Things to Do In Virginia Beach
Things to See and Do in Virginia Beach
Virginia Beach is one of America’s favorite vacation destinations and the Historic Cavalier Hotel & Beach Club puts you in the heart of it all. From shopping and dining to concerts, surfing, fishing, and eco-adventures, Virginia Beach is a vacationer’s paradise. For details and more things to see and do around town, call or visit the Hotel Concierge in the hotel lobby.
BEACH BIKE TOURS, LLC
There’s no better way to experience Virginia Beach than by bicycle. Pedal along the boardwalk while your guide regales you with tales of the city’s history. Take a guided Bike Food Tour and enjoy the city’s diverse culinary scene.
VIRGINIA BEACH BOARDWALK
Stroll, rollerblade or bike along three miles of beautiful Virginia Beach oceanfront. Enjoy waterfront restaurants, shops, outdoor concerts, three beaches, parks, attractions and the coolest vibes on the East Coast.
VIRGINIA BEACH INDOOR SKYDIVING
Want to skydive without a plane? Enjoy the unforgettable experience of free falling at iFly, one of Virginia Beach’s most thrilling adventures. No parachute required. Just you, flying like a superhero on a smooth cushion of air.
RUDEE INLET STAND UP PADDLE
Take a SUP tour through beautiful Rudee Inlet and Owl Creek Waterway to experience Virginia Beach nature and wildlife. Paddle the tranquil waters, enjoy fun ocean adventures and see dolphins and seals.
VIRGINIA AQUARIUM & MARINE SCIENCE CENTER
Take an aquatic journey to the ocean depths. Discover amazing animals from around the world like rays, tiger sharks and a sea turtles. Enjoy hands-on exhibits, nature paths, and the National Geographic 3D Movie Theater.
THE ADVENTURE PARK AT VIRGINIA AQUARIUM
Experience nature from new heights as you zip and soar in the treetops above beautiful Owls Creek. This eco-friendly aerial adventure includes zip lines, challenge bridges, and The Labyrinth, a super jungle gym for kids.
FIRST LANDING STATE PARK
Explore the place where English colonists first landed in 1607 and Blackbeard hid to avoid capture. Today, 20 miles of trails and 1.5 miles of sandy Chesapeake Bay frontage welcome visitors to this National Natural Landmark park.