Collected by Harry Xenitelis
198 Bank St, Norfolk, VA 23510, USA
General MacArthur's final resting place is an unexpectedly vibrant location. The MacArthur Memorial Museum is a great tribute to his life, as well as a fascinating collection of artifacts from our nation's mid-20th century. It's a must for any...
999 Waterside Dr, Norfolk, VA 23510, USA
Vintage kitchen is a committed farm-to-table restaurant. Cordon Bleu graduate Chef Philip Craig Thomason uses fresh, locally sourced ingredients to assemble varied lunch and dinner menus. The dinner entrees include a few American classics, updated...
1 Waterside Dr, Norfolk, VA 23510, USA
Located alongside the Nauticus Museum in downtown Norfolk, a tour of this ship gives you a taste of what life at sea was like. Fun anytime of year, it's a rare opportunity to hop aboard one of these vessels. The Norfolk/Virginia Beach area has a...
745 Duke St, Norfolk, VA 23510, USA
I've always been fascinated by the delicate beauty of glass art sculpture. The Chrysler Museum Glass Studio offers free demos from Wednesdays to Sundays, allowing visitors a front row seat as master artists create beautiful glass pieces using...
2500 Shore Dr, Virginia Beach, VA 23451, USA
First Landing State Park is a great alternative to the crowds along the boardwalk. Located in northeastern Virginia Beach, where the Chesapeake Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean, the park is close to the the heavily touristed oceanfront but feels...
Fort Story, Virginia Beach, VA, USA
Climb to the top of the old Cape Henry Lighthouse, the first lighthouse built by the US government, for a rejuvenating walk and great view of the Chesapeake Bay. (The new black and white lighthouse is currently in operation, while the old...
308 Mediterranean Ave, Virginia Beach, VA 23451, USA
Surrounded by the Chesapeake Bay on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other, as well as countless inlets and waterways, Virginia Beach was made for rejuvenating in the outdoors. Rudee Inlet SUP offers dolphin tours, surfing, and sunset SUP...