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Places To Visit In Virginia Beach

About

Graced by miles of beaches, and oceanfront tourist attractions, Virginia Beach is a beauty of a destination. This family-friendly retreat is gloriously placed in southeastern Virginia, right where the Chesapeake Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean, offering a showcase of seaside and outdoor activities. There are sand dunes, gorgeous parks with nature trails, and sweeping wildlife refuges. A wonderland for an adventure-filled vacation on the coast!

Getting there

Virginia Beach is located within a day’s drive of most cities in the USA, and it's also accessible by rail, as Amtrak offers train service into Newport News station (with a connecting bus to Virginia Beach). Travelers can also opt for flying into the Norfolk International Airport, and take the airport shuttle to Virginia Beach.

Places to visit

Best Things To Do In 24 Hours In Virginia Beach

First Landing State Park: Boasting 20 miles of trails and 1.5 miles of sandy Chesapeake Bay beach frontage, this lush park is a prime pick for a day packed with outdoor activities in Virginia Beach.

Cape Henry Lighthouse: Dating from 1792, the mighty Cape Henry Lighthouse is located near the First Landing State Park, where English settlers first set foot on their way to settle in Jamestown. The Cape Henry Lighthouse was the first lighthouse authorized by the U.S. government, and thanks to its historic importance, it's one of the main tourist attractions in Virginia Beach.

Sandbridge Beach: Sandbridge Beach is a beautiful secluded beach featuring sand dunes and gorgeous ocean-front vacation homes.

Beach Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge: This sweeping nature reserve features over 9,500 acres of resting habitat for migratory birds, pine forests, beaches, and dunes.

Virginia Beach Boardwalk & the Oceanfront: Located in the bustling heart of the city, Virginia Beach Boardwalk has a separate path, where you can go biking, strolling, and rollerblading, and it's lined with waterfront restaurants. While walking along the boardwalk, be sure to stop by the mighty King Neptune Statue, in front of King Neptune Park, for a pic.

 

Best Things To Do In One Week In Virginia Beach

False Cape State Park: Flanked between Back Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, False Cape State Park features hiking and biking trails and 6 miles of Atlantic Ocean beach that are perfect for a sundowner in Virginia Beach.

Military Aviation Museum: Located off Princess Anne Road, the Military Aviation Museum shelters one of the largest private collections of World War I and World War II military aircraft in the world.

Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA): Snopp around the museum's 6,300 square feet of exhibition space to uncover whimsical contemporary artworks, including paintings, sculptures, photography, and glass pieces.

Rudee Inlet: Located in the Oceanfront District, Rudee Inlet is a bustling hub of marinas and restaurants in Virginia Beach. One of the best places in the city for fishing, sampling on jet-fresh seafood, or taking a speedboat tour along the coast.

Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum: Sited in a historic oceanfront house — the Witt Cottage — the museum displays a remarkable collection of wildfowl art and carvings.

Best time to visit

Virginia Beach is a year-round travel destination, offering both indoor and outdoor marvels for a thrilling vacation. But in case you're eager to enjoy the city's beaches and oceanfront tourist attractions, visit Virginia Beach from late Spring throughout the summer.

Events & Festivals

Virginia Beach is a year-round travel destination, offering both indoor and outdoor marvels for a thrilling vacation. But in case you're eager to enjoy the city's beaches and oceanfront tourist attractions, visit Virginia Beach from late Spring throughout the summer.

Cuisines

Terrapin Restaurant: Located just a few blocks from Virginia Beach Boardwalk, this modern eatery is a prime pick for sampling amazing seafood dishes. Start with their wild Hungar creek oysters, and then try the shrimp carbonara as a main dish.

The Hunt Room at The Cavalier Hotel: An intimate American tavern serving rustic, yet sophisticated, American cuisine. Their stoned seared fillet mignon with crispy fingerling potatoes and seasonal farm veggies is a must-try.

Citrus Breakfast and Lunch: Kick off the day by indulging in Citrus pancakes, which are famous all over town. Order the one with orange glaze, banana & pineapple. You won't regret it!

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Terrapin Restaurant: Located just a few blocks from Virginia Beach Boardwalk, this modern eatery is a prime pick for sampling amazing seafood dishes. Start with their wild Hungar creek oysters, and then try the shrimp carbonara as a main dish.

The Hunt Room at The Cavalier Hotel: An intimate American tavern serving rustic, yet sophisticated, American cuisine. Their stoned seared fillet mignon with crispy fingerling potatoes and seasonal farm veggies is a must-try.

Citrus Breakfast and Lunch: Kick off the day by indulging in Citrus pancakes, which are famous all over town. Order the one with orange glaze, banana & pineapple. You won't regret it!