Norfolk (Virginia )
The largest naval post in the world, Naval Station Norfolk, is located in Norfolk, a historic city with a strong relationship to the water.
This is a great site to come whether you want to take a stroll in the forest, gaze at the vibrant gardens, or bring the kids on a hot summer day to play around in the splash pad.
Hermitage Museum & Gardens
This 1895 Arts-and-Crafts-style waterfront house was built by William and Florence Sloane as a summer residence.
The decommissioned WWII Battleship, USS Wisconsin, is conveniently situated on the waterfront in the heart of Norfolk and is run by Nauticus.
The museum's main focus is the Civil War through the Cold War history of the U.S. Navy in Virginia and the surrounding region.
The Virginia Zoo
The Virginia Zoo is a firm favorite among both locals and visitors because it is home to many famous species (kangaroos, elephants, giraffes, lions, tigers, etc.).
Chrysler Museum of Art
It is a unique gem, housing inspiring collections of artwork and antiquities that are all thoughtfully arranged in a beautiful edifice that underwent renovation in 2014.
The Children's Museum of Virginia is among the top family attractions in Norfolk. There are interactive exhibits inside, including a bubble-blowin
Vessel Craft Coffee
One of Norfolk's top coffee businesses, Vessel Craft Coffee is swiftly becoming the master of speciality coffee.