Looking to expand your itinerary? Check out the list of regional attractions below:
Sandy Bottom Nature Park
This 456-acre nature-lover's dream features two lakes, wetland areas, trails for hiking and biking, boating, picnic areas, a playground and nature center.
Spirit of Norfolk
Take a leisurely daytime cruise, or dine and dance the night away while cruising the Elizabeth River.
St. John's Episcopal Church
Built in 1728, is the fourth site of worship of Elizabeth City Parish which was established in 1610. It is the oldest continuous English-speaking parish in the United States.
The Chrysler Museum
The Wall Street Journal named the Chrysler one of the top twenty art museums in the country. The Chrysler Museum of Art combines, under a single administrative umbrella, one of America's great fine arts museums and two significant historic houses.
The Old Coast Guard Station
Formerly a U.S. Life Saving/Coast Guard Station built in 1903, it is the only existing station in Virginia which depicts the history of the lifesaving service, shipwrecks off the Virginia coast, and the impact of WWI and WWII.