Hotels in Norfolk
Located in the eastern United States along the waterfront of southern Virginia, the city of Norfolk is known for housing the largest naval base in the world. While visiting, you can enjoy the outdoors by touring the Virginia Zoo, the Botanical Gardens or one of three beach parks. Norfolk offers an array of museums, including the Chrysler Museum, which features art and history exhibits, and the Battleship Wisconsin, named one of the "Best Battleship Museums" by Destinations Travel Magazine.
The Norfolk International Airport (ORF) is conveniently located in Norfolk. Traveling in and around the city is easy to do with the Hampton Roads Transit system, which is available by bus or ferry. Cruise Norfolk offers travel by water, and Amtrak Virginia allows travel by train.
Hints and tips
Weather in Norfolk fluctuates throughout the year; winter months are cold with light snowfall likely, and summer months are hot and humid. In 1776, British ships attacked Norfolk by water, and if you walk by St. Paul's Episcopal Church, you can see a cannonball still lodged into one of its walls. If you are up for a night out on the town, the NorVa is a popular venue and features live music. Norfolk is home to popular annual events, including the Bayou Boogaloo, Harborfest, the Jazz Festival and the Beer Festival.
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