Norfolk: Top 7 Best Places To Visit in Norfolk

place in Norfolk is the historic Hermitage Theater, which was once a brothel and gin house. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

Norfolk Botanical Garden

The garden was established in the 1930s with thousands of azaleas, rhododendrons, and other trees and shrubs. 

Chrysler Museum of Art 

Visitors will also be able check out Perry Glass Studio, a 7,000-square foot building that artists use to display their work.

Virginia Zoo 

The ‘Trail of the Tiger” exhibits rare and unusual animals from Asia, such as Malayan Tigers and Tapirs, Orangutans, Siamangs, Siamangs, and Taipei.

The Wisconsin was involved in WWII, Korea War and Operation Desert Storm 1991. It also served as a training vessel in between active service.

Battleship Wisconsin, Norfolk

The memorial also offers tours, outreach activities and special events, such as lectures, film screenings, and more.

MacArthur Memorial 

You can also see the Lafayette River from three sides. This makes it a perfect location for special events. Here you can see hundreds of different animals and plants.

Hermitage Museum & Gardens 

Some attractions are temporarily closed and require advance reservations. Some restaurants offer pickup only. You may not be able to pick up at certain times.

Nauticus National Maritime Center