National Cemetery



Created: 2017/05/17 10:28 AM         Last Updated: 2017/08/17 10:28 AM


Attraction Details Attraction Name:Yorktown National Cemetery

Attraction Type: Historical Site

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Colonial National Historical Park - Yorktown Battlefield

On October 19, 1781, a British army under General Charles Lord Cornwallis was forced to surrender to General Washington’s combined American and French army. Upon hearing of their defeat, British Prime Minister Frederick Lord North is reputed to have said, "Oh God, it's all over." And it was. The victory secured independence for the United States and significantly changed the course of world history.




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Phone Number:(757) 898 2410

E-Mail:Diane_Depew@nps.gov

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Colonial National Historical Park P.O. Box 210 Yorktown VA USA

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Latitude:37.2192392

Longitude:-76.5083562

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Plane



To Park: From Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport (20 minutes from Yorktown), Norfolk International Airport (one hour east) and Richmond International Airport (one hour west) provide commercial air service.









Car



Colonial National Historical Park is located a short distance from Interstate 64 (I-64). Eastbound from the Richmond area via I-64, exit 242B for Yorktown, to the Colonial Parkway. Follow the parkway to its end. West bound Interstate 64 from the Virginia Beach/Norfolk/Hampton area for Yorktown should take Route 105 East (Fort Eustis Boulevard east), exit 250B to Route 17 (George Washington Memorial Highway). Turn left (North) onto Route 17. Follow the signs to the Yorktown Battlefield.





In Park: personal vehicles, bicycles (on paved surfaces only) and on foot. The Colonial Parkway (23 miles) connects the Yorktown and Jamestown units of the park.







Bus



The Historic Triangle Shuttle provides free bus service to Historic Jamestowne and Yorktown Battlefield from the Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center every half hour during the summer between between March 22 through October 31, 2010. 







Public Transportation



AMTRAK has stations in Newport News and Williamsburg. Greyhound has commercial bus service to Newport News and Williamsburg. Rental cars and taxi service are available from all of these locations.






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