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Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center
Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center

This is the state’s largest aquarium, with two buildings that is the prime tourist attraction of Virginia Beach. The Virginia Aquarium & Marine Center holds 700,000 gallons of aquariums and live animal habitats, three touch tanks, more than 300 hands-on exhibits, an outdoor aviary, 10 acres of marsh habitat, and a 1/3-mile nature trail. The highlights of this marine centre are the sharks, sea turtles, harbor seals, river otters, and stingrays. Here one can see “larger-than-life” movies on a screen six stories high in the Virginia Aquarium 3D IMAX® Theater. To get totally immersed in the Virginia Aquarium experience, try Harbor Seal Splash or a Behind the Scenes Sea Turtle Tour.

Ocean Breeze Water Park
Ocean Breeze Water Park

Virginia Beach Ocean Breeze waterpark is a family-friendly destination which is a perfect summer getaway. Loaded with thrilling water slides, a huge wave pool, cool drinks and snacks, you, your family and friends can spend a whole day swimming, laughing and having fun. Not only the kids but the adults will certainly take pleasures and enjoy at the water rides here. This Caribbean paradise lies 2 miles south of the Oceanfront. This waterpark offers visitors 16 water slides, million gallon wave pool and water playground. There are tons of stuff for kids from a toddler friendly area to the tube slides. Ocean Breeze Water Park is a huge part of Virginia Beach's personality and the giant gorilla outside has become a symbol for this family friendly experience.

The Boardwalk
The Boardwalk

As soon as you enter the Virginia Beach Boardwalk you realize you're on vacation. The Virginia Beach’s Boardwalk is a 3 miles long concrete walkway. Starting at 3rd Street and continuing along the ocean to around 39th street, the boardwalk offers everything from oceanfront restaurants like Waterman's Grill, to everyone's favorite pit stop, Dairy Queen. That's not to mention the more than 40 hotels with oceanfront rooms. Virginia Beach's boardwalk also features a bike path, where you can rent a bike and take the whole family for a spin. Several event venues located on the boardwalk are wine tasting fests to monster truck madness.

Ferry Plantation House
Ferry Plantation House

The Ferry Plantation House is Virginia Beach’s most remarkable historic sites, and it is certainly a must-see destination for anyone. Ferry Plantation was named in 1642. During this period, a ferry service used to travel up and down the local waterway. A signal cannon was used to summon the ferry operator, who brought everything from goods to people and animals to the area. The current structure is circa 1830 and was rebuilt after the earlier Walke Manor House (1782) was destroyed by fire. This site was also known as Ferry Farm. A restoration effort is ongoing by Friends of the Ferry Plantation House.

First Landing State Park
First Landing State Park

Located on Cape Henry in North Virginia Beach the First Landing State Park is 2,888 acre park that offers a wide range of activities for visitors. You can go swimming, hiking, biking, boating, fishing, or enjoy a picnic when you visit First Landing. The park offers a chance to explore a unique habitat featuring lagoons, large cypress trees and rare plants. More than 19 miles of hiking trails wind through the natural area. Climate-controlled cabins, campsites, picnic areas, boat ramps, kayak rentals, and a bicycle trail are also available. First Landing is Virginia's most popular state park, attracting over a million visitors each year. Originally built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, the park now preserves and interprets a unique part of the Chesapeake.

Rudee Rocket
Rudee Rocket

Rudee Rocket is the hottest thrill ride at Virginia Beach! The Rocket is a 70' vessel with 2000 horsepower to ride the waves and check out the sites. Experience the beautiful open waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Chesapeake Bay at top the speed on a 70' two thousand horsepower speedboat. Enjoy this hour long ride of a lifetime with the chance to see dolphins up close. Bring your camera and swimsuit and prepare to have fun cutting through the waves. On the Rudee Rocket Tour, you'll also experience Bottlenose Dolphin and other aquatic life as the Rocket takes you along the Ocean Front and makes its way along the shoreline past the famous and historic, Cape Henry Lighthouse.

Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel
Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel

The Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel is a tourist attraction and a travel convenience. It crosses the mouth of Chesapeake Bay and connects the City of Virginia Beach to Cape Charles in Northampton County on the Virginia Eastern Shore. Including land approach highways, the overall facility is 23 miles long, and it carries highway traffic on US-13 which is a major arterial highway serving the corridor between Norfolk, Virginia and Wilmington, Delaware. This 17.6 mile toll facility is an award-winning engineering marvel and is considered one of the seven man-made wonders of the world. Direct crossing time is approximately 25 minutes. A bayside restaurant, gift shop and 625-foot fishing pier are located on the southernmost island

Balloon Excursions
Balloon Excursions

Balloon Rides in Virginia Beach are one of the top most excursions which offer the freedom and tranquility of floating across the sky, with a bird’s eye view of places you may have seen before. The Balloon rides in Virginia are generally flown around Sunrise or Sunset, when air conditions are traditionally clear, calm, cool and stable. The peace and gentleness of ballooning will surprise you, and the Virginia flight views are unsurpassable. As you drift along with the breeze, the scenery slowly changes until, after approximately an hour in the air, it is time to land.

Kayak Nature Tours
Kayak Nature Tours

Kayak Nature tours offers Sea Kayaking and Dolphin trips in Virginia Beach. With Virginia Beach Kayak Nature Tours one is free to paddle the tree-lined Backwater River, explore the deserted Beaches of the Eastern Shore, or escape to Back Bay, next to the Sand Bridge. Kayak Nature Tours offers these and a variety of other kayaking trips to make your outdoor kayaking experience one you will never forget. Kayak in the serene calm waters of another flat-water trip and all of the surrounding areas. On a kayak you can see, hear, and feel the nature around you. Kayak Nature Tours offers 2 1/2-hour kayaking trips that are great for beginners and families. No Experience Necessary!

Fishing Excursions
Fishing Excursions

You do not have to be a professional angler to enjoy fishing in the waters of Virginia Beach. The thrill of Virginia Beach Fishing Excursions can be enjoyed by everyone from first timers, avid anglers, family vacationers and sports fishing enthusiasts. Nothing makes a Virginia Beach fishing enthusiast happier than to feel the rod double over and hear the reel scream as line is peeled off by a marlin or other big game sportfish. This is when you as the angler get to test all your mental and physical fishing skills you have honed over the years. And if you are not an experienced angler we will help you establish the skills needed to boat one of these beautiful sportfish from the deep.

  • Beaches
Croatan
Croatan

Croatan is located south of the resort strip beaches in Virginia Beach. Croatan is called as the local’s haven. The best part of this beach is that all-day surfing is permitted here. The Croatan is also an “Extreme Beach”, and for the safety purpose there is a lifeguard and several amenities like public restroom, and a pay phone. One will certainly enjoy the trails of Croatan beach as directions to Croatan Beach are a secret that is well-paid not to disclose.

North end Beaches
North end Beaches

North of 38th Street in Virginia Beach is where the locals hang. Here the beach is wider. It becomes downright “huge” the further north you go. It is truly a lovely place. You must need to know, however, that there are no public restrooms or public parking lots near this area of the beach. No one is permitted near or on the sea oats.  There are no lifeguards. To enjoy the North End beaches, one must get there early to secure a rare “on street” parking spot, pack a lunch or snack, and run the risk of dehydration by abstaining from liquids to avoid the need for a restroom. The locals refer to the North End as “Extreme Beaches” for these reasons.

The Narrows
The Narrows

The Narrows is situated at the end of 64th Street in Virginia Beach. To get to this beautiful and serene location one has to take a left off of Atlantic Avenue, if you are heading north. You’ll see the First Landing State Park entrance at the end. There is a nominal fee to pay and also there is a boat ramp, beach and fishing area that abut Broad Bay. This is one of the loveliest sights in Virginia Beach! Broad Bay is just that – “broad”. It is breathtakingly beautiful! There is lots of boat traffic, which creates an ever-changing and entertaining view. Biking and hiking trails add to the versatility of this great area.

Chick's Beach
Chickís Beach

A Shore Drive in Virginia Beach, through the densely wooded area around First Landing State Park will take you to the wonderful world of “Chick’s Beach”. There will actually be two beaches on the way. The first beach that you will pass will actually be part of the park. This is a beautiful stretch of Virginia Beach, and has restrooms. It is an unpopulated beach, and has great natural beauty and a wonderful view of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. The second beaches lie just over the Lesner Bridge on both sides, to the left and to the right. These are bay beaches, with calmer water. The beach to the left offers restrooms.

Buckroe Beach
Buckroe Beach

Buckroe Beach in Hampton Virginia is another of the immensely popular Virginia beaches offering many things to do in the warmer months. Buckroe Beach in Hampton Virginia is one of the oldest recreational regions in the state. Originally utilized as a fishing camp in the post-Civil War era, the beach is now a multi-use area full of recreational possibilities. The entire Buckroe Beach area totals more than eight acres of sandy shoreline and is equipped with a large playground for kids and an excellent cycling and walking path. There are also picnic pavilions complete with grills and tables and a large parking area for anyone with rental cars or their own vehicles.

 
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