Coastal Virginia - Hampton Roads

Hampton Roads

The Coastal Virginia - Hampton Roads region continues to draw visitors year after year. There's so much to see and do year 'round that you'll definitely be glad you came.

 

The Historic Triangle

Visit Historic Jamestowne, the Birthplace of English-speaking America, as well as Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Victory Center in Williamsburg.

Nearby attractions include:

 

Coastal Cities

Twenty-nine miles of Atlantic Oceanfront are accessible on the expanded white sands of Virginia Beach, with its famous paved Boardwalk and free seasonal events. Enjoy outdoor activities as well as these popular sites:

 

In Norfolk, port of Cruise Norfolk, where large ocean liners dock at Nauticus, The National Maritime Center, you can see the Battleship Wisconsin, with tours given by navy personnel from the Hampton Roads Naval Museum next door.

 

Coastal Virginia

The coastal cities of Newport News, Hampton and Portsmouth offer:

 

 

Coastal Virginia - Hampton Roads Experiences

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Getaway to Virginia Beach

For families who enjoy the quiet, natural side of Virginia Beach, this getaway is for you! Bask in the sun, play in the surf, and soak up all the richness of the natural beauty around you.

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Getaway to the Historic Triangle

Virginia's Historic Triangle - Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown - is full of living history. Did you know that Busch Gardens and Water Country USA waterpark are smack-dab in the middle of it all?

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Family Fun in Coastal Virginia - Hampton Roads

While Virginia's Historic Triangle and Virginia Beach have long been popular vacation spots for families, the region offers other family friendly destinations, too!

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