Virginia Beach Boardwalk
The 28-foot-long, three-mile-long Virginia Beach Boardwalk has a separate cycling route for rollerblading, riding, and renting surfboards.
Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center
This well-known aquarium features a 300,000-gallon tank featuring sharks, rays, and other aquatic animals as its major draw.
Countless golf courses, numerous stores and restaurants, as well as the well-known boardwalk in Virginia Beach, are all easily accessible.
First Landing State Park
Situated near North Virginia Beach on Cape Henry. Variety of activities in this 2,888-acre park, including swimming, hiking, biking, boating, and fishing.
The Adventure Park
The largest adventure park in Virginia Beach, featuring 27 ziplines and over 258 adventure challenges.
Military Aviation Museum
One of the world's largest private collections of military aircraft from World War I and World War II is housed at the Military Aviation Museum.
Cape Henry Lighthouse
The "First Landing" location, where English immigrants first stepped foot on their journey to Jamestown, is close to where the lighthouse is located.
Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge
Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge was created in 1938 to safeguard and offer habitat for migrating and wintering waterfowl, or ducks, geese, and swans.
Mount Trashmore Park
On top of two artificial hills formed from garbage waste that are now covered in grass and trees, the park was built in 1974.
King Neptune Statue on the Boardwalk
The Neptune Festival, a regional celebration celebrated each September, inspired the construction of the 34-foot-tall King Neptune statue.