THE YORKTOWN WINE FESTIVAL
Click to purchase tickets onliine!The Best of Virginia in Yorktown

Good Music - Vendors and lots of fun at Historic Yorktown
October 5, 2013 from Noon - 6PM

WRISTBAND TICKETS FOR SAMPLE TASTINGS
Tasting Ticket: $25 advanced ticket/$30 at the festival
Includes sampling privileges and souvenir wine glass

Dinner event: $75 per person includes 8 Virginia wines and 4 course dinner
Dinner Event begins at 7:30PM

Proceeds will benefit Sister Cities Yorktown

Directions

The Yorktown Wine Festival will be held on October 5, 2013 in the Historic Town of Yorktown. The festival will be host to 20 of Virginia's Wineries and a host of vendors from throughout the region. The wine will be marvelous and the venue will be perfect for the event. There is ample parking on-site. Please come out and join us!

DIRECTIONS TO YORKTOWN

From Southside Hampton Roads - Take I-64 West to exit 250B (Ft. Eustis/Yorktown). Take a left off the ramp and an immediate right onto Fort Eustis Blvd. Continue on Ft. Eustis Blvd. for 3 miles and turn left onto Route 17 North/George Washington Memorial Highway. Follow Route 17 North to the second traffic light and turn right onto Cook Road. Follow Cook Road to Ballard Street. Turn left on Ballard Street to the Five Points intersection where you will see the sign for Historic Yorktown.

From Richmond - Take I-64 East to 242B (Marquis Center Parkway). Continue on Route 199 East and turn right onto the Colonial Parkway to Yorktown. Follow the Parkway approximately 10 miles until it ends at the Five Points intersection where you will see the sign for Historic Yorktown.

From Gloucester/Northern Neck - Follow US Route 17 South across the Coleman Bridge. Take the first right after the bridge onto Mathews Street. At the stop sign, turn right onto Water Street. You will be entering Historic Yorktown.

Parking

Parking in is available in the lot locations noted in the following map. Plentiful parking is available in the Park Service Visitor Center and the York County Courthouse at the corner of Ballard and Alexander Hamilton Blvd or the York County Administration Building just across the street. Remember, the free and air conditioned trolley stops just across the street and runs every 15 minutes. For a printable parking map, click below.
Click here for our printable parking map...