- The list below includes 4 free or cheap things to do in or near Irvington, Virginia, including 53 different types of inexpensive activities like Specialty Museums, Historic Buildings, Religious Buildings and Historic Sites.
- From Historic Christ Church to Steamboat Era Museum, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Irvington.
Situated along Warwick River, Riverview Farm Park features a 30,000-square-foot community playground, a dog park and athletic fields. The park provides two miles of paved trails, sheltered picnic areas, restroom facilities and a skate park.
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Air Force Base Memorial Park, Nealy Avenue, Hampton, VA 23665 MoreLess Info
Langley Air Force Base Memorial Park was created to memorize the Service Members that participated in conflicts around the world. The Park displays the F-86 Saber, F-105 Thunderchief and F-15 Eagle representing the Korean, Vietnam and Cold Wars.
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524 J. Clyde Morris Blvd., Newport News, VA 23601 MoreLess Info
Living exhibits are kept within the Virginia Living Museum to depict the natural history of the state. All ecosystems of the state from the mountains to the marshes to the sea are covered by the animal exhibits, and guests can also view the Virginia skys at the observatory and planetarium.
The site that now holds the Sandy Bottom Nature Park shows how much a location can change with the proper restoration and development. Visitors are able to view the Sandy Bottom Lake and its elusive creatures which live in the wetland marshes from the new 10,000 square foot nature center.
AMC Hampton Towne Centre 24 is a movie theater that features amenities including stadium seating, theatre rentals, closed captioning, assisted listening devices, and wheelchair access. The cinema gives discounts to military personnel.
Along Cape Charles is the Kiptopeke State Park with recreational access to the Chesapeake Bay. The park offers many accommodations and a variety of activities such as swimming, hiking, biking, and bird watching.
Kittiewan Plantation overlooks Kittiewan Creek and the James River. The plantation is a working farm with a museum that houses various memorabilia including the collections of an extensive set of 19th and 20th century kitchen and food preparation items.
Over 60,000 square feet of gallery space composes the Mariner's Museum. Rare figureheads, handcrafted ship models, paintings, and artifacts from the Civil War ironclad called the USS Monitor form the heart of the museum's collections.