Rent a bike and enjoy riding along the boardwalk.
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Adventure Parasail and Rudee Inlet Jet Ski

300 Winston-Salem AvenueVirginia Beach, VAAdventure Parasail: 757-422-8359Rudee Inlet Jet Ski: 428-4614www.beachparasail.com

Parasailing, Jet Skiing, Sport Boats and Kayak rentals available. Rudee Inlet Jet Ski offers a large selection of 1, 2 and 3 person YAMAHA WAVERUNNERS for you to take out into the Atlantic Ocean. We have the largest riding area in Virginia Beach. If you like speed and excitement and you want something fun that the whole family can enjoy together, RENT ONE OF OUR BOATS.

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Captain Jack’s Pirate Ship Adventures

Inlet Station Marina 308 Mediterranean Ave. Virginia Beach, VA 757-305-9700www.virginiabeachpirateship.com/

All aboard, me hearties! Set sail on Capt. Jack’s Pirate Ship Adventures aboard the Lost Pearl for a ripsnortin’, swashbucklin’ adventure on the high seas. During this nautical voyage, all hands will help search for a grand treasure stolen by that scurvy dog Blackbeard! Our mission is to track down the booty, and take our revenge on the thieving scoundrels who stole our loot.

Christian Broadcast Network

I-64 at Indian River Road, exit 286. Virginia Beach, VA (757) 226-2745

Tour one of the nation’s most modern TV stations and join the studio audience for taping of “The 700 Club” with Pat Robertson.

The Douglas MacArthur Memorial

MacArthur Square at Bank St. and City Hall Ave Norfolk, VA 757-441-2965

Beautifully landscaped MacArthur Square in downtown Norfolk, Virginia is the site of the four buildings that comprise the MacArthur Memorial. The Memorial’s theater contains several special exhibit galleries and continuously shows a twenty-four minute film on the life and times of General of the Army Douglas MacArthur. The Jean MacArthur Research Center (named after the General’s widow) houses the library and archives, education programs,

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Edgar Cayce Visitors Center

Atlantic Ave. & 67th Street Virginia Beach, VA 757-428-3588 ext. 7265www.edgarcayce.org/

The headquarters of the world famous psychic and mystic, Edgar Cayce. Open year round to the public, visitors can see the original hospital building, the Visitor Center and enjoy a tour, a movie, and a free lecture. For times and lecture topics, call 757-428-3588 ext. 7265, or visit our web site at www.edgarcayce.org.

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Grommet Island Beach Park and Playground for every”BODY”

100 2nd Street Virginia Beach, VA www.jtwalk.org/

JT’s Grommet Island Beach Park and Playgroung for Every”BODY” opened on May 22, 2010. This 100% handicap accessible oceanfront park is the first of its kind in America. Kids with disabilities are thrilled to access a playground designed to accommodate their wheelchairs. Children can race across the bridge, dig in the sand and explore the playground with ease. Grommet Island is located at 2nd Street on the boardwalk. For more information visit the City of Virginia Beach’s website on Grommet Island Park.

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The Hampton Roads Naval Museum

Norfolk, VA 757-322-2989www.hrnm.navy.mil

he Hampton Roads Naval Museum in Norfolk introduces guests to over two hundred years of activity in and around the great harbor of Hampton Roads, Virginia. It is one of eleven museums operated by the U.S. Navy and now, in conjunction with Nauticus The National Maritime Center, is the home of the Navy’s battleship Wisconsin. Admission is FREE!

Harbor Park

Norfolk, VA 757-622-2222

Home to the Norfolk Tides, Norfolk’s AAA professional baseball team, affiliate of the New York Mets, sits at the edge of the Elizabeth River just east of The Waterside. Touted as the best minor-league facility in the country seats 12,000. Season runs from April 4 to Sept. 1. Call 622-2222 for dates & times.

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Nauticus, The National Maritime Center

1 Waterside Drive Norfolk, VA 757-664-1000www.nauticus.org/

Hey, it even looks like a battleship. With interactive computers, high-tech naval battles and a virtual reality adventure game, it’s “Edutainment” for the whole family. Nauticus admission now includes access to Battleship Wisconsin Wardroom and Officer’s Country as well as the new exhibit For All Those in Uniform Who Have Served.

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Naval Station Norfolk

Hampton Blvd. Norfolk, VA 757-444-7955www.norfolkvisitor.com/norfolknavy/

Home port to more than 75 ships of the Atlantic Fleet, Norfolk Naval Station is the world’s largest naval installation. Visitors may catch the tour bus year-round at the Naval Base Tour Office, 9079 Hampton Blvd. by Gate 5, at The Waterside or at Nauticus. Admission.

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Ocean Breeze Water Park

849 General Booth Blvd. Virginia Beach, VA 757-422-4444 • 800-678-WILDwww.oceanbreezewaterpark.com/

Enjoy 19 acres of fun. Choose from 16 water slides and swim in our million gallon wave pool. There is an arcade, food court, locker rentals and a bar. We cater to all kinds of parties, from corporate picnics and reunions to children’s birthday parties. Ocean Breeze is located 1.5 miles south of the resort area, just past the Virginia Marine Science Museum.

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Taste Of Tidewater Taste of Tidewater Tours

Coastal Virginia’s only Craft Brewery and Wineries tours guides by lifelong locals.757-340-8687 Licensed Driver: VA-DMV #64www.tastetidewater.com/

Welcome to Taste Tidewater Tours, Coastal Virginia’s premiere food and brew tour service. Dedicated to all things local, let Taste Tidewater take you safely from farms to restaurants to wineries and breweries. Choose from our set tours or contact us to put together a custom tour for your group. Our executive coach premium touring bus includes roomy, easy walk on and off boarding, and spacious interior designed for comfort, that easily seats 12.

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Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Museum

717 General Booth Blvd Virginia Beach, VA (757) 425-FISH (3474)www.virginiaaquarium.com/

Virginia’s marine environment is represented through 800,000 gallons of aquariums, live animal habitats, more than 300 hands-on exhibits, 1/3-mile nature trail, 1/2-acre aviary, and “larger than life” movies on our IMAX 3D movie screen (8 stories X 6 stories). Admission.

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Virginia Zoo Virginia Zoo

3500 Granby Street Norfolk, VA 23504 (757) 441-2374virginiazoo.org/

Journey to mysterious places inhabited by exotic animals from around the world–without leaving Hampton Roads! Just board the Norfolk Southern Express train at The Virginia Zoo for an expedition to Asia – Trail of the Tiger or Africa’s Okavango Delta!

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31 Ocean

3001 Atlantic Ave Virginia Beach, VA (757) 213-3019www.31ocean.com

Take in a gallery, go hunting among the area’s finest boutiques, then rest your feet at a sidewalk cafe and get ready to shop some more. The Virginia Beach oceanfront has resort wear, swimsuits, beauty treatments, menswear, art, accessories… many days worth of shopping within a few blocks.

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Greenbrier Mall

1401 Greenbrier Parkway South Chesapeake, VA (757) 424-7300www.greenbriermall.com

Greenbrier Mall located in Chesapeake, VA offers offers stores like JCPenney, Macy’s, Sears, more. While shopping, grab a bite to eat at one of the many food court eateries and restaurants such as Abuelo’s, Cinema Café and many others. Now Open! Jillians and The Greene Turtle!

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Lynnhaven Mall

701 Lynnhaven Parkway Virginia Beach, VA (757) 340-9340www.lynnhavenmall.com

Located in the heart of Virginia Beach and just minutes from the Oceanfront, Lynnhaven Mall offers the area’s largest selection of shopping, dining and entertainment options. With over 170 stores, your favorite family restaurants and eateries, the area’s only Dave & Buster’s and an AMC 18 Theater with IMAX and 3D; Lynnhaven Mall has something for everyone!

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MacArthur Center Mall

Norfolk, VA (757) 627-6000www.shopmacarthur.com

At MacArthur Center, every shopping experience is unique and memorable. We have over 50 stores you won’t find anywhere else in the area, like Apple, Pottery Barn, Coach, Harry & David and Fink’s Jewelers. Spend time exploring Nordstrom, Dillard’s or any of our other 140 unique and extraordinary stores. Find dining to suit any palate from casual, sit-down restaurants to quick eats in the Food Court.

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The Marketplace at Hilltop

Virginia Beach, VAwww.marketplaceathilltop.net

Marketplace at Hilltop is a 121,000 square foot center anchored by Michaels Arts & Crafts, and Panera Bread. Hilltop is the premier retail corridor in Virginia Beach and services the affluent residential market of the Virginia Beach Oceanfront and Great Neck Road corridor. Other tenants include Burtons Grill, Total Wine, Shore Gallery & Designs, Gary Allen Hair & Skin Care, Bangkok Garden, Gamestop and many other fine retailers and eateries. First Colonial Road and Laskin Road maintains a traffic count in excess of 70,000 cars daily.

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Pembroke Mall at Town Center

4554 Virginia Beach Boulevard Virginia Beach, VAwww.pembrokemall.com

Located in th Central Business District next to Town Center on the corner of Virginia Beach and Independence Boulevards. Offerring venues such as Kohl’s, Sears, Stein Mart and Regal Cinema 8. Pembroke Mall has 14 restaurants and a a food court with free WIFI service.

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Red Mill Commons

618 Hilltop West, Virginia Beach, VAwww.redmillcommons.net

Red Mill Commons is a dynamic shopping center in Virginia Beach, Virginia featuring some of the biggest names in retail including Home Depot, Super Wal-Mart, TJ Maxx, Target, Office Max and a unique mix of 80 other fine specialty stores, boutiques and restaurants. Come visit us to discover what a refreshing and exciting experience shopping can be. A variety of retail space is also available.

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The Town Center

Virginia Beach Blvd. & Independence Blvd. Virginia Beach, VAwww.vabeachtowncenter.com

No Virginia Beach Vacation is complete without an eclectic mix of shopping, dining, entertainment, and living options covering 17 city blocks, Town Center has become one of Hampton Roads’ hottest destinations. Enjoy world-renowned performers at the Sandler Center for the Performing Arts, or free live entertainment and festivals in the plazas. Grab a bite at a local eatery or a national restaurant. Shop at popular brand retailers and upscale boutiques. It’s all here waiting for you – so go ahead and live it up!

The Waterside Festival Marketplace

333 Waterside Dr., Norfolk 757-627-3300

A day in Hampton Roads would not be complete without visiting The Waterside…it’s exciting, memorable, and an entirely unique shopping, dining, and entertainment adventure. Poised at the mouth of the Elizabeth River on Norfolk’s downtown waterfront, The Waterside offers major restaurants, specialty retail shops, a food court for a quick meal, and exciting nightlife with music, dancing and live entertainment presented by Festevents. Waterside Festival Marketplace Day and evening cruises and ferries depart from The Waterside Marina and both Nauticus and Norfolk Tides Harbor Park are within walking distance. Adjacent to both the Marriott and Sheraton Hotels, parking is available in garages. A free bus service, known as the NET, connects The Waterside with many other venues in the downtown area.

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American Rover Tall Ship Cruises

Norfolk, VA 757-627-SAILwww.americanrover.com

This graceful ship is the largest three-masted, 149-passenger, topsail schooner under the U.S. flag. Modeled after the Chesapeake Bay cargo schooners of the past century, the American Rover departing The Waterside Marina for two- and three-hour narrated harbor cruises under full sail along the Elizabeth River.

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Dockside Fishing Center

3311 Shore Drive (by the Lesner Bridge) 481-4545www.fishingvabeach.com

For the first-timer to the avid fisherman, something for the entire family! Dockside Fishing Center offers a variety of fishing trips on a year round basis. The fleet at Dockside has been known by local fishermen for over 35 years. All of our boats are U.S. Coast Guard inspected and equipped with the latest in fish finding technology. Bait and tackle along with helpful tips from our experienced crew are included on all of our trips. We are located just minutes from some of the best fishing the Chesapeake Bay has to offer. We also fish off the coast of Virginia Beach during the spring and fall for sea bass and tautog. Late fall and winter bring world class striper fishing to the shores of Virginia Beach. So if its your first time or you’re an avid angler, we offer the Virginia Beach Fishing Trip thats right for you. Give us a call for up to the minute prices and schedules.

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Rudee Tours – Rudee Flipper

Virginia Beach Fishing Center at Rudee Inlet 200 Winston-Salem Avenue Virginia Beach, VA (757) 425-3400www.rudeetours.com

Are you looking for a Dolphin Watching Tour for your family and friends? Or better yet, a leisure Sunset Cruise?! How about a Creek Cruise – or a chance to see one of several species of Whale off of the Atlantic Coast? Whatever the occasion and season, we’re sure to have a tour that will exceed your expectations! Each Tour is narrated by a trained Virginia Aquarium Educator and experienced volunteers that will share their knowledge and answer your questions! The Rudee Flipper has both a Snack Bar with soft drinks, bottled water, chips, popcorn and candy, tee shirts and more. And there is a a Full Bar for your favorite ice cold adult beverage! So, please browse the cruises we offer or call us for additional information. Located within Virginia Beach Fishing Center at Rudee Inlet.

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Spirit Of Norfolk

Waterside Drive Norfolk, VA 757-625-FUNNwww.spiritofnorfolk.com

Since 1978, the Spirit of Norfolk has delivered a vibrant and unique combination of dining, dancing, entertainment and breathtaking views. Cruising year-round from The Waterside in Downtown Norfolk, Spirit Cruises offers Lunch, Brunch, Dinner, Cocktail, Moonlight Cruises and much more! Grand buffets. Breathtaking views of Norfolk harbor and the Navy’s Atlantic Fleet. DJs playing Top 40 hits. And an amazing wait staff singing show-stopping favorites. All included for one price. For your next special occasion or just an engaging way to see Norfolk, come aboard today. Call 625-FUNN for reservations. It’s Just Better Out Here.

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Victory Rover Naval Base Cruises

Nauticus, the National Maritime Center 757/627-7406www.navalbasecruises.com

Experience the newest and fastest way to see the world’s largest naval installation aboard this unique navy-themed vessel. Two hour cruises depart from Nauticus, the National Maritime Center, home of the Battleship Wisconsin. Cruise past the vessels that ensure our freedom – destroyers, cruisers, submarines, aircraft carriers and more. A fascinating, fact and fun filled narration is provided. Call 757/627-7406. www.navalbasecruises.com. Spring season (March 29 – May 23); Summer Season (May 24 – September 1); Fall Season (September 2- Late October); Spring and Fall Schedule – 11am and 2pm every day; Summer schedule – 11am, 2pm and 5:30 every day; Call for March, November and December Schedule; Adults: $14, Children $9.

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Virginia Beach Striper Boats – Fish With The Pros

www.virginiabeachstriperfishing.com

When it comes to serious striper fishing during October through March in Virginia Beach we have three top striper boats and Captains that permanently call Rudee Inlet home port. That means our Captains have fished Virginia Beach most of their lives and are for the most part here year round for all fishing seasons. Our 3 Captains know these waters, they know striper fishing in Virginia Beach, the tendencies of the fish and what techniques to use to give their clients the best chance to get hooked up with a trophy rockfish. If striper fishing is really not your cup o tea and marlin or other big game fishing is then any one of these Captains can make your offshore fishing dreams an awesome reality! 3 boats available: The Backlash, the Waterman and the Gannet.

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Virginia Beach Sport Fishing Charters Too!

www.virginiabeachstriperfishing.com

During the colder months, it’s all about Virginia Beach striper fishing. BUT when spring and summer roll around each year it is time to concentrate on Virginia Beach offshore sportfishing. As winter goes so does striper fishing in Virginia Beach, it ends abruptly. But that is when the big boats gear up for Virginia deep sea sport fishing. Like many fishing charters our Captains try to fish year round too. And just as they are expert striper charters they are even better offshore sport fishing charters that fish for all the well known pelagic species like marlin, sailfish, swordfish, dolphin, wahoo, and tuna too. So when striper season comes to a close, point your rods to the awesome sport fishing off Virginia Beach and come aboard the Backlash, the Gannet, or the Waterman. Together, the Captains of all these boats have over 100 years of Virginia Beach sport fishing knowledge and experience which goes a long way in assuring you have a successful day of Va Beach fishing.

Ecotourism
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Adventure Park

3713 South Sandpiper Road Virginia Beach, VA 757-721-4484www.virginiabeachtrees.com

Are you an outdoor enthusiast who’s looking for adventure and a full excursion of fun? Then you belong at The Adventure Park at the Virginia Aquarium! New this year to Virginia Beach, The Adventure Park offers multiple zip lines and 10 aerial ropes challenge courses suitable for kids, teens and adults.
The courses include platforms located at varying heights throughout the trees and are connected by crossings, which could be bridges that participants can cross or cables that allow a person to zip from one station to the next.
Swing through the trees just like Tarzan when you visit The Adventure Park at the Virginia Aquarium! Call 757-385-IZIP (4947), or visit www.virginiabeachtrees.com to learn more.

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Back Bay Getaways

3713 South Sandpiper Road Virginia Beach, VA 757-721-4484www.backbaygetaways.com

Located in Sandbridge, Virginia Beach’s premier beach community, and at the entrance to over 12,000 acres of protected coastal and marsh habitat, we will take you away on an adventure designed by nature. You may join one of our tours or take it solo, either way guarantees a true outdoor experience. Whether you are going to bike or kayak, prior experience is not required. Safety is our first priority, and each guest will be outfitted with proper safety equipment and be briefed on the type of tour you have chosen. We specialize in tailoring your adventure to your needs, and we encourage groups or corporate team building. Imagine paddling through the pristine waters of Back Bay, cycling down a remote trail, or camping on an isolated beach far away from the trappings of everyday life. Take a drive to the end of Sandpiper Road, and let’s start your adventure!

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Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge

4005 Sandpiper Road (757) 721-2412www.bbrf.org

Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge contains over 9,250 acres, situated on and around a thin strip of coastline typical of barrier islands found along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts. Habitats include beach, dunes, woodland, farm fields, and marsh. Approximately 10,000 snow geese and a large variety of ducks visit Back Bay refuge during the peak of fall migration, usually in December. The refuge also provides habitat for other wildlife, including loggerhead sea turtles, piping plovers, peregrine falcons, and bald eagles. Back Bay refuge is located in Virginia Beach, Virginia – south of Sandbridge, Virginia at the southern end of Sandpiper Road. Biking, hiking and tram rides available. Outdoor facilities are open daily dawn to dusk. The Visitor Contact Station hours are 8:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. weekdays, 9:00 AM – 4:00 P.M. weekends. The Visitor Contact Station is closed Sundays, November through March; closed holidays with the exception of Memorial Day, July 4 and Labor Day.

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False Cape State Park

4001 Sandpiper Road (757) 426-7128www.dcr.virginia.gov/state_parks/fal.shtml

This park is a pristine ocean-to-fresh water bay habitat. Just south of the Back Bay Wildlife Refuge, it’s accessible only by boat or a five mile hike by foot or bike. Park Size: 4,321 acres. Beach Size: 5.9 miles of beachfront, extending to North Carolina line. Vehicular access to False Cape State Park is prohibited because the park is land-locked on the southern end of the Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Those wishing to visit the park for the day must either bike or hike through the refuge (via beach or interior trails, and the interior trail is closed from November 1 through March 31), or boat or canoe in down Back Bay. You can also take the Terra Gator, a specially designed vehicle that minimizes impact to this special environment, during this period. The Back Bay Restoration Foundation operates a tram that leaves from the Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge (4005 S. Sandpiper Rd. in Virginia Beach) and travels through the wildlife refuge. The trek allows visitors to explore the park for two hours in the Barbour Hill contact station area or ride farther to False Cape’s Wash Woods area. This area has a church site and cemetery. The tram provides a round trip ride and is not available for overnight guests. Overnight guests must either hike or bike through the refuge, or canoe or boat in.

Kayak Nature Tours

110 West Randall Avenue Virginia Beach, VA (757) 480-1999www.tidewateradventures.com

Kayak Nature tours offers Sea Kayaking and Dolphin trips in Virginia Beach, VA. Kayak First Landing, Virginia’s most popular State Park or surf launch into the Atlantic on our Dolphin Adventure sea kayaking trip at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront. Paddle the tree-lined Blackwater River, explore the deserted Beaches of the Eastern Shore, or escape to Back Bay, next to Sandbridge in Virginia Beach. Kayak Nature Tours offers these and a variety of other kayaking trips to make your outdoor kayaking experience one you will never forget. The Hampton Roads area is full of wonderful kayaking for the outdoor enthusiast. There is the isolated Lake Drummond in the Dismal Swamp, Goodwin Island in Yorktown, the James River on the Peninsula, Corova & Knotts Island, N.C. along with so many areas along the Chesapeake Bay. Whether you seek the Adventure of the Dolphin tour or you want to kayak in the serene calm of another flat-water trip, Kayak Nature Tours is your local outfitter in Virginia Beach and all of the surrounding areas. Book your kayaking trip with us today!

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First Landing State Park

2500 Shore Drive Virginia Beach, VA (757) 412-2300www.first-landing-state-park.org

This National Natural Landmark is Virginia’s most visited state park and one of the first state parks. It was established in 1936 (formerly Seashore State Park). The park’s new name reflects its unique history as the site of the landing of the first permanent English Settlers in 1607. The park offers a variety of recreational opportunities, including 19 miles of hiking trails, bike trail, a boat ramp, picnic areas, campsites, and cabins. Visitor center exhibits in the natural area explain the uniqueness of this environment featuring lagoons, cypress swamps and Spanish moss. First Landing State Park is located on Cape Henry in North Virginia Beach. This 2,888 acre park offers a wide range of activities for visitors. Regardless of how long you can stay, for a few hours or for a full day, you can have a nice time visiting the park.

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Ocean Collections Boat Trip

(757)385-FISHwww.virginiaaquarium.com

Seahorses, stingrays, crabs and sand dollars – just some of what can be found beneath the surface of the ocean. During this 75-minute boat trip, Aquarium staff will trawl the ocean floor for a sample of sea life to bring on board. Kids will have a chance to ask questions about the animals before they are returned to the water. Public cruises begin in July and run through August on Fridays at 3 p.m. Call (757) 385-FISH for more information.Please note that Ocean Collections trips leave from the Virginia Beach Fishing Center at Rudee Inlet, 200 Winston Salem Ave., Virginia Beach, VA. Check our website for admission fees and for more information.

Dolphin Watch Boat Trip

(757)385-FISHwww.virginiaaquarium.com

Experience a chance to see bottlenose dolphins in their natural habitat and learn about the Aquarium’s research. This 90-minute excursion is both fun and educational for adults and children. Cruises are offered April through October. Call (757) 385-FISH for more information. Prices and departure times are subject to change. You may purchase tickets at the dock, or purchase discounted vouchers with your Aquarium admission. For school or group trip information, call (757) 385-0300. Check our website for admission fees and for more information.

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Cruise the Creek

(757)385-FISHwww.virginiaaquarium.com

A 50-passenger pontoon boat, the Rudee Explorer, provides a glimpse of the last undeveloped salt marsh in Virginia Beach, the Owls Creek Salt Marsh. During the 30-minute cruise Aquarium educators introduce visitors to Owls Creek’s special ecosystem and some of its inhabitants. Trips leave from the dock adjacent to the Aquarium’s Bay & Ocean Pavilion. Cruises are offered April through mid-October. Call (757) 385-FISH for more information. Tickets may be purchased at either Aquarium building. Special pricing is available for qualifying groups, please call (757) 385-0300. Prices and departure times are subject to change. Check our website for admission fees and for more information.

Art Museums
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The Chrysler Museum of Art

245 West Olney Road Norfolk, VA (757) 664-6200www.chrysler.org

This art museum is home to one of America’s great art collections and is one of the top 20 art museums in the country. 62 galleries for 30,000 works of art from around the world with exciting special exhibitions, a wide variety of daily tours, lectures, concerts, films, and workshops.

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Military Aviation

1341 Princess Anne Road Virginia Beach, VA 23457 (757) 721-7767 www.militaryaviationmuseum.org

Military Aviation Museum is home to one of the largest collections of historic military aircraft. These vintage WWI and WWII aircraft, such as our P-51 Mustang, de Havilland Mosquito, Curtiss P-40 and Spitfire, have been restored to their original flying condition. The aircraft are occasionally flown on local demonstration flights and at regional air shows. Visit us at 1341 Princess Anne Road, Virginia Beach or call (757) 721-7767.

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Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art

2200 Parks Ave. (757) 425-0000www.virginiamoca.org

The Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art’s (MOCA) Exhibitions and Education Department works collectively to generate signature exhibitions and related educational programming. Our goal is to promote contemporary art makers and to expose the community to these artist’s ideas in order to stimulate and enhance social discourse. Within our exhibition spaces we provide interactive areas where guests may engage in hands-on activity. Additionally, we utilize advanced technology by supplying Quick Read (QR) codes for smartphones so our audience can gather further information.

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Virginia Sports Hall Of Fame

206 High Street Portsmouth, VA 23704 (757) 393-8031www.vshfm.com

Whether it is with a large school group or a family visit, the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame & Museum is home to many memorable exhibits and full of interactive fun. A basketball court, sports complex, racing simulators and a radio announcing booth await you! The Museum also hosts many special events, birthday parties, galas and weddings. For more information, visit the Museum’s website at www.vshfm.com or follow them on Facebook or Twitter (@VSHFM).

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The Surf School

Between 4th and 5th Street at the Oceanfront 757-285-9277www.thesurfschool.com

The Surf School was launched in 1997 by pro champion, middle school teacher, and author JASON BORTE. Our exciting curriculum focuses on water safety, ocean awareness, and surfing fundamentals. Our user-friendly surf breaks are ideal for beginners and intermediates. Whether you’re learning to surf, brushing up on your skills, or taking your ability to another level our camps and lessons are guaranteed to make it happen.

Golf

Bay Creek Golf Club

(757) 331-9000www.baycreekgolfclub.com

Bide-A-Wee Golf Course

#1 Bide-A-Wee Drive Portsmouth, VA (757) 393-8600 5,860 yards, 72 par course

Bow Creek Municipal Golf Course

3425 Clubhouse Rd. (757) 431-3763 5,917 yard, 70 par course

Chesapeake Golf Club

1201 Club House Drive Chesapeake, VA (757) 547-1122 6,278 yard, 70 par course

Colonial Golf Course

8285 Diascund Rd. Williamsburg, VA (757) 566-1600 6,809 yard, 72 par course

Cypress Creek

602 Cypress Creek Parkway Smithfield, VA (757) 365-4774 7,150 yard, 72 par course

Cypress Point Country Club

5340 Club Head Road (757) 490-8822 6,740 yard, 72 Par course

Ford’s Colony Country Club

240 Ford’s Colony Dr. Williamsburg, VA (757) 258-4100 6,621 yard, 71 par course

Hell’s Point Golf Course

2700 Atwoodtown Road (757) 721-3400 6,766 yard, 72 par course

Heron Ridge

2973 Heron Ridge Drive (757) 426-3800 7,010 yard, 72 Par Course

Honey Bee Golf Club

5016 S. Independence Blvd. (757) 471-2768 6,075 yard, 70 par course

Kempsville Green Municipal Golf Course

4840 Princess Anne Road (757) 474-8441 6,013 yard, 70 par course

Kiln Creek Golf Course

1003 Brick Kiln Blvd. Newport News, VA (757) 874-2600 6,891 yard, 72 par course

Kingsmill Resort Golf Courses

1010 Kingsmill Rd. Williamsburg, VA (757) 253-3906 6,776 yard, 71 par course

Kiskiack Golf Club

8104 Club Dr. Williamsburg, VA (757) 566-2200 or (800) 989-4728 6,775 yard, 72 par course

Lake Wright Golf Course

6280 Northampton Blvd. Norfolk, VA (757) 459-2255 6,174 yard, 70 par course

Legends at Stonehouse

Williamsburg, VA (888) 825-3436 6,963 yard, 71 par course

Newport News Golf Club at Deer Run

13564 Jefferson Ave. Newport News, VA (757) 886-7925 6,757 yard, 72 par course

Ocean View Municipal Golf Course

9610 Norfolk Ave. Norfolk, VA (757) 480-2094 6,152 yard, 70 par course. Closed for renovations. Opening Fall 2000

Owls Creek Family Golf

411 S. Birdneck Road (757) 428-2800 4,155 yard, 62 par course

Red Wing Lake Municipal Golf Course

1080 Prosperity Road (757) 437-4845 7,250 yard, 72 par course

Riverfront Golf Course

5200 River Club Drive Suffolk, VA (757) 484-2200 6,357 yard, 71 par course

The Signature At West Neck

(757) 563-2911
www.signatureatwestneck.com

Sleepy Hole Golf Course

4700 Sleepy Hole Road Suffolk, VA (757) 538-4100 6,800 yard, 72 par course

Smithfield Downs

20081 Brewers Neck Rd. Smithfield, VA (757) 357-3101 5,917 yard, 71 par course

Stumpy Lake Golf Course

4797 E. Indian River Road (757) 467-6119 6,846 yard, 72 par course

The Hamptons Golf Club

320 Butler Farm Rd. Hampton, VA (757) 766-9148 6,400 yard, 71 par course

The Woodlands Golf Course

9 Woodlands Road Hampton, VA (757) 727-1195 5,500 yard, 69 par course

TPC of Virginia Beach

2500 Tournament Drive (757) 563-9440 7,442 yard, 72 par championship course

Williamsburg National Golf Course

3700 Centerville Rd. Williamsburg, VA (757) 258-9642 or (800) 826-5732 6,953 yard, 72 par course