Watch large Navy ships glide across the bay while driving across the historic Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel.
The Virginia Legends Walk is all about great and famous Virginians who made an incredible impact on our country. Celebrities, presidents, musicians, and explorers are honored here.
This famously historical house in VA Beach is one not to miss if you love learning about the way people lived hundreds of years ago.
Ferry Plantation House is most famous for it's haunting factor. The legend is that the plantation owners confirm spooky encounters. The "Witch of Pungo" is said to make appearances from time to time.
This Tidewater British Colonial style house is the second oldest home that is still standing. The Keeling House was built in the late 1680s, and with great craftsmanship as it is still in amazing condition.
Old Cape Henry Lighthouse once acted as a guide for boats to follow, but now is a Virginia Beach landmark for residents and tourists to use for a birds eye view of the Chesapeake Bay.
The Naval Aviation Monument, located at the Oceanfront at 25th Street, is to support Naval Aviation and inform the public about this important (and sometimes under recognized) service.