- TripBuzz found 80 things to do indoors in the Portsmouth area. From Skipjack Nautical Wares & Marine Gallery to Virginia Sports Hall of Fame & Museum, Portsmouth offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 49 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 38 different types of things to do inside in or near Portsmouth, Virginia. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Art Gallery, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Music Venue.
- There are 9 indoor activities in Portsmouth, and 71 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Norfolk, Chesapeake, Hampton and Newport News.
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7907 George Washington Mem Highway, Yorktown, VA 23692 MoreLess Info
Run by a group of volunteers, Gallery on the York features the work of several local artists. Exhibits change often and include contemporary or craft arts like quilting, basket weaving and ceramics.
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300 Washington Blvd., Besson Hall, Newport News, VA 23604 MoreLess Info
The history of the United States Army transportation methods from colonial times to the present are put on display at the U.S. Army Transportation Museum. Emphasis is placed on the importance of the logistical support of the Army during conflicts.
As an annual event, TRADOC Band's Music Under the Stars is a concert series featuring active duty military members singing national classics. Visitors are encouraged to bring lawn chairs since the performance is outdoors in a park.
Lee Hall Mansion is one of the last remaining antebellum homes on the Virginia Peninsula. The home has been restored to its mid-Victorian glory and allows visitors to learn about the time period and lives of the affluent people who lived in the region during the time.
Featuring the work of local artisans, The Gallery at York Hall showcases pottery, jewelry, and other handmade crafts. The owner regularly offers tours of the museum, providing background information for each work of art.
The Watermen's Museum is a waterfront museum exploring the role of the Chesapeake Bay watermen in local history through crafts and tools of the trade. A wooden boat builder's crew works twice weekly at the site.
At its heart the Gull Hummock Gourmet Market is a place for individuals to eat local cuisine. There are regular tastings of wine, artisan chocolates, cheeses, and breads while the store itself also has local artwork for sale.
The King's Arms Tavern is an historic 18th-Century building now home to a restaurant and bar where servers in period costume also act as guides to local Colonial history. Nightly entertainment includes live music of the period.