Living in Norfolk, VA
USS Bunker Hill Anchored in Norfolk
Inviting. Friendly. Scenic. Historic. These are just a few of the words that accurately describe Norfolk, Virginia. The city is packed with many fun and interesting activities to experience. Some of the most famous places to visit include the Spirit of Norfolk Harbor Cruises, the Painted Lady restaurant and the popular Comedy Zone comedy club. And if you're a fan of the great outdoors, you will find several excellent places to bask in the sun or enjoy your favorite recreational activity.
Some of the more popular attractions include First Landing Park, Pocahontas State Park and York River State Park. Also, explore the various forms of creative expression when you visit any of the area's museums that strive to underscore the importance of the work of various regional and national artists, and inspire future generations of artists to express themselves as well. And after spending some quality time in Norfolk, you won't be able to escape the significant presence of the United States Navy. The impressive Hampton Roads Naval Museum tells the story of what is considered to be the Navy's most important port. And with that historically vital perspective, it is easy to see that while Norfolk may be proud of all that it offers, the city takes the utmost pride in serving our beloved country.