Looking to expand your itinerary? Check out the list of regional attractions below:
Hampton History Museum
The new Hampton History Museum includes nine permanent galleries arranged in chronological order showing the 400 years of development of the city and surrounding areas as the oldest continuous English-speaking settlement in America. Artifacts drawn from the city's extensive collection highlight the diverse contributions of the early villages through the emergence of the modern city as a center of air and space research. An interesting twist to Hampton's history is that it strongly parallels American history making it relevant to people from all over the United States.
Hampton National Cemetery
Cemetery Rd. at Marshall Ave. contains the remains of military personnel from the Civil War, WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam to the present.
Hampton Roads Charters
Come join Captain Howard Wainwright and his crew aboard the 65 ft., 73-passenger Ocean Eagle. Departing from the Downtown Hampton Public Piers in Hampton, Virginia. Fishing in the Lower Chesapeake Bay and Hampton Roads, providing customers with the best bottom fishing opportunities for croaker, trout, bluefish, spot, flounder -just to name a few. Rod, reel, and bait provided. No fishing license required!
Hampton Roads Naval Museum
This museum is dedicated to the study of 225 years of naval history in the Hampton Roads region and is also responsible for the historic interpretation and day to day operations of the Battleship Wisconsin.
Hampton University Museum
Located on the campus of Hampton University, this museum has the South's largest collection of ethnic art, including African and American Indian art and artifacts. Guided tours are available with advance notice.