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 4531 George Washington Memoria , Yorktown, VA, US, 23692

  • Phone: (757) 283-1111
  • Fax: (757) 283-1112
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»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

»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


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, VA 23185

»Williamsburg Regional Library

The Williamsburg Regional Library, which services the Williamburg, James City County and Upper York County regions, contains an impressive 150,000 volumes and collections. It has a theater, a gallery and a well-stocked area for kids. This space is located in the Williamsburg Municipal Centre and there is ample parking available for visitors.

515 Scotland Street
Williamsburg, VA 23185

»Zable Stadium

Centrally located on campus of the College of William and Mary. The Zable Stadium is one of the college's major sports facilities. The William and Mary Tribe football team train and play their home games here. The University also uses the stadium for its track and field events. This stadium was built in honor of Walter J. Zable, a former university board member, and was opened in 1935 with a capacity of 12,259 seats. The Cary Field is located close by.

Richmond Road
Williamsburg, VA 23188

»William & Mary Hall

Located in the premises of the College of William and Mary. The William And Mary Hall is used by the College for athletics and other sports activities. The very famous Kaplan Arena is also housed in the William And Mary Hall. The halls has sports council offices, a meeting room and a medical room. It also has an area specially designated for gymnastics.

751 Ukrop Way
Williamsburg, VA 23185

»Ocean View

This beautiful beach features pristine sand, clear water and clean surroundings with some good view of the picturesque shoreline and charming houses in the neighborhood. If you're looking for a quite place to lay beneath the sun, Ocean View is a terrific coastal destination, both beautiful and relaxing.

Ocean View
Norfolk, VA 23503

»Temple Israel

Temple Israel was founded in 1952 and rightly describes itself as a vibrant, egalitarian and conservative Jewish congregation. This is where one can come to witness traditional Jewish celebrations and festivals like the Shabbat, Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement)and live events that take place in an average Jew's life. Offering even educational courses for those seeking information on Judaism, this temple is more than a place of worship.

7255 Granby Street
Norfolk, VA 23505

»Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral

The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral owes its origins to one of the earliest Greek immigrants, George Christopoulos who raised money to set up a community parish where fellow immigrants could come together and worship. Serving more than 700 families, this church is truly living in every sense. Community events are organized for youth, adults and kids. Check website for details.

7220 Granby Street
Norfolk, VA 23505

»Martin's Brandon Church

Niernsee and Neilson designed this Episcopal Church that dates back to 1855. Martin's Brandon Church is also referred to as Martin's Brandon Episcopal Church or Brandon Church. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. The communion chalice, its beautiful stained glass windows are few of the on-site attractions.

18706 James River Drive
Burrowsville, VA 23842
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