Vacationer’s Daily Agenda – Sample 1
It sure can be difficult to do everything in Virginia Beach. There are so many awesome restaurants, fun attractions, sightseeing and ocean tours that it may be difficult to decide what to do. Our best recommendation is to try a few of our bucket lists for starters... so here is a day of events and activities we recommend on one of your visits to Virginia Beach.
Grommet Island Park is no regular beach park. In fact it is America’s first 100% handicap accessible park to make certain that every”BODY” can enjoy the beach. The inspiration for this state-of-the art park came from the personal struggles the Thompson family had regarding their son Josh Thompson. Josh a young surfer from Virginia Beach who in late 2006 at the age of 33 was diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. When his family went to the beach, Josh always stayed behind. Josh’s father, Bruce Thompson figured this nightmare must have been plaguing many disabled folks all over the world.
So now it is a reality in Virginia Beach. This wa…... Read More
The Virginia Gift Shop and Market is the place to get all that you need for your beach fun. They have it all. Virginia Beach T-shirts, Virginia Beach Gifts, Virginia Beach Souvenirs,and are the exclusive location at the beach to get King Neptune memorabilia. To top it off The Virginia Gift Shop and Market carries Virginia Foods, Wines and Beer.
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Ocean Breeze Waterpark is Virginia Beach's ONLY water park and one of the largest waterparks on the east coast! The park is located less than 2 miles directly south of the Virginia Beach Oceanfront resort area (it's a quick trip from wherever you are).
Ocean Breeze Waterpark offers 16 waterslides, the 1 million-gallon Runaway Bay wave pool, the Buccaneer Bay Water Playground and other fantastic attractions.
Enjoy our private poolside cabanas, Island Trader Gift Shop or any of our annual events and daily activities!
Open daily from Memorial Day through Labor Day each summer.... Read More
This unique museum is located in the last remaining Virginia Beach Boardwalk cottage, de Witt Cottage, which was built in 1895. There is an array of wildfowl artifacts and art as well as representations of the early history of the Virginia Beach. And the best part is that admission is free.... Read More