Tours in South Suffolk


Up to 50% Off Guided tour of Historic Church at Historic St. Luke's Church

Historic St. Luke's Church

Historic St. Luke's Church

From the merchant: Hear the complex American narrative of religious freedom. 400 years in 45 minutes

$16 $10

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Cape Henry Lighthouse Tickets for Two or Four in Virginia Beach (Up to 50% Off)

Cape Henry Lighthouse

Preservation Virginia

Guests learn about the lighthouse’s 200+ year-old past and enjoy scenic ocean views

$16 $9

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90-Minute Ghostly Tours of Historic Williamsburg for Two or Four from AxWild Tours (Up to 56% Off)

AxWild Tours

AxWild Tours

On a 90-minute walking tour of historic Williamsburg, guide Allison Wildridge recounts more than 10 tales from the city’s storied past

$40 $20

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$16 for Choice of Tour for Two from Spooks and Legends Haunted Tours (Up to $28 Value)

Spooks and Legends Haunted Tours

Multiple Locations

Costumed guides lead 60-minute tours through Williamsburg’s historic streets, narrating true tales of eerie events and mysterious legends

$28 $16

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Historic Walking Tour for Two or Five from The Valentine's Richmond History Tours (Up to 72% Off)

Richmond History Tours

Richmond

Guides stroll through the city on various tour types, shedding light on cemeteries, ports, churches, and historical figures

$30 $9

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Brewery Tour for One, Two, Four, or 10 from RVA Trolley & Segway of Richmond (Up to 47% Off)

RVA Trolley & Segway of Richmond

RVA Historic Tours

Trolleys transport visitors to three Richmond-area craft breweries, where guests sample tasty brews and take home souvenir glasses

$69 $40

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60-Minute Segway Micro Tour of City Landmarks for One or Two from Segway of Richmond (54% Off)

Segway of Richmond

Segway of Richmond

Segway tours glide through River District, Shockoe Bottom, and retrace Lincoln’s visit to Richmond nine days before his death

$50 $25

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5K or 10K Running Tour from Richmond Runs (Up to 51% Off)

Richmond Runs

Richmond Runs

Runners can receive a bottle of water, Health Warrior chia nutritional bars, and digital photos

$30 $15

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  • Great White Water Sports
    Great White Water Sports creates a harmony with the gentle crash of waves, the powerful growls of jet skis, and the excited yelps of families as they launch a variety of jet-ski rentals right from the sands of Chesapeake Bay. Ranked second on the Norfolk activity list by TripAdvisor, and backed by favorable attention from USA Today, their lifeguard-trained team also saddles up jet skis in waters warmer than the Atlantic and with smaller waves. Their jet skis are not equipped with any speed-restriction devices, allowing guests to rev up their engines and feel the wind hit their faces as they send wake waves rolling shoreward.
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    1000 E Ocean View Ave.
    Norfolk, VA US
  • Capt. Jack's Pirate Ship Adventures
    Day and night, the US Coast Guard–certified Lost Pearl, a replica of a 65-foot Spanish galleon, roams the waters of Virginia Beach while searching for scallywags. During family cruises, kids take in tales from the pirate crew and battle passing vessels with spewing water cannons while their parents sip on beer, wine, and frozen drinks. Come dusk, adults converge on the decks to mingle over cocktails and watch as onboard pirates present bawdy skits.
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    Parking beside Schooner Inn
    Virginia Beach, VA US
  • DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum
    Plenty of utensils and wares decorated tables in 18th-century America, but only a few became a symbol of protest during the Revolution, one of them was the teapot. It's these subtle traces of cultural change that take center stage in the permanent and temporary exhibits at DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum. Here, developments in civilian and military infantry, such as ignition systems and muzzle-loading firearms, signal the progress of 18th-century weaponry, while 1690s-1820s furniture from New England through the Mid-Atlantic highlight developing cultural and regional trends. Though a bulk of the museum's collection—including one of the biggest assortments of British ceramics outside England—was mainly used in the home, some objects were designed for outside the domestic sphere. An original fire engine built in the mid-18th century stands unscathed by flames, and a collection of medals made for George Washington honors the time he beat up that cherry tree. Scholars delve deeper into these and other artifacts during lectures held in Hennage Auditorium.
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    326 Francis Street West
    Williamsburg, VA US
  • Taste of Williamsburg
    Taste of Williamsburg's guides would love to spend the whole day showing you the sites of the city. But they'd rather do that while they show you where the city's best ribs are. And since you're already on that side of town, they may as well as take you across the street for a life-changing slice of cheesecake, available only during its Dessert Attack tour. During enthusiastic walking food tours, a savvy guide shows small groups around Williamsburg's thriving dining scenes, taking them through neighborhoods from Merchants Square to New Town and helping them discovering new dining digs across the city. At each stop, chefs at an array of restaurants prepare traditional regional dishes or global cuisine—at one establishment guests may sample Virginia ham or peanuts, at the next they'll enjoy reinterpreted macaroni-and-cheese or goat-cheese pizza (which George Washington often enjoyed cold for breakfast).
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    424 West Duke of Gloucester Street
    Williamsburg, VA US
  • Patriot Tours & Provisions
    Randy and Jill Pryor took their first segway tour in 2010 and didn't want it to end. The experience inspired them to travel to the Segway, Inc. headquarters, where they became certified Segway Level II technicians. They founded Patriot Tours & Provisions in order to share the experience with others, which is exactly what they do during guided jaunts through Yorktown. There's the historical tour, which winds through sites linked to the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, and the breeze tour, which explores the York River and surrounding historical neighborhood. They also offer off-road nature rides through New Quarter Park and tours of the Kingsmill Resort.
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    321 Water St.
    Yorktown, VA US
  • Eerie Nights Ghost Tours
    Eerie Nights Ghost Tours aren't only eerie because they stop at historic, plausibly haunted Richmond locales on its walking and 1920s-themed trolley-ride tours. There's another creepy component?the guides. They look undead, thanks to their special-effects makeup and spooky costumes. They act it, too, showcasing their theater chops as they share their suspenseful supernatural stories about the city, like the time a local coffee shop passed off decaf as regular coffee.
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    100 North 17th Street
    Richmond, VA US

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