For the Explorers
So you want to come to Virginia Beach and "explore" huh? I mean, laying on the beach and getting tan is nice but for some people it just isn't their "thing". They feel the urge to get out and explore the region and find out more about it's history and everything there is to do that the "normal" vacationer might not think about. Well. you are in luck! There is soooooo much to explore in Virginia Beach that it is hard to limit it to just a few bullet points on a list. Please check out some of the items below and if you find something else in the area that isn't on this list but should be... then please let us know!
Have a great time exploring Virginia Beach!
Once a landfill, over 60 feet high, 800 feet long and 165 acres. Home to Kids Cove playground, skate ramps, and many special events. Fitness trail, water wise gardens and many more recreational amentities.
World-renowned Mount Trashmore Park encompasses 165 acres and is comprised of two man-made mountains, two lakes, two playgrounds, a skate park and vert ramp, and multi-use paths. The mountain was created by compacting layers of solid waste and clean soil. Recognized for its environmental feat, this former land fill features a water-wise garden that boasts xeriscaping which requires minimal water.
The park also features a smaller mountain, Encore Hill, and two lak…... Read More
Berthed at Nauticus, the Battleship Wisconsin is one of the largest and last battleships ever built by the U.S. Navy. Explore its deck through a self-guided tour or, with an additional charge, our guided Topside Tour that will take you back in time to experience this majestic ship that earned five battle stars during WW II.... Read More
Behold the King! This statue is definately a MUST SEE on your list of things to do in Virginia Beach. It is massive and a great place to take a photo with the entire family
Hiking, bicycle and self-guided trails. Nine walking trails total approximately 19 miles. The most popular, the first section of the Bald Cypress Trail, is one-mile, crosses dunes and ponds and is handicapped accessible. A brochure for the self-guided tour is available at the Trail Center. Trail walks are conducted by interpreters throughout the year, and trail guidebooks are available in the Trail Center. Bicycles allowed on Cape Henry trail only. The park's Bay Store rents bikes.... Read More