Chrysler Museum of Art
Although you would need to use a car, this museum is my favorite in the area. If you’re looking to see more of what Tidewater is to offer, please give this place a look. (It’s free too)
The Chrysler Museum of Art is an art museum nestled between downtown and the Ghent district of Norfolk. It has fee admission and parking. Great affordable and educational option for families. (website: chrysler.org)
One of the East coast's finest small museums. Give yourself plenty of time to see art of all periods, or just drop in for a changing exhibit and have a great lunch. Less than an hour away. Admission is free.
“Rooftop bar/dining, Seafood and the occasional live music. Great date night spot, especially around sunset.”
“Nauticus inspires and educates with engaging & interactive experiences that celebrate our connections with today's maritime world. It is a contemporary museum that uses the natural setting of Norfolk's harbor to showcase global maritime commerce and the world's largest Navy. Touch a shark, learn about marine life, explore naval history, catch a 3D educational movie, and climb aboard a battleship. ”
“The venue’s concrete monolithic dome and twenty-four flying buttresses make it a popular, eye-catching and iconic landmark in downtown Norfolk. Scope Arena is the host to a wide variety of events and is currently home to the Norfolk Admirals hockey team.”
“Where else can you visit the late great General MacArthur! NORFOLK of course! There is also an entire downtown Norfolk walking trail that takes you to all the historic features.”