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From miles of sandy beaches on the Oceanfront, to nightlife in Town Center and art exhibits in the ViBe Creative District, Virginia Beach has something for everyone.
Virginia Beach Oceanfront
Stroll along the famous 3-mile boardwalk right beside the Atlantic Ocean, or stop by one of the many unique shops and variety of restaurants along the way. With Festivals, events, and outdoor concerts, there’s always something to do at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront.
Virginia Beach Town Center
Grab dinner and a drink at one of the many restaurants, or catch an evening show at the Funny Bone Comedy Club. With countless shops, must-try bakeries, and themed restaurants, you really can do it all at Town Center!
Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
Dance, sing, and watch your favorite artists perform live at the Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater in Virginia Beach! With shows ranging from Florida Georgia Line, to Hootie and the Blowfish, Nelly and Flo Rida, there’s a concert for everyone.
Princess Anne Athletic Complex
Located in the heart of Virginia Beach, Princess Anne Athletic Complex includes eight lighted softball fields, and eight multi-purpose playing fields for football, soccer, and more.
Hampton Roads Soccer Complex
This spacious complex includes two lighted turf fields, and twenty-two Bermuda grass fields, and has the ability to host tournaments, matches, practices, camps, and more.
Virginia Beach Sportsplex
The Virginia Beach Sportsplex boasts 15-acres of athletic fields, 6,000-seat stadium, US Field Hockey Regional Training Center, and plenty of locker rooms and parking.
Virginia Beach Convention Center
As part of the Virginia Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Virginia Beach Convention center is an environmentally friendly building is the perfect meeting and event venue.
Virginia Beach Fieldhouse
Virginia Beach Fieldhouse hosts both youth and adult sports leagues, as well as CrossFit, camps, tournaments, and events.
Only 1.6 miles from the hotel, you can travel back in time and stroll through the streets of the historic Virginia captial representing when it was the largest, most populous center of the American colonies. Feel the impact of famous leaders and patriots including George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and more. Watch real-life reenactments of colonial life, and listen to the stories of the men, women, and children that help shape the creation of the United States.
Experience American history first-hand by visiting the Governor’s Palace- home to seven Royal Governors, including Thomas Jefferson, Patrick Henry, and the two first Governors of Virginia. Built as a symbol of authority, the Governor’s Palace was home to many important decision makers, and the official Royal Government of Virginia.
As the official site where George Washington claimed America’s independence in 1871, this charming town was an important stepping stone in American History. Visit the American Revolution Museum, browse through boutique shops, walk along York River’s beach, and even enjoy outdoor festivals, markets, and more.
Get ready for the excitement of a living-history museum that brings the 17th-century Jamestown Settlement to life, just 8 miles from our hotel. Stroll through the re-creation of a Powhatan Indian Village, and immerse yourself in the story of Pocahontas and the original colonists. Try on real armor, and even board real-life replicas of ships from 1607.
Virginia Air & Space Museum
Launch a rocket or pilot a shuttle
Casemate Museum at Fort Monroe
The largest stone fort in the U.S. Cruise the Hampton harbor aboard the Miss Hampton II.
Military Aviation Museum
Enjoy a WWII period tour and meet Rosie the Riveter or a Mustang Fighter Pilot
Cross the James River by way of the Monitor/Merrimac Bridge Tunnel
Site of the famed ironclads’ battle.
Stroll through the Mariners’ Museum
The nation’s premier Civil War attraction, the USS Monitor Center.
Visit the Virginia Living Museum
Check out Virginia wildlife.
Spend some time at another Civil War site, Lee Hall Mansion
Living history during the 1862 Peninsula Campaign.
Newport News & Beyond
Visit Jamestown Settlement, a living-history museum
A re-creation of a circa 1610 fort and a Powhatan Indian village. The three ship replicas, Susan Constant, Godspeed, and Discovery, are also harbored here and everyone is welcome to board and explore.
Enjoy lunch in the Jamestown Settlement Café
Take the Colonial Parkway to Yorktown and the American Revolution Museum.
These sites tell the story of our nation’s founding, from the twilight of the colonial period to the dawn of the Constitution and beyond. Indoor galleries feature period artifacts, immersive environments and inter- active exhibits and films, including The Siege of Yorktown.
Enter into a Continental Army encampment.
Here you can learn about the daily life of a soldier and take in demonstrations on medical treatment, camp life, and cooking, and see firings of muskets and artillery. You can also see a Revolution-era farm, based on a real-life 18th century family. Take in inter-active exhibits and visually compelling art displays that encourage your group to shift their gaze to see events of American history in a new light.
Take a hike at Saunders-Monticello Trail
Local favorite just off the Thomas Jefferson Parkway
UVa’s grounds and Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello
UNESCO World Heritage sites you’ll want to visit. James Monroe’s Highland is right next to Monticello, and neither estate is stagnant, so look out for new exhibits and events.
Eestablished in 1784, uses 18th Century recipes for all dishes. Consider stopping there for lunch or dinner while you’re on the mountain.
Home to Grace Estate Winery and Stinson Vineyards. Sugar Hollow Reservoir, a scenic place to hike or fish, is close to White Hall too.
Starr Hill, Three Notch’d, and Champion Breweries
Charlottesville supports the kind of craft brewing scene every city in the country attempts to cultivate.
Monticello Wine Tour and Coach Co.
Get a one – stop shop tour of Charlottesville’s most popular wineries.
Top-notch food and an amazing view!