Dining and shopping highlights

Historic Jamestowne has no diningfacilities, but there is a picnic area. Jamestown Settlement’s newcaf¿erves pizza, deli sandwiches, wraps, hamburgers, corn dogs, salads, Brunswick stew,and a real treat -- Edy’s soft-serve ice cream.

Historic Jamestowne's Visitor Center gift shophas a large selection of history-related books and maps, Colonial-themed toys, tri-cornerhats, pottery and trinkets. At the Glass House you can watch glass-blowing and purchasethe objects made  there. It’s located close to the site of the original glasshouse, near the entrance to the park.

The 4,000-square-foot gift shop at Jamestown Settlementsells everything from rabbit pelts to candles, products from the Williamsburg Winery, lotsof t-shirts, Colonial trinkets and books.

The gallery shop in the museum is much smaller, but has some nicereproduction collectibles: Globes, ship models, replica weapons and glassware.

Umbrellas and ponchos are for sale if it rains during your visit.

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