Wintertime Is Perfect for Visiting Museums
These chilly days of late winter are perfect for exploring local museums. A jim-dandy option is the Surf & Rescue Museum, a depository that portrays various aspects of Virginia coast maritime culture. You can expect to learn about the evolution of bathing suits and surfing, as well as the history of lifesaving in the area. The photographs will make the rescues come alive. While the museum is small, it’s packed with interesting information, and you could easily spend two hours here. If you’ve never visited the city before, a trip to this attraction is a must.
Admission is $5. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays. The address is 2401 Atlantic Avenue.
Farmers Market Event Coming Soon
On March 23, the local farmers’ market will host an event called Celebrate Agriculture, which will involve fun for the entire family. In addition to the fresh produce available, the gala will feature handcrafted items, food trucks and face painting for children.
Admission is free. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The address is 3640 Dam Neck Road.
Winter camping in Virginia Beach has its special rewards, and our many hot deals make it irresistible. You’ll find the current promotions on our website.
Don’t let the cold weather stop you from having a cozy getaway. Come enjoy outdoor recreation in the crisp air. By day, you can play in our Pocket Park, try your hand at our indoor Game Arcade, and engage in outdoor volleyball or basketball; and by night, you can savor hot chocolate by a warm campfire.
Choose from one of our brand new Deluxe Patio RV sites, Deluxe Cabins with bathroom and linens, rustic Camping Cabins in the woods, or a traditional tent site. Enjoy our brand new Pocket Park filled with games and recreation for kids and adults. Learn more on our website.