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 5808 Burton Station Road , Virginia Beach, VA, US, 23455

  • Phone: (757) 965-3503
  • Fax: (757) 965-3070
4.5 out of 5 (125 reviews)
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Arts & Museums

»Norfolk History Museum

Located in the historic Willoughby-Baylor House, which dates back to the late 18th Century, the Norfolk History Museum hosts interesting exhibitions about all aspects of Norfolk's history. From maritime history to the architectural history of the city, visitors are sure to walk away from this museum feeling educated. Another main feature of the museum is the garden, installed in 1991, which is a representation of what a colonial garden would have looked like.

601 East Freemason Street
Norfolk, VA 23510

»Moses Myers House

This restored historic house was once home to Norfolk entrepreneur Moses Myers. One of the first brick houses built here after the Revolutionary War, the Moses Myers House today contains a nice collection of original furnishings, family portraits and other works by Thomas Sully. An ongoing restoration of this house continues by the Garden Club of Virginia.

323 East Freemason Street
Norfolk, VA 23510

»Chrysler Museum of Art

A fine collection of art and two historic houses make the Chrysler Museum of Art a fantastic retreat. Art works here include pieces by Andy Warhol, Louis Tiffany and Paul Gauguin. Savor art in the form of Greco-Roman, Islamic, Egyptian, Asian, and African masterpieces. The Impressionism, Sculpture and Photography galleries are sure to enthrall you. The Chrysler Library is the largest art reference library in the Southeast. Adjacent to the galleries and included in admission are the Moses Myers House, residence of Norfolk's first Jewish citizen, and the Willoughby-Baylor House.

245 West Olney Road
Norfolk, VA 23510

»Hunter House Victorian Museum

This historic home was built in 1854 for James Hunter, his wife Lizzie, and their three children. All of the children remained unmarried, and the youngest, Eloise, converted the house to the museum as part of her Hunter Foundation. The museum opened in 1988 and gives visitors a glimpse into lives of a wealthy family at the end of the 19th Century. Friendly docents conduct tours every half hour, explaining the history of the house as well as the lives of the Hunter family.

240 West Freemason Street
Norfolk, VA 23510

»Ocean View Station Museum

Stemming from a streetcar station dating back to the 1880's, the Ocean View Station Museum houses exhibits on the history of Ocean View. In addition to its historical exhibits, the Ocean View Station Museum also plays hosts to special events, such as movie showings and book signings.

111 W Ocean View Avenue
Norfolk, VA 23503

»Selden Arcade

Art lovers should visit Selden Arcade while in Norfolk, especially since Selden has recently become Norfolk's Cultural Arts Center. The Selden also has two galleries where you can admire contemporary art which often feature local artists. The center also often hosts performing artists and local events.

208 E. Main Street
Norfolk, VA 23510

»Nauticus Maritime Center

The Nauticus Maritime Center is a huge complex on the waterfront in Downtown Norfolk. The interactive exhibits help visitors explore nautical science, Nofolk's naval history and marine life. Touch tanks bring you as close as you can get to sea creatures like starfish, anemones, even nurse sharks! Included in the admission price is entrance to the 3D Theater.

1 Waterside Drive
Norfolk, VA 23510

»USS Wisconsin

Part of the Nauticus Maritime Center, the USS Wisconsin came to Norfolk in 2000. The ship is over 60 years old, first launched in 1943, and is one of the largest battleships ever built by the US Navy. Children and history buffs especially love it, and docents are placed in various spots on board to answer any questions about the ship's colorful history.

1 Waterside Drive
Norfolk, VA 23510

»Hampton Roads Naval Museum

Norfolk has a long-standing military tradition, and the Hampton Roads Naval Museum is dedicated to celebrating this rich history. Located inside the Nauticus Maritime Center, the museum also operates the USS Wisconsin exhibit. Featuring uniforms, documents, photos, and other artifacts, history buffs should not miss this treasury of local history.

1 Waterside Drive
Norfolk, VA 23510

»Tugboat Museum

A unique dockside museum which depicts the area's history of tugs and the towing industry, this 1933 Tug Huntington is listed on the National Register of Historic Sites and allows visitors to catch a glimpse of tugboat life while exploring the engine room, crew's quarters, galley, saloon, captain's quarters, and wheelhouse.

One Waterside Drive
Norfolk, Virginia 23510

»Fort Norfolk

Fort Norfolk is the last of the George Washington authorized harbor-front ports. Set on four acres next to the Elizabeth River, the fort had a significant role in the War of 1812. Sites to be seen include the dungeon, ramparts and barracks, most of which date back to 1810. Located in the historic Ghent area, Fort Norfolk is an interesting and educational outing.

803 Front Street
Norfolk, VA 23510

»Courthouse Galleries

Housed in the 1846 courthouse, this museum features exhibits in a dramatic setting which highlight Eastern, Western, multicultural, traditional, and contemporary art forms. They also offer quality educational, cultural, and aesthetic experiences through lectures, classes, and performances.

420 High Street
Portsmouth, Virginia 23704
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