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Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Museum
Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Museum

Virginia’s marine environment is represented through 800,000 gallons of aquariums, live animal habitats, more than 300 hands-on exhibits, 1/3-mile nature trail, 1/2-acre aviary, and “larger than life” movies on our IMAX 3D movie screen (8 stories X 6 stories). Admission. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Virginia Aquarium is open to the public at a limited capacity with new safety procedures in place for our guests, staff, and volunteers. Timed tickets with online reservations will be required, and guests age 5 and over are required to wear face coverings. Learn more about our safety procedures and policies by clicking the Visit Safely button. SEA you soon! Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Museum 717 General Booth Blvd Virginia Beach, VA 757-385-FISH (3474) www.virginiaaquarium.com

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Ocean Breeze Water Park

Enjoy 19 acres of fun. Choose from 16 water slides and swim in our million gallon wave pool. There is an arcade, food court, locker rentals and a bar. We cater to all kinds of parties, from corporate picnics and reunions to children’s birthday parties. Ocean Breeze is located 1.5 miles south of the resort area, just past the Virginia Marine Science Museum. Please check our website for Covid-19 Faqs. Ocean Breeze Water Park 849 General Booth Blvd. Virginia Beach, VA 757-422-4444 www.oceanbreezewaterpark.com

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Busch Gardens Williamsburg

Busch Gardens will take guests on a new journey with their pulse-pounding roller coasters, sensational family attractions and the return of exciting seasonal events. Thrills and nature intersect at our park and provide a hidden adventure for all ages. Busch Gardens ® in Williamsburg, Virginia is the world’s most beautiful theme park, as voted year after year since 1990. Our theme is classic Europe with artfully landscaped villages, like the Parisian streets of France, the hamlets of Scotland and the Oktoberfest celebrations of Germany. In all, we have nine villages centered around six countries for you to explore. Exposure to COVID-19 is an inherent risk in any public location where people are present; we cannot guarantee you will not be exposed during your visit. Review Important Safety Guidelines BUSCH GARDENS For more information, please call (800) 343-7946 OR visit BUSCHGARDENS.COM/VA. 1 Busch Gardens Blvd, Williamsburg, VA 23185

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Water Country USA

Cool off this summer at Water Country USA! Bring the whole family and stay all day! More Screams: Big Thrills Whether you’re on summer break or a family vacation, there are tons of things to do at Virginia’s largest water park. With twists and turns and epic drops, our water slides make it the best place to cool off this summer. All-New Water Coaster: Get Ready To Hang Ten Are you ready to experience Virginia’s first water coaster? Blast up hills, zoom down steep drops and rush around heart-stopping turns. Cutback Water Coaster is now open! Soak up the sun: Relax and Unwind Enjoy the luxury of a reserved lounger or cabana, the sweet taste of a frozen beverage or the relaxation of our lazy river. We bring the beach vibe and resort-like atmosphere to you all in one place. See website for Health and Safety Guidelines. WATER COUNTRY USA 176 Water Country Parkway Williamsburg, VA 23185 buschgardens.com/williamsburg/water-country-usa

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Adventure Park

Are you an outdoor enthusiast who’s looking for adventure and a full excursion of fun? Then you belong at The Adventure Park at the Virginia Aquarium! New this year to Virginia Beach, The Adventure Park offers multiple zip lines and 10 aerial ropes challenge courses suitable for kids, teens and adults. The courses include platforms located at varying heights throughout the trees and are connected by crossings, which could be bridges that participants can cross or cables that allow a person to zip from one station to the next. Swing through the trees just like Tarzan when you visit The Adventure Park at the Virginia Aquarium! Call 757-385-4947, or visit www.virginiabeachtrees.com to learn more. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Adventure Park has implemented protocols to protect the health and safety of our guests, staff and communities. These actions have been developed based on guidance from the CDC and local public health authorities. myadventurepark.com/health-and-safety-information Adventure Park 801 General Booth Boulevard Virginia Beach, VA 23451 757-385-4947 www.virginiabeachtrees.com

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Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge

Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge contains over 9,250 acres, situated on and around a thin strip of coastline typical of barrier islands found along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts. Habitats include beach, dunes, woodland, farm fields, and marsh. Approximately 10,000 snow geese and a large variety of ducks visit Back Bay refuge during the peak of fall migration, usually in December. The refuge also provides habitat for other wildlife, including loggerhead sea turtles, piping plovers, peregrine falcons, and bald eagles. Back Bay refuge is located in Virginia Beach, Virginia – south of Sandbridge, Virginia at the southern end of Sandpiper Road. Biking, hiking and tram rides available. Outdoor facilities are open daily dawn to dusk. The Visitor Contact Station hours are 8:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. weekdays, 9:00 AM – 4:00 P.M. weekends. The Visitor Contact Station is closed Sundays, November through March; closed holidays with the exception of Memorial Day, July 4 and Labor Day. Please check website for Coronavirus (COVID-19) Notice Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge 4005 Sandpiper Road 757) 301-7329 www.fws.gov/refuge/back_bay

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Nauticus, The National Maritime Center

Nauticus is a maritime discovery center located along the waterfront in downtown, Norfolk offering a unique form of experiential learning for all ages. Through interactive exhibits and STEM to STERN programming, Nauticus uses the museum, Battleship Wisconsin, sailing center, and Schooner Virginia to tell the story of the maritime environment, industry, and the military. Nauticus, The National Maritime Center 1 Waterside Drive Norfolk, VA 757-664-1000 www.nauticus.org

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Horseback Riding In Virginia Beach

For the ultimate horseback riding experience in Virginia Beach, look no further than our horseback riding tours with Virginia Beach & Outer Banks Horseback. This is an experience you’ll never forget as your trusty steed walks along the soft sands of the beach and the lapping waves of the ocean serenade you. Virginia Beach Guided Beach Horseback Ride See the Virginia Beach Pier and ride along the beach and through the surf as we experience nature at its best. This horseback ride takes us from 26th St. to 9th St. and back! Virginia Beach | Outer Banks Horseback Virginia Beach – 26th St. & Atlantic Ave.: 757-289-5470 Outer Banks – NC-12 & Bodie Island Lighthouse Rd: 252-573-8044 www.virginiabeachhorseback.com

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First Landing State Park

This National Natural Landmark is Virginia’s most visited state park and one of the first state parks. It was established in 1936 (formerly Seashore State Park). The park’s new name reflects its unique history as the site of the landing of the first permanent English Settlers in 1607. The park offers a variety of recreational opportunities, including 19 miles of hiking trails, bike trail, a boat ramp, picnic areas, campsites, and cabins. Visitor center exhibits in the natural area explain the uniqueness of this environment featuring lagoons, cypress swamps and Spanish moss. First Landing State Park is located on Cape Henry in North Virginia Beach. This 2,888 acre park offers a wide range of activities for visitors. Regardless of how long you can stay, for a few hours or for a full day, you can have a nice time visiting the park. Covid-19 Update. First Landing State Park 2500 Shore Drive Virginia Beach, VA (757) 412-2300 www.first-landing-state-park.org

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Kayak Nature Tours

Kayak Nature tours offers Sea Kayaking and Dolphin trips in Virginia Beach, VA. Kayak First Landing, Virginia’s most popular State Park or surf launch into the Atlantic on our Dolphin Adventure sea kayaking trip at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront. Paddle the tree-lined Blackwater River, explore the deserted Beaches of the Eastern Shore, or escape to Back Bay, next to Sandbridge in Virginia Beach. Kayak Nature Tours offers these and a variety of other kayaking trips to make your outdoor kayaking experience one you will never forget. The Hampton Roads area is full of wonderful kayaking for the outdoor enthusiast. There is the isolated Lake Drummond in the Dismal Swamp, Goodwin Island in Yorktown, the James River on the Peninsula, Corova & Knotts Island, N.C. along with so many areas along the Chesapeake Bay. Whether you seek the Adventure of the Dolphin tour or you want to kayak in the serene calm of another flat-water trip, Kayak Nature Tours is your local outfitter in Virginia Beach and all of the surrounding areas. Book your kayaking trip with us today! Advanced Reservations Required… Call us 757.480.1999 See our website for Covid-19 details. Kayak Nature Tours 110 West Randall Avenue Virginia Beach, VA […]

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