Victory Walking Tours are available every Friday and Saturday, at 1:30 pm and 4:00 pm. Schedule your tour today to save your spot!
You can schedule your tour ahead of time via our online scheduling page or by contacting us.
WE DO ACCEPT WALK-ONS as well! So if for whatever reason you can't schedule ahead of time, just stop by before the tour starts and you can join in if there are slots available.
We do recommend scheduling ahead of time to ensure that you are able to reserve your spot.
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Stand where some of the Revolutionary War's greatest heroes stood.
Learn about the early colonial history and the struggle for liberties in America.
Hear first-hand the history they didn't teach you in school!
About Victory Walking
“Humanity has won its battle. Liberty now has a country.”
-Marquis de Lafayette
Join me, Cahmbriel Clackum, for a guided tour of the port that flourished as it exported Virginia’s biggest cash crop: tobacco. This deep-water port, where in 1774 a lesser-known tea party took place, was the fateful choice of Lord Cornwallis to entrench his army after fleeing the Carolinas. Learn about the amazing sequence of events that created the perfect storm out of which American independence was born.
Here's a quick peek at a few of the sights you will see on your guided walking tour through Yorktown. You can click on the images to view them.
Gallery of the Sights
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"If the French Army could all of a sudden arrive in Virginia and be supported by a squadron, we could do some very good things." These historic words were penned by the Marquis de Lafayette in the Summer of 1781, as he watched the British position at Yorktown.
Visit the place where the world was turned upside down!
Thomas Nelson, Jr served his country both as a brigadier general of the militia and a congressman, even fighting at Yorktown while serving as governor.
Thomas Nelson, Jr Mansion
Visit the shop of Patriot surgeon Corbin Griffin, who spent the siege as a prisoner on board a British ship. He served his country as a soldier and politician.
This tavern was a bustling hub for travelers to Yorktown. This was the perfect place to hear news from around the colonies and even the world.
Born into a prominent Virginia family, Digges served his country as a lawyer and a politician and paid for his devotion to liberty.
Dr. Corbin Griffin’s Medical Shop
Dudley Digges’ House
Come See These Historical Sights on the Walk!
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What to Expect
Check Out This Important Information About The Tours!
This walking tour will travel up Ballard Street to historic Main Street, stopping at several sites along the way.
This an easy walking tour suitable for all ages!
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