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Casemate Museum at Fort Monroe - The Casemate Museum is open from 10:30 AM to 4:30 PM, 7 days per week. Admission is free and the facility is handicapped accessible.  The Museum is closed New Years Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.  Hampton,  VA, Phone: (757) 727-3391  

Dancer with Bouquet - Chrysler Museum of ArtChildren's Museum of Virginia - With over 90 hands-on exhibits for kids of all ages, including an awesome toy train collection, a planetarium and tons more, the Children's Museum is your ticket to some truly amazing places and enlightening discoveries.  Portsmouth,  VA, Phone: (757) 393-8393  

Chrysler Museum of Art - In addition to maintaining a distinguished permanent collection, the Chrysler offers a comprehensive program of changing exhibitions and education activities for visitors of all ages. Our goal is to bring people and original works of art together. We believe that a visit to a museum should be both educational, providing visitors with a chance to learn more about themselves and their world, and fun.  Norfolk,  VA, 
Phone: (757) 664-6200, 

D'art Center - Your Connection With the Visual Arts! 30 studios where artists create & sell fine art.  Art Classes for adults and children.  Changing Exhibits.  Art is for sale & commissions welcome.  Unique place for private events/celebrations.  Norfolk,  VA, Phone: (757) 625-4211  

Hampton Roads Naval Museum - The museum is one of 11 official Navy museums and is subordinate to Commander, Navy Region, Mid-Atlantic. Our mission is to study and interpret the history of the U.S. Navy in Hampton Roads, Virginia. In partnership with Nauticus: The National Maritime Center, and the Naval Sea Systems Command, the museum is in charge of the day-to-day management and historic interpretation of the Battleship Wisconsin.  Norfolk,  VA, Phone: (757) 322-2987  

Virginia BeachHermitage Foundation Museum - The Hermitage Museum consists of an early 20th century residence surrounded by twelve acres of formal gardens and natural woodlands and hidden in a residential neighborhood.   Norfolk,  VA, Phone: (757) 423-2052  

Hunter House Victorian Museum - Boston architect W.D. Wentworth designed and built a home in the Richardsonian Romanesque style of architecture for the prominent merchant and banker, James Wilson Hunter. Rich in architectural detail, the House displays the family's collection of Victorian furnishings and decorative pieces, including a Renaissance revival bedchamber suite, a nursery of children's playthings, an inglenook, stained glass windows, and an elaborately embroidered crazy quilt. Norfolk,  VA, Phone: (757) 623-9814  

Mariners' Museum - The Mariners' Museum, one of the largest international maritime museums in the world, is dedicated to "illuminating mankind's experience with the sea and the events that shaped the course and progress of civilization." It is a nonprofit, educational institution accredited since 1972 by the American Association of Museums.  Newport News,  VA, Phone: (800) 581-7245  

Battleship WisconsinNauticus - The National Maritime Center - The National Maritime Center located on the downtown waterfront in Norfolk, Virginia. Home to the Battleship Wisconsin, Nauticus is an exciting 120,000 square-foot science and technology center exploring the power of the sea.  Norfolk,  VA, Phone: (800) 664-1080, 

Old Coast Guard Station - The museum's interactive exhibit, allows visitors the same view of the ocean and beach that the Surfmen had from the tower. A touch screen computer system, video monitor and video camera mounted on the Station's tower let visitors identify the many vessels that visit the port of Hampton Roads.  Virginia Beach,  VA, Phone: (757) 422-1587, 

St. Paul's Church - St. Paul's was erected in 1739. It is build in the from of a cross as were most of the Colonial churches. When Lord Dunmore, enraged because of his defeat at Great Bridge, fired on Norfolk, New Year's Day 1776, a cannon ball lodged in the side of this church, where it can still be seen amid the ivy which covers the walls.

Chesapeake BayTugboat Museum - the Tug Huntington has been restored to her former glory. Explore the engine room for a view of her massive power plant. Catch a glimpse of tugboat life as you visit the crew's quarters, galley and saloon. Then make your way topside to the captain's quarters and wheelhouse.  Norfolk,  VA, Phone: (757) 627-4TUG  

Virginia Air and Space Center - Your imagination will soar as you launch a rocket, pilot a space shuttle, become an air traffic controller, fly an airplane, and more! Come face-to-face with the Apollo 12 Command Module that went to the moon, a Mars meteorite, and a DC-9 passenger jet.  Hampton,  VA, Phone: (800) 296-0800  

Virginia Living Museum - Come see all the exhibits that showcase Virginia's natural history from the mountains to the sea. Explore the underwater realm of the Chesapeake Bay. See the fish, reptiles, amphibians and birds that would live in a mountain cove or cypress swamp. Enjoy four hands-on discovery centers and stroll the 3/4-mile elevated boardwalk to see animals in natural habitats. Enjoy magnificent views of the sun from the new observatory and travel the universe in a planetarium show.  Newport News,  VA, Phone: (757) 595-1900, 

Marine Science MuseumVirginia Marine Science Museum - The Virginia Marine Science Museum is one of the top aquariums in the country with more than 800,000 gallons of aquariums and live animal habitats, over 300 hands-on exhibits, an outdoor aviary, ten acres of marsh habitat and a 1/3-mile nature trail.  Virginia Beach,  VA, Phone: (757) 425-FISH, 

Virginia Sports Hall of Fame and Museum - Established in 1972, the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame and Museum in Portsmouth is the Commonwealth's official sports hall of fame, honoring champions from every region of Virginia. Its aim is to offer sports enthusiasts an intimate look at Virginia's sports greats and their memorable contributions, all illustrating what it takes to be a true champion - teamwork, commitment, sacrifice, and selflessness.  Portsmouth,  VA, Phone: (757) 393-8031 

Yorktown Victory Center - At the Victory Center, America's evolution from colonial status to nationhood is chronicled through a unique blend of timeline, thematic exhibits and outdoor living history.  Yorktown,  VA, 
Phone: (888) 593-4682  




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