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12330 Jefferson Ave., Newport News, VA, US, 23602

  • Phone: (757) 249-0200
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  • Practical Information

    »Budget

    This car rental company provides no-hassle vehicle rentals to service all your travel needs.

    900 Bland Boulevard
    Newport News, Virginia 23602

    »Autorent

    The largest independent car rental company in Virginia, this car rental company specializes in carrying specialty vehicles other companies do not usually have, including the 15 passenger Activity Bus that meets all state and federal school bus construction standards.

    12625 Jefferson Avenue
    Newport News, Virginia 23602

    »Chauffeured Sedan Service

    Norfolk airport transportation and car service. Reservations required.

    12650 McManus Boulevard, Suite 201
    Newport News, Virginia 23602

    »Alamo

    This company provides quality vehicles to customers at the most popular travel destinations.

    12880 Jefferson Avenue
    Newport News, Virginia 23608

    »Amtrak

    America's only express train serving destinations nationwide.

    9304 Warwick Boulevard
    Newport News, Virginia 23601

    »Autorent

    The largest independent car rental company in Virginia, this company specializes in carrying specialty vehicles other companies usually do not have, including the 15 passenger Activity Bus that meets all state and federal school bus construction standards.

    4116 West Mercury Boulevard
    Hampton, Virginia 23666

    »Alamo

    This company provides quality vehicles to customers at the most popular travel destinations.

    2404-B West Mercury Boulevard
    Hampton, Virginia 23666

    »Aberdeen Gardens

    Aberdeen Gardens is a community that was planned for the resettlement of African Americans. Built in 1934, its construction included several houses, stores and gardens spread over 440 acres (180 hectares). This neighborhood is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.

    Aberdeen Gardens
    Hampton, VA 23666

    »Hampton Convocation Center

    One of Hampton's sought after venue, the Hampton Convocation center pioneers as a multi-purpose center that features spacious event spaces for concerts, conventions, sporting events and other major events. It presents itself as a complete center for arts, sports, business and entertainment. As a part of the Hampton university, the center is a preferred community venue. Call for more details.

    700 Emancipation Drive
    Hampton, VA 23668

    »Church of Abraham

    Established in 2003, the Church of Abraham is a non-denominational church led by Reverend Sheron P. Green. This bible-believing congregation has vibrant Sunday meetings, weekly prayer and study groups. They also have occasional shows such as a dinner theater or concerts that are put up by their members.

    4149 George Washington Memorial Highway
    Hayes, VA 23072

    »Williamsburg

    Williamsburg is one prong of Virginia's Historic Triangle - it's an extremely popular tourist destination, due to its array of family-friendly activities which can be easily combined with educational trips for the kids. This is particularly resonant as Williamsburg was a key location in the Civil War; lovely old colonial architecture, beautifully preserved, abounds. The climate is good for year-round outside activities and there is a host of restaurants, hotels, museums and historical artifacts to discover. It is also being heralded as a romantic destination, with many hotels and guesthouses providing special romantic deals.

    Williamsburg
    Williamsburg, VA 23185

    »Matthew Whaley School

    Matthew Whaley School’s construction is inspired from architect Charles M. Robinson's design, and the structure is a fine example of the Georgian Revival style. The school has been accorded a place of prominence amongst Williamsburg's landmarks owing to its distinct and impressive architecture, and was also added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.

    301 Scotland Street
    Williamsburg, VA 23185
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