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When it comes to amusement, you can’t beat Virginia Beach and the surrounding areas. Not only do you have the beach to relax, but you have plenty of options to get excited. Right at the beach, you can hop on the Ferris wheel on the pier at 15th Street or head over to Ocean Breeze waterpark to cool off. For some of the best theme park attractions, Busch Gardens Williamsburg is about an hour’s drive but it’s worth it. This beautiful (and shady!) European-themed park features roller coasters, shows and delicious food from five different European countries. If you really want to get your pulse racing, head to Motor World or American Indoor Karting for go-kart racing. If its chills you are after, try the Nightmare House on Atlantic Avenue, a haunted mansion that’s open all year. Whatever your interest, you’ll be able to find plenty to amuse yourself!

Motor World in Virginia Beach offers Kart Racing, Mini Golf, Rides, Amusements, and paintball. This place is great for adults and children, with enough things to please just about everyone.

Busch Gardens welcomes Sesame Street! When you're visiting Virginia Beach, you might want to consider taking one day to visit Busch Gardens in

It is hard to miss attraction, especially with the large creepy skeleton head gazing maliciously down on you as you walk by, that along with the two doormen, the ever popular undead, waiting to

Get ready to grab a tube and head down all four of the exhilarating slides in Neptune’s Revenge or get drenched in Hook’s Lagoon by the tipping bucket. Prior to the 2011 season, Ocean Breeze

Virginia Beach Gocarts

Wow what an experience, I had never even sat in a go-kart until today. I have to admit I was quite nervous about the whole thing. We arrived 30 minutes after American Indoor Karting opened and it

If you are walking on the boardwalk, you are bound to see the 15th street amusement park, and while this is no Great Adventures or Busch Garden, it is a place you might want stop in on with your

Close to the heart of Virginia Beach is a 165 acre park named Mount Trashmore. This unusually named park was once a landfill hence the name ‘Trashmore”. The old Landfill was filled with layers of

 
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