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Norfolk Virginia Attractions

There are many things to do in Norfolk, VA. Norfolk is the home of the world's largest Navy base, exciting restaurant and nightclub districts, unique shops, cruise boats and ferries, nationally recognized museums, a zoo, and a beautiful botanical garden. More than enough to fill your visit with fun.
American Rover American Rover
The tall ship sails daily April through October from the dock at the Waterside Marketplace. Harbor cruises.
Nauticus Nauticus
is a science center exploring the power of the sea. It includes the Hampton Roads Naval Museum and the Battleship Wisconsin.
ferry Elizabeth River Ferry
Take this pedestrian ferry to visit Olde Towne Portsmouth. It's fast, cheap and offers a panoramic harbor view. Operates every 30 minutes.
Chrysler Museum Chrysler Museum of Art
One of America's great fine arts museums. Comprising 30,000 objects, the permanent collection spans over 5,000 years of world history.
Spirit of Norfolk Spirit of Norfolk
The largest ship cruising the harbor and has two climate controlled decks, open strolling decks, lounge seating, dance floors, and buffet dining. Daily lunch and dinner cruises.
Norfolk Naval Base Naval Station Norfolk tour
The world's largest naval station. Don't miss the bus tours conducted by Navy personnel. Pass historic homes from the 1907 Jamestown Exposition.
ODU Orchid Conservatory
The Kaplan Orchid Conservatory greenhouse at Old Dominion University is open to the public. See the beautiful flowers.
Norfolk Botanical Garden Norfolk Botanical Garden
155 acres of colorful landscapes, unusual flowers, mature forests and seasonal plantings. Large collections of azaleas, camellias, roses and rhododendrons.
MacArthur Center MacArthur Center Mall
A couple blocks from the waterfront, the MacArthur Center Mall offers upscale shopping at 140 stores (including Nordstrom) and 17 places to eat.
Zoo Virginia Zoological Park
Displays nearly 400 animals, ranging from African elephants to Siberian tigers. Adjacent to Norfolk's Lafayette Park and bordered by the Lafayette River.
Norfolk Ghent Ghent
This historic and trendy neighborhood has many interesting boutiques, cafes, theatres and galleries.
Norfolk Waterside Waterside Festival Marketplace
The centerpiece of the waterfront offers food, fun and entertainment. Waterside has some shops, but the restaurants and clubs are the big draws.