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Norfolk, VA Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 31
Total Sleeping Rooms 4,417
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 468
Committable Meeting Rooms* 39
Largest Exhibit Space 60,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 14,400 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $91
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $51
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $157
*Maximum for a single hotel

Norfolk, VA Things to Do and Attractions

Chrysler Museum of Art

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Housed in an award-winning building overlooking the scenic Hague Inlet of the Elizabeth River, the Chrysler Museum of Art is a Norfolk masterpiece. Originally founded in 1933 as the Norfolk Museum of Arts and Sciences, the museum underwent a dramatic

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Fort Norfolk

Visitors can experience a piece of U.S. history at one of the last remaining harbor front ports authorized by former President George Washington. Dating back to 1810, Fort Norfolk encompasses four acres overlooking the Elizabeth River in the Ghent

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MacArthur Memorial

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History buffs will not want to miss the final resting place of General Douglas MacArthur and his wife. Located in downtown Norfolk's MacArthur Square and housed in the restored 1850 City Hall, the MacArthur Memorial chronicles the life and times of

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Moses Myers House

The only historic home in the United States to examine the rich fabric of Jewish immigrant tradition, Moses Myers House is the former home of one of America's first millionaires and Norfolk's earliest permanent Jewish settler. Built in 1792 for Myers

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Nauticus

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Visitors of all ages will enjoy a historic, oceanic adventure at this 120,000-square-foot maritime-themed science center designed to resemble a military ship. Located in the heart of the downtown waterfront area, Nauticus features hands-on exhibits,

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Naval Station Norfolk

Spanning 4,300 acres along the Sewell's Point peninsula, Naval Station Norfolk is the world's largest naval base and one of Norfolk's most well-known sites. Set on what was once the location of the 1907 Jamestown Exposition, this massive base

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Norfolk Botanical Garden

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Norfolk's natural beauty is in full bloom at this 155-acre botanical garden, which boasts one of the largest collections of azaleas, roses, camellias and hollies on the East Coast. Dating back to 1938, the garden was originated by a project of the

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Spirit of Norfolk

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Guests can dine, drink and dance while coasting along Norfolk's scenic Elizabeth River aboard the Spirit of Norfolk. This entertaining cruise takes passengers on a spectacular voyage past some of the United States' most historic landmarks and

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Virginia Zoo

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Originating over a century ago, the Virginia Zoo offers an eye-opening look at wildlife from around the world. Set on 53 lush acres adjacent to Lafayette Park and bordering the Lafayette River, Virginia Zoo features nearly 400 animals, an extensive

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Freemason Abbey

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Visitors can have a historic dining experience at this local favorite. Located in a renovated 135-year-old church in the heart of downtown, Freemason Abbey reflects the 19th century charms of Norfolk's past with a warm, cozy atmosphere featuring wood

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Todd Jurich's Bistro

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A cornerstone of downtown Norfolk's chic revival, Todd Jurich's is a palette-pleasing upscale bistro featuring top-flight cooking, stellar service and sophisticated ambiance. Since opening in 1992, Jurich's has been a fine dining favorite garnering

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Press 626

Inside a gray townhouse with a curved double front staircase sits Press 626, a warm, comfortable cafe and wine bar serving a menu dedicated to the slow food movement and reflecting its supplying farms and artisans. Entrée selections include braised

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Town Point Park

Spanning eight acres along the Elizabeth River, Town Point Park is an urban oasis in the heart of downtown Norfolk's business district. The park serves a tranquil green space, social gathering space and premier waterfront entertainment venue with

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American Rover Cruises

Departing from Waterside in downtown Norfolk, the 135-foot American Rover three-masted topsail schooner takes passengers on harbor and sunset cruises from April through October. With its red "tan bark" sails as one of the signature sights along the

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