400 Years in the New World

400th Anniversary Events – Jamestown & Colonial Williamsburg

Long before the Empire State Building, the Sears Tower, or the Golden Gate Bridge, was the establishment of the first permanent English-speaking settlement in the New World of America. Jamestown, Virginia, is the location where many of America’s values, culture and commerce were planted 400 years ago in 1607. 2007 marks the 400th anniversary of this historical event.

If you are planning to visit Virginia’s historic triangle – comprised of Jamestown, Yorktown and Williamsburg – this is the year to do it. A number of events are scheduled throughout the year to commemorate this quadicentenary.  We’ve identified many highlights of these quadricentennial events and provide links to help you get the information you need to take part in the celebration. Be sure to pay a visit this year to Hampton Roads - America’s First Region.

Living in Williamsburg or Jamestown, Virginia

Maybe you’re thinking of an extended stay where you can walk in the footsteps of Captain John Smith, John Rolf and Pocahontas.  Perhaps you are thinking of living in Williamsburg, VA.  There are few locations on the face of this earth that can affordably compare to the overall quality of life available in the Williamsburg – Jamestown region of Virginia.  It is a great place to raise a family, a superior environment to get an excellent education, and an amenity rich atmosphere for retirement living.

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