Cruising in Norfolk - Pre or Post Cruise Trips
Stroll around downtown or catch a ride on the Tide, Norfolk's light rail service stopping walking distance from all Norfolk's downtown attractions. Make sure to end the evening with a magnificent performance by the Virginia Ballet Theatre, Virginia Opera, Virginia Stage Company or the Virginia Arts Festival.
Stroll through 5,000 years of art history at the Chrysler Museum of Art, one of the America's greatest fine art museums which offers a distinguished permanent collection of original works of art.
Ride the Tide to Ghent and dine on your own in one of many restaurants Norfolk has to offer.
Set sail on the American Rover Sailing Cruise and enjoy the spacious top decks or relax below in the climate controlled cocktail lounge.
Upon returning from an afternoon on the soothing seas, take a stroll through Towne Point Park host to over 100 concerts and special events each year. Then head to Nauticus, an interactive contemporary museum that uses the natural setting of Norfolk's harbor to showcase global maritime commerce. Then walk the teak decks of the Battle Wisconsin, one of the last and largest built by the U.S. Navy. Stand beneath her 16-inch guns and feel the excitement of being aboard a historic warship.
Dine in one of the many restaurants along Granby Street. Known to the locals as "restaurant row," there is always something that is sure to satisfy. After dinner, catch one of the outstanding performances by the Virginia Ballet Theater or the Virginia Opera, where they strive to produce theatrical art of the highest quality.