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Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
St, Paul's Church was built in 1739. It is Norfolk's oldest building and the only structure to survive the British destruction of the city on New ...
The parish of this beautifully renovated church dates back to 1791, with the arrivals of the Catholic laity and priests seekingrefuge from th...
The Norfolk History Museum
Located in Norfolk's restored 1850 city hall, the MacArthur Memorial traces the life and military career of General of the Army Douglas MacArthur a...
The two museums are open to the public and free of charge!...
Norfolk is a participant in the Virginia Civil War Trails program that links over 250 sites located throughout the Commonwealth. Visitors can trace ...
Set Sail with the friendly and experienced crew of this 125 passenger Sailing Schooner. Offering Daytime and Sunset harbor cruises under sail on th...
Moses Myers House
Norfolk's Civil War
Would you like to see a 900-pound railroad coupler close or sit in a locomotive stimulator? You can at Norfolk Southern Museum.Exhibits at th...
Town Point Park
The congregation of this historic church was established in 1800 as an interracial congregation including whites, free blacks andslaves. A re...
Granby Theater is an historic landmark renovated to its original splendor, strategically located in the heart of the Downtown Norfolk entertainment...
Opened in 1993, Harbor Park is the home stadium for the Norfolk Tides, the top minor league team for the New York Mets. Perched on the banks of the...
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