224 Ballard Street Yorktown, VA 23690 +1 757 890 3300
Enjoy the countryside feel in Yorktown, unfolding three centuries of history within itself. The battlefields and the museums have a lot to tell. Tour around the well trodden paths of the village and admire the ancient homes that line them. Bask on the beaches or ride on the free trolley, there's a lot to explore. A trip to the Visitors Center will get your facts and information in place before you set out on your journey.
321 North Main Street Prentis House Suffolk, VA 23434 +1 866 733 7835
Plan your trip around Suffolk with the aid of the helpful staff at the Visitor's Center. Get enlightened about the city and the must-see attractions to visit. Know about the best eat-outs and collect all the brochures and tourist literature you'll require while touring. And don't forget to pick up a special gift for your little sibling back home from the souvenir shop at the Visitors Center.
335 Main Street Smithfield, VA 23431 +1 800 365 9339
"Hams, History & Hospitality" goes the tag line of this river port in Virginia. Having the reputation of being one of the best maintained port, you'll find just that. The Tourist Center that's located within the historic district is in itself a start to your trip. The staff can organize an entire tour from Williamsburg to Norfolk. Admire the river or the beautiful townhouses and gorge on all the ham this place has to offer. Let them minister their hospitality while you get pampered.
6 Crawford Parkway At North Landing Portsmouth, VA 23704 +1 757 393 5111
When touring Portsmouth, a visit to the Visitor's Center will prove useful and even profitable. They not only provide you valuable information on the various sights and eateries but also tickets for tours like the Carrie B Harbor Tour. Get the "land and sea" ticket and you'll also get tickets to the Olde Towne Trolley Tour. Visit the Hill House, shop on High Street, there's a lot to explore. The handy Visitors brochures here are of great help when on the move. Then of course there is the souvenir shop for gifts to take back to family and friends home.
1919 Commerce Drive Suite 290 Hampton, VA 23666 +1 800 487 8778/+1 757 315 1610
Before you begin touring Hampton, make a visit to the Visitors Center on Commerce Drive. The knowledgeable and helpful staff will give you first hand tips. Trust the specialist to make the right travel itinerary according to your needs and desires. Make sure you secure the Hampton Day Pass Value Card that will avail you many offers and benefits. Also pick up the Official Hampton Visitors Guide with valuable tips and pictures. There is even a virtual flip book that will equip you with basic information on Hampton before you make a visit here.
3815 Bainbridge Boulevard Chesapeake, VA 23324 +1 757 502 4898
Located just about seventeen miles from Norfolk, Chesapeake is around twenty minutes from the Atlantic Ocean. Whether it is golf or opera, professional theater or the zoo, there's lots to see and experience here. Visit the 763-acre Northwest River Park and shop on Hampton Road. Guiding you through all your sightseeing is the Chesapeake Conventions and Tourism Center. You may want to have their number on speed dial when in Chesapeake.
Explore the history of space here at the birthplace of the American space program. Step inside the Apollo 12 Command Module or examine a martian meteorite. Float in the Space Ball (if you close your eyes, it is almost an outer space ball). When you land, enjoy a film at the Center's IMAX Theater.
9610 Norfolk Avenue Norfolk, VA 23503 +1 757 480 2094
The Ocean View Golf Course underwent significant renovations in 2000, bringing its 18 holes up to U.S.G.A standards. It's lush, green and tree-lined and with many undulations, it provides stimulating golf for all skill levels. It was recently voted the best golf course in Norfolk and is available for private outings and tournaments. Call for more details.
111 West Ocean View Avenue Norfolk, VA 23503 +1 757 441 2345
This park is for people who prefer to use the ocean for activities, rather than lie passively beside it. Whilst the beach is good for sunbathing and swimming, it's also perfect for fishing, windsurfing, jet-skiing and sea kayaking and canoeing. There are picnic shelters, plenty of concession stands for hot afternoon ice-creams and on-duty lifeguards. There are also several decent restaurants within walking distance. An area classic.
111 W Ocean View Avenue Norfolk, VA 23503 +1 757 531 0445
Stemming from a streetcar station dating back to the 1880's, the Ocean View Station Museum houses exhibits on the history of Ocean View. In addition to its historical exhibits, the Ocean View Station Museum also plays hosts to special events, such as movie showings and book signings.
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