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Things to do in Virginia Beach


On The Boardwalk


Atlantic Fun Park - 233 15th Street
http://www.atlanticfunpark.com/

Virginia Beach’s Number One Amusement Park! Calling all families! Are you ready to experience FUN If so then Atlantic Fun Park located in Virginia Beach, Virginia is exactly what you’re looking for!

King Neptune Statue on the Boardwalk  -  3001 Atlantic Avenue


Virginia Beach Boardwalk

The Virginia Beach Boardwalk has a 28-feet wide boardwalk that stretches three miles and a features a separate bike path for rollerblading, biking or surrey rentals.
Sidewalk entertainers, amusements, free concerts, gift shops, restaurants, and much more!


Virginia Beach Neptune Festival

The Virginia Beach Neptune Festival attracts hundreds of thousands of people each year to celebrate at the festival’s many offerings!
Daily concerts at festival stages are scattered along 32 blocks of the boardwalk and feature a variety of live music and performers.


Virginia Beach Fishing Pier
- 1506 Atlantic Avenue

The Virginia Beach fishing pier is a very popular attraction located on 15th street and the boardwalk in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
The approximately 1,000-foot-long pier is in the heart of the resort area.
It has a bait-and-tackle shop and a snack bar/restaurant.



Food and Drink


Beach Movie Bistro - 941 Laskin Road
http://beachmoviebistro.com/

This family friendly venue offers a variety of first-run feature films via the region’s highest quality movie-going experience, complete with all Sony 4k digital cinema and Real D 3D technology. A wide-ranging menu includes a variety of sandwiches and weekend specials, specialty made fresh pizzas, fresh local fish and other gourmet entrées. A full-service bar boasts more than 20 microbrews on draft or in bottles, a diverse wine list and numerous craft cocktails.


Rockafeller’s Restaurant - 308 Mediterranean Avenue
http://www.rockafellers.com/

Since 1989, Rockafeller’s Restaurant has been one of Virginia Beach’s favorite dining landmarks - well loved by locals and tourists alike for its casual elegance and simply fresh local fare. Year after year, customers flock from near and far to relax in rocking chairs on their covered decks for a taste of Rockafeller’s legendary cuisine and to enjoy their beach cottage lifestyle on Rudee Inlet. 

 

Tapped Gastropub - 1550 Laskin Rd.
(757) 965-5585
http://tappedgastropub.com/

At TAPPED Gastropub, we love our food. It’s in our name. So you know there is no shortage of delicious dishes to compliment our obsession with all things beverage. Our menu is inspired by all of your favorite American recipes, and elevated by the quality of our fresh local ingredients.



Family

Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center - 717 General Booth Blvd.
(757) 385-FISH
http://www.virginiaaquarium.com/

There’s always something new happening at the Virginia Aquarium. Changing exhibits, IMAX movies and special events enhance your Aquarium experience. See what’s happening now, and what’s coming soon to the Aquarium!


Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art - 2200 Parks Avenue
(757) 425-0000
http://www.virginiamoca.org/

Make your vacation a creative one! Explore drawing, painting, ceramics, photography or crafts while you stay with us. The Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art offers instructional art classes for any one with an interest from ages 2 – adult. Located directly across from the Visitor Information Center, near I-264, this art center is not to be missed.
 




Historical Sites


First Landing State Park - 2500 Shore Dr.
http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/first-landing.shtml

For information on availability of overnight accommodations, particular park amenities or to make a reservation, you can reserve online or call (800) 933-PARK.
Rental rates for cabins and camping vary by season, dwelling and park.

 

Cape Henry Lighthouse - 583 Atlantic Ave, Fort Story

The Old Cape Henry Lighthouse was built in 1792. It started to crack in 1870 and was replaced with the new Cape Henry Lighthouse only 357 feet away, which is an active aid to navigation and operated by the U.S. Coast Guard. The Old Cape Henry Lighthouse is maintained by Preservation Virginia and is a National Historic Landmark, serving as the official symbol for the City of Virginia Beach.

 

Old Coast Guard Station Museum - 2401 Atlantic Avenue
http://www.oldcoastguardstation.com/

The Old Coast Guard Station honors and preserves the history of Virginia’s coastal communities and maritime heritage. The scope of the Station’s exhibits begins with the Virginia Beach Community and extends to subjects related to Virginia’s oceanfront, coastal and water related heritage. Tours for Individuals and Families offered every day. No reservations needed!






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227 Mediterranean Ave
Virginia Beach, Va 23451

Phone: (757) 618-7421