The large region of Virginia Beach offers many joys to its visitors and the best way to explore it is, of course, to see it for yourselves. It is a lovely area with plenty of recreational and fun activities, where everyone will find something satisfying, so don’t hesitate to bring some company, while visiting.
Make sure not to miss the local icon, King Neptune’s statue that has become a very famous emblem of the region. It overlooks Neptune’s Park, a very well known event site in Virginia Beach. A former landfill, Mount Trashmore Park, is a place for the whole family, featuring Kids Cove playground, skate ramps, water wise gardens, fitness trail and other opportunities for recreation.
If you are in mood for entertainment and adventure, you should board Captain Jack’s Pirate Ship and explore the seas, accompanied by singing and dancing, and, of course, good food. If you are lucky, you might even spot a dolphin following the ship.
In Sky Zone Trampoline Park, you can enjoy in the world’s first indoor trampoline park and have some healthy fun. Or you can visit Atlantic Wildlife Heritage Museum, located in the last Virginia Beach Boardwalk cottage, built in the late 1800s, and learn some amazing new information on the history and nature of the region.
There are many places in the region that offer good food, like Calypso Bar and Grill, where you can equally enjoy the cuisine, as well as live music and panoramic view form the beach patio.
Eat, on the other hand, is a quaint little restaurant with most creative dishes, so, you might want to try it if you prefer more hidden places. Eagle’s Nest Rockin’Country Bar is a must-see for lovers of country music or anyone that simply wants to have a lot of fun.
If you prefer some thrilling and chilling type of entertainment, don’t miss Rockin’ Rosie’s Fun House, Mirror Maze, Haunted and Nightmare Mansion in Atlantic Avenue, where you will certainly get some good scares.