Attractions in Virginia Beach

Where the Chesapeake Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean, you’ll find the vibrant and bustling coastal city of Virginia Beach. A popular destination all year long, Virginia Beach shines during the summertime when visitors flock to the oceanfront and boardwalk. Also known for its flourishing local dining scene, arts and entertainment, maritime history, and family-friendly attractions, Virginia Beach features its own unique districts that offer experiences for everyone to enjoy.

History & Art

Art & Culture more your speed? Virginia Beach is home to many curated museums and art installations. View contemporary works at the MOCA Museum, or learn about the early days of the lifesaving museum at the Virginia Beach Surf and Rescue Museum at 24th Street. Explore The Cape Henry Lighthouse, the first federally funded public works project of the newly formed US Government or walk the streets of the ViBe district and get a sense of all of the creativity flowing through the city. Something for everyone!

First Landing State Park

Virginia’s most visited state park - First Landing is where the English colonists first landed in 1607! Enjoy the 20 miles of trails and 1.5 miles of sandy Chesapeake bay frontage. Did you know, the Beach House on 64th is on the same street as the Atlantic side entrance? Pack a picnic and explore!


Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Museum

Just minutes from the Oceanfront Resort area is the Virginia Aquarium. Fun for all ages, the Aquarium is home to over 300 species! Get up close and personal with sharks, sea turtles, and rays. Plan your visit below!


Jungle Golf

A Virginia Beach Oceanfront tradition since 1970! Jungle Golf is great fun for families, couples, and friends alike. Take your best shot!


Beachside Social

Virginia Beach is for Shufflers! Beachside Social is a fun, family-friendly indoor games space at the Oceanfront between 27th and 28th Street! Featuring shuffleboard, bocce, board games and fresh cocktails, craft beer & delicious food.

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