Virginia Beach Things To Do and Attractions
There are Virginia Beach Things To Do and Attractions to please even the toughest traveler! With our main attraction being the sandy beaches, there is no shortage of things to do for all! Water sports such as fishing, kayaking, dolphin and whale watching, flyboarding and wakeboarding will feed your adrenaline! For the land lovers, there's shopping, museums, go karts, amusement parks, festivals and live music! No matter what season you visit Virginia Beach, there will be fun! Contact Rachel at email@example.com to add your business/attraction here.
Virginia Beach Rentals and attractions provider, Lighthouse Inflatables, offers stand up paddleboards, single and tandem kayaks, jet skis, and boat rentals at the Narrows at First Landing State Park... Read More
2906 Elmhurst Lane Portsmouth, VA 23701
Are you searching for a romantic night in Virginia Beach? Or are you just looking for something fun to do while vacationing here? Then you may want to consider taking a trip on the Spirit of... Read More
109 East Main Street Suite 500 Norfolk, Virginia 23510
The Virginia Beach Boardwalk is an absolute must while you are coming to VA Beach for your vacation or business needs.
33rd Street to 2nd Street, Virginia Beach, VA
Virginia is for lovers…beer lovers, that is! Can you imagine sampling various delicious beers while enjoying the beautiful rolling waves and sandy beaches at the oceanfront of Virginia Beach?
On the beach at 30th Street, Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Each summer in July, the Virginia Beach Oceanfront gets a little creative and colorful as artists join in the Chalk the Walk ARTsplosion.
Every fourth of July, multiple live performances on oceanfront stages attract tens of thousands of visitors and residents of Hampton Roads to a “star-spangled” salute to this great country of ours at... Read More
The Boardwalk, Virginia Beach, VA
It's easy to feel mortal when you're standing beside the King Neptune sculpture in Virginia Beach.
The Atlantic Coast Kite Festival is an exciting weekend of high-flying kites and fun for families, participants, and spectators of all ages!
There are quite a few arcades out there that boast the newest and most high tech games on the market, but only a few that still have the classics.
So you are down on the beach. Your feet are tired, and you just can't walk anymore. Great news! You can rent a bike or some roller blades. Where? I'll tell you where, Cherie's Bicycle and Blade... Read More
2417 Atlantic Avenue, Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Virginia Beach is packed with many family friendly things to do. There are festivals to attend, statues to see, and museums to be mesmerized in.
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Are you heading to Virginia Beach? Then don’t forget you golf clubs. Virginia Beach National is a premier golf course that was designed by Pete Dye and Curtis Strange.
Who doesn’t want to take a Virginia Beach golf vacation? Well, perhaps not everyone, but once you try it, especially in Virginia Beach, you're going to love it for life.
The Francis Land House is an old house from the 19th century located in Virginia Beach. Francis Moseley Land constructed this site back in 1805. This family-owned property was a brick plantation home... Read More
3131 Virginia Beach Boulevard, Virginia Beach, VA 23452
If you want to see the hottest cars of today along side the classic automobiles of the past, the Virginia Beach Boardwalk is the place to be.
Located along the beach is the Virginia Beach Oceanfront Fishing Pier.
While enjoying the views of the beach from the board walk it is difficult to miss the large statue of Neptune located on 31st street, a titanic attraction standing guard over Neptune park.
Virginia Beach, VA
If you love the outdoors, and love being at sea, then try getting on a Kayak this summer with Kayak Nature Tours. You can bring the whole family.
Have you ever wanted to know more about the natural heritage of Virginia? If you have The Virginia Living Museum is the place to go. You will learn about everything that surrounds you in Virginia.
Part of any great vacation is the ability to visit one of a kind destinations that you can remember and talk about for years to come. Luckily, Virginia Beach is packed with places like this.
Most people traveling on I-264 near exit 17 will notice a green volcano-like mountain rising around an urban sprawl that appears to stand alone and is buzzing with people.
310 Edwin Drive, Virginia Beach, VA
The Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center is a short drive from the Virginia Beach oceanfront. It’s a perfect place to visit when the sun gets too much for you.
One quiet afternoon my husband and I decided it would be nice to drive down and see the Cape Henry Lighthouses, we drove to Virginia Beach and followed the signs for Fort Story.
Virginia Beach is surrounded by many active military bases. Fort Monroe is an Army base 40 minutes from Virginia Beach.
Join the conversation amidst an ever-changing display of the significant art of our time. MOCA works with over 1,500 artists annually to feature artwork from a spectrum of influences.
2200 Parks Ave. Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Harbor Park is the home of the Norfolk Tides, a minor league baseball team who are the AAA farm team for the Baltimore Orioles.
Add bowling at Pinboy's to your things-to-do-list while on your Virginia Beach vacation!
1577 Laskin Rd, Virginia Beach, VA
For forty-eight years, the Coastal Edge East Coast Surfing Championships (ESCS) have been nothing sort of bodacious. This year will be no exception.
If you like watching The Ultimate Fighting Championships on Television, then you are most likely going to enjoy the King Of the Ring tournaments held in Virginia.
Are you a fan of racing? In nearby Hampton they have been racing for 60 years. Langley speedway was once home to what is now the Sprint Cup.
Hop aboard the locally owned and operated custom 57 foot Waterman. Whether you are are a family who has never fished or an experienced angler, you will love fishing out of Virginia Beach.
After taking trips to the beach on an almost daily basis, I notice as I look out into the ocean, people parasailing and Jet Skiing. It looks like a ton of fun, and from my experience it is.
The Billfish Tournament has been a tradition in Virginia Beach for quite some time. In 2009, 89 boats entered the contest and a grand prize of $123,000 was given away to contest winners.
Experience the Annual AT&T Town Point Virginia Wine Festival, Hampton Roads' most anticipated Wine Festival of the fall season in Town Point Park along the Downtown Norfolk Waterfront.
I know a few people who would like to eat while they watch a movie, and when I say eat I do not mean popcorn and hotdogs, I am talking about eating real food like Shrimp or pizza.
When visiting Virginia Beach, you will find that it is hard to do all of the things that you want, no matter how much time you have.
If you're in the mood to do some shopping and want to support Fair Trade artists and crafters, check out the Annual Fair Trade Festival at Seatack Elementary School.
The Wallops Flight Facility is found near Virginia Beach, right around the eastern shore of the state. The facility is under the operation of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center.
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.
When I found out about Rudee Tours I had to go and check it out, but with many choices of things to do it was difficult to come up with a plan.
Looking for some fun things to do on your Virginia Beach Vacation? The Great Dismal Swamp might not sound like the perfect vacation spot, but don’t be fooled by a name.
Families looking for free fun will enjoy the Free Family Fest at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art.
Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge offers you the unique opportunity to immerse yourself in over nine thousand acres of protected land located on and around a thin strip of coastline.
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.
Most of us do not own their own Yacht, but would like the experience of being on one, if not only to enjoy a great meal while out to sea.
Virginia Beach Stand Up Paddleboarding is something we really recommend while you are vacationing here. Normally, this would scare the you-know-what out of me (I'm not the greatest of swimmers) but... Read More
308 Mediterranean Ave, Virginia Beach, VA 23451