Sightseeing in Elizabeth City


Virginia Sports Hall of Fame & Museum: One-Year Family Membership or Admission for Two at Virginia Sports Hall of Fame & Museum (Up to 51% Off)

One-Year Family Membership or Admission for Two at Virginia Sports Hall of Fame & Museum (Up to 51% Off)

Virginia Sports Hall of Fame & Museum

Portsmouth

Family membership and admission grants guests access to a museum dedicated to Virginia’s athletic icons with interactive exhibits

$14 $9

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Crazy Dash Digital Adventures: Crazy Dash Walking Adventure Entry for Two or Four (Up to 50% Off)

Crazy Dash Walking Adventure Entry for Two or Four (Up to 50% Off)

Crazy Dash Digital Adventures

Norfolk

Explore your city through this fun urban scavenger hunt full of wacky challenges

$39.95 $20

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Capt. Jack's Pirate Ship Adventure: Adults’ Pirate Party Cruise for Two, Four, or Ten from Capt. Jack's Pirate Ship Adventures (Up 37% Off)

Adults’ Pirate Party Cruise for Two, Four, or Ten from Capt. Jack's Pirate Ship Adventures (Up 37% Off)

Capt. Jack's Pirate Ship Adventure

Northeast Virginia Beach

Passengers dance, sip drinks, and enjoy bawdy skits put on by pirates during a 90-minute cruise on a replica of a 65-foot Spanish galleon

$30 $20

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

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

Cape Henry Lighthouse

Fort Story

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

$16 $9

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Crazy Dash Digital Adventures: Crazy Dash Digital Adventures Entry for Two or Four (Up to 50% Off)

Crazy Dash Digital Adventures Entry for Two or Four (Up to 50% Off)

Crazy Dash Digital Adventures

Virginia Beach

Explore your city through an urban scavenger hunt filled with wacky challenges

$39.95 $20

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Coastal Balloons: $399 for a Hot Air Balloon Ride for Two from Coastal Balloons ($798 Value)

$399 for a Hot Air Balloon Ride for Two from Coastal Balloons ($798 Value)

Coastal Balloons

Smithfield

Pairs soar above the trees for a birds-eye view of coastal Smithfield Virginia or coastal North Carolina during 30-45 minute rides

$798 $399

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

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

Historic St. Luke's Church

Benns Church

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

$16 $10

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The Watermen's Museum: Individual or Family Membership atThe Watermen's Museum in Yorktown (Up to 52% Off)

Individual or Family Membership atThe Watermen's Museum in Yorktown (Up to 52% Off)

The Watermen's Museum

Yorktown

Non-profit museum explores the rich history of the men and women who have made their living on the waters of the Chesapeake Bay

$40 $20

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

$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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  • Virginia Sports Hall of Fame
    Whether they're living legends or heroes of ages past, Virginia's many athletic icons get their due in this monument to greatness. Visitors can get the skinny on all of the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame's inductees from their multimedia displays, while the rest of museum pays testament to the commonwealth's athletic history, hometown teams, and the joy of playing sports. Size: The 35,000-square-foot museum's centerpiece in the Hall of Honor, which houses tributes to inductees like athletes, members of the media, and other sports figures. Eye Catcher: It's hard to miss the vibrant colors of the real stock car and racing suit that carried a Virginia driver to the winner's circle in one of NASCAR's centerpiece races. That display anchors the Paul Sawyer Racing Exhibit, which educates visitors about the commonwealth's auto-racing history and gives them a chance to go behind the wheel in a simulator. Permanent Mainstay: In the media center, you can just watch highlights of Virginia's great sports moments, or you can try your hand at becoming the next great color commentator, exclaiming over an extraordinary buzzer-beater or a sprint down the field. Don't Miss: The Chuck Boone Sports Complex, where visitors of all ages can test their own skills during physical baseball, soccer, and football activities.
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    206 High St
    Portsmouth, VA US
  • 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
  • Virginia Zoo
    Before visitors to the AZA-accredited Virginia Zoo see any of its live animals, a life-size statue of an African elephant greets them. The zoo's 53 acres of landscaped grounds have welcomed new sculptures, enclosures, and eco-friendly innovations in recent decades that build on a 100-year legacy of conservation. Mammals such as African lions and kangaroos, birds such as rhino hornbills and African crowned cranes, and a variety of snakes and amphibians roam themed habitats—some of which are interactive or equipped with viewing bubbles that protect visitors from any monkeys with paintball guns. Visitors can view these protected creatures by walking or by taking a narrated ride on the Zoo Train, a one-third scale working model of a C.P. Huntington steam engine. Zoo staffers work to preserve 16 of the resident species through cooperative breeding, field projects, and reintroduction initiatives as part of the AZA's Species Survival Programs. Each year, Virginia Zoo staff and volunteers work together to design and plant 10 themed gardens filled with colorful exotic plants, many of which are given as treats to their 400 animals. In the garden, visitors can learn about composting, using rain barrels, and ticketing littering garden gnomes. Projects, such as recycling old tires into planters and industrial spools into stepping stones, teach children about reuse, too. The zoo also builds on its conservation efforts with an array of environmental conservation programs. Staffers use only natural rainfall and drip irrigation to water the gardens, establish rain gardens to absorb runoff, and educate visitors on environmentally friendly gardening practices in the eco-garden—earning the zoo a designation as a Virginia Green attraction.
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    3500 Granby St.
    Norfolk, VA US
  • Sail Nauticus
    Sail Nauticus enriches the lives of community members, most especially kids, with lessons focusing on fun, science, and responsibility, taught through the lens of sailing. There's no better classroom for teaching such subjects than the Elizabeth River, and Sail Nauticus's facilities back right up to it, overlooking the water. They also make use of the Harbor 20 keelboat that is a safe, timeless sailing vessel on which guests can explore the river, its ecosystems, and its sounds, either on a relaxing cruise or a hands-on sailing lesson.
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    1 Waterside Dr.
    Norfolk, VA US
  • Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art
    To stay true to the ever-changing genre it represents—and keep security guards entertained despite their short attention spans—the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art continually changes the artwork that adorns its 6,300 square feet of exhibition space. Though the exhibits predominately feature work from living artists, from the nature-inspired art of Richmond native Sayaka Suzuki to the fantastical landscapes of Jean-Pierre Roy, seminal pieces from late legends settle in from time to time, such as an Andy Warhol exhibit that borrowed pieces from the artist's eponymous gallery and banana farm in Pittsburgh. Beyond its exhibits, MOCA also promotes art education through studio-art classes—sometimes taught by the very virtuosos whose works grace the museum walls—and outreach programs. Held twice a year on the shores of Virginia Beach, outdoor art shows invite national artists to compete in juried contests by signing their own names on lost Picassos.
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    2200 Parks Ave
    Virginia Beach, VA US
  • Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum
    The Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum is located in the charming DeWitt Cottage in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The beautiful and quaint interior of this museum highlights the history of local waterfowl. It began when, in 1974 several friends discussed the possibility of a bird-carving competition in Virginia Beach. Over the years, popularity and interest grew until in 1992, when the artifacts and carvings found a home at the DeWitt Cottage. Resident carvers can answer your questions about the artifacts in their care, which include waterfowl carvings, paintings, and sculpture. Take a peek into their Carving Room to see how it’s all done at the Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum.
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    1113 Atlantic Ave
    Virginia Beach, VA US

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