Things to see and do - Norfolk
Unmissable tourist sites
Norfolk Travel guide
Norfolk : Michelin's recommendations
Occupying a broad peninsula bounded by the Chesapeake Bay, Hampton Roads and the Elizabeth River, Norfolk has been a shiping center isnce it was founded in 1608. It's home to Norfolk Naval Station, the largest naval base in the world. Norfolk also boasts the excellent Chrysler Museum, with a renowned glass collection in addition to its fine art holdings..
Tourist attractions Norfolk : Things to see and do
245 Olney Rd.
Named for its benefactor, automobile scion and art collector Walter P. Chrysler Jr., this art museum contains pieces ranging from Roman glass c.100 BC to contemporary works by Dale Chihuly.
9079 Hampton Blvd
Established 1917, the naval base sprawls across 8,000 acres edging the Elizabeth River and Willoughby Bay. The base is home port to 89 ships (including 5 aircraft carriers), 26 aircraft squadrons and more than 70 major naval commanders.
6700 Azalea Garden Rd.
Horticulturalists and plant-lovers will love these botanical gardens gracing 155 acres with bountiful azaleas (Apr-mid-May), camellias (spring, fall & winter) and rhododendrons (May).
700 Monticello Avenue USA - Norfolk VA 23510
Just 10 minutes’ walk from the Harrison Opera House and Chrysler Hall event venue, this hotel located in Norfolk, Virginia features an on-site restaurant and an outdoor pool. Each guestroom at the Norfolk Plaza Hotel is equipped with free Wi-Fi and ..