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Aberdeen Gardens Historic Museum

Aberdeen Gardens Historic Museum

Downtown Hampton - 55 and 57 N. Mary Peake Boulevard

The museum celebrates the history, heritage and future of historic Aberdeen Gardens. Built for and by African-Americans in 1935 as part of Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal program, the neighborhood provided modern homes to African-American workers. The museum, dedicated in 2002, represents an original…

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757-722-2345

Air Power Park

Air Power Park

Coliseum Central - 413 W. Mercury Boulevard

Visit this outdoor park and see the air power that played a vital part in America’s early space exploration and aircraft testing. Admission is free to this 15 acre park that includes a children's playground. Many of the displays have connections with nearby Langley AFB and the NASA Langley Research…

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757-727-8311

Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World

Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World

Coliseum Central - 1972 Power Plant Parkway

Museum-quality wildlife dioramas, huge murals and chandeliers depicting outdoor scenes, massive log and rock work, waterfalls and a 19,000 gallon aquarium stocked with native fish species. Bass Pro Shops isn't just fishing. It is an outdoor retail leader in hunting, camping, nature gifts, outdoor…

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757-262-5200

Bethel Battlefield

Bethel Battlefield

All - 123 Saunders Road

Bethel Battlefield Paintball Park, located right off Interstate 64 in Hampton, Virginia. We are Hampton Roads' true professionals at delivering a high quality paintball experience for our guests. Woodsball, Hyperball, Airball and our MOUT site are just a few of the playing fields that continue to bring…

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757-488-2501

Bluebird Gap Farm

Bluebird Gap Farm

Coliseum Central - 60 Pine Chapel Road

Bluebird Gap Farm offers an exciting, family-oriented adventure and educational experience rarely see in an urban environment. The 60-acre farm has about 150 domestic and wild animals, including everything from the usual array of farm animals to birds of prey, whitetail deer, tortoises, and peacocks…

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757-825-4750

Buckroe Beach Park

Buckroe Beach Park

Phoebus - 100 First Street South

Enjoy the wide, clean beach and gentle surf of the Chesapeake Bay. Lifeguards on duty during the summer season. Watercraft available for rent and picnic shelters available for a fee. Playground. For the convenience of our visitors, pets are not allowed May 15th-September 15th. Open daily year-round.…

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757-850-5134

Casemate Museum at Fort Monroe

Casemate Museum at Fort Monroe

Phoebus - 20 Bernard Road

The largest stone fort ever built in the U.S., Fort Monroe is the home of the Casemate Museum, which chronicles the history of the fort and the Coast Artillery Corps. During the Civil War, more than 6,000 slaves escaped to Union-held Fort Monroe, earning it the nickname, “Freedom’s Fortress.” Highli…

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757-788-3391

Charles H. Taylor Cultural Arts Center

Charles H. Taylor Cultural Arts Center

Downtown Hampton - 4205 Victoria Boulevard

The Charles H. Taylor Arts Center is one of the most familiar sites in downtown Hampton. Built in 1925 the building served as Hampton's public library for over 60 years. After careful renovation and restoration, the building now presents changing exhibitions of the best of local, regional, and national…

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757-727-1490

Fort Monroe

Fort Monroe

- 20 Bernard Road

Completed in 1834 and named in honor of President James Monroe, Fort Monroe is recognized as the largest stone fort ever built in the United States. Nicknamed "Freedom's Fortress," this Union-held fortification provided a safe haven for hundreds of runaway slaves during the Civil War. It was also the…

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757-727-3391

Fort Wool

Fort Wool

Phoebus - Hampton Roads Harbor

Construction of this island fortress was directed by Robert E. Lee. Dating to 1819, it played important roles in the Civil War and in both World Wars, bearing witness to the battle of the USS Monitor and the CSS Virginia. The fort was also a favorite escape of Andrew Jackson. Although not accessible…

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800-800-2202