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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 American Revolution Museum in Yorktown.

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.

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

Area Highlights

Historic Jamestowne

  • 1368 Colonial Parkway on Jamestown Island

Please visit for the most up to date visitor information. Walk in the footsteps of Captain John Smith…

First Landing State Park

  • 2500 Shore Drive

The park is where English colonists first landed in 1607. Native American canoes, Colonial settlers, 20th-century schooners and…

Jamestown Settlement

  • 2110 Jamestown Road

Jamestown Settlement is open with adjustments to operations and access to outdoor living-history areas and gallery exhibits so…

Colonial Williamsburg

  • 1 Visitor Center Drive

You're invited to discover the people who bring history to life at Colonial Williamsburg. Your admission ticket is your key to…

Busch Gardens Williamsburg

  • One Busch Gardens Boulevard

Busch Gardens® Williamsburg is an action-packed European-themed adventure park with 17th-century charm and 21st-century…

Virginia Living Museum

  • 524 J. Clyde Morris Boulevard

Reopening with CDC guidelines. Masks required ages 10+. Some areas restricted. View endangered red wolves. Get up close to…

Cape Henry Lighthouse

  • 583 Atlantic Ave

The Cape Henry Lighthouse was built in 1792. It started to crack in 1870 and was replaced with the new Cape Henry Lighthouse only…

Kingsmill Resort

  • 1010 Kingsmill Road

Kingsmill Resort boasts 36 holes of championship golf. Located on 2,900 acres along the historic James River, the resort features…

False Cape State Park

  • 4001 Sandpiper Rd.

Nestled between Back Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, False Cape State Park is one of the last remaining undeveloped areas along the…

Water Country USA

  • 176 Water Country Pkwy

Whether on summer break or a family vacation, there are tons of things to do at Water Country USA, Virginia's largest water park…

The Mariners' Museum and Park

  • 100 Museum Drive

“America's National Maritime Museum” The Mariners’ Museum and Park connects people to world’s waters because that is how we are…

Fort Monroe - Casemate Museum

  • 20 Bernard Road

Fort Monroe, the largest stone fort in the United States, was designed to protect Hampton Roads from enemy attack. The fort…

Virginia Air & Space Center

  • 600 Settlers Landing Road

The visitor center for NASA Langley Research Center and Langley Air Force Base. This world-class facility features the Adventures…