Jamestown Settlement Museum App
Planning a visit to Jamestown Settlement? Download our interactive gallery tours, available for Android and iPhone. Choose from adult or youth indoor gallery tours and a outdoor living history tour. Download from home or at the museum.
Each tour features stops that look at 17th-century historical themes through the eyes of the Powhatan Indians, English settlers and first documented west central Africans in Virginia. Begin by learning about an artifact, object or exhibit and then explore each topic further through videos, dramatic readings, imagery and primary sources. Look for digital markers in the indoor gallery and scan them to unlock content at each stop. In the outdoor living history areas, digital tour users will receive messages within the app when content is unlocked. Use the 3D gallery and living history area maps to navigate through the tour.
American Revolution Museum at Yorktown Mobile App Tours
Planning a visit to the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown? Be sure to check out our interactive gallery tours, available for android and iPhone. Choose from four themes: patriot, loyalist, women or a tour just for kids. Download from home or at the museum.
Each tour features stops that encourage users to make personal connections with people of the American Revolution. Begin by learning about an artifact, object or exhibit and then explore each topic further through videos, dramatic readings, imagery and primary sources. Use the 3D gallery map to navigate through the tour. Kids tour participants engage in fun activities throughout the tour and become spies if they successfully complete their mission.
Virginia History Trails
Virginia History Trails is an easy-to-use app that puts 400 years of Virginia and American history at your fingertips. Using your phone’s GPS feature, Virginia History Trails turns your immediate surroundings into a live history lesson. You can click anywhere on the map under the “Near Me” category and instantly get an in-depth description of dozens of sites in your vicinity, along with explanations of their importance to Virginia’s history.