- The list below includes 171 free or cheap things to do in or near Hampton, Virginia, including 73 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Parks, Bowling and History Museums.
- From Buckroe Beach & Park to Sandy Bottom Nature Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Hampton and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Newport News, Norfolk, Chesapeake and Portsmouth.
The John Curtis' Tomb site is a family burial ground that contains the graves of John Curtis and John Curtis IV. Visitors who are interested in learning more about the colonial days of Virginia may enjoy what this site has to offer.
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3233 Pacific Ave at the Oceanfront, Virginia Beach, VA 23451 MoreLess Info
Beach Eco Tours offers stand up paddleboard tours, lessons, and rentals on the Chesapeake Bay and other nearby waterways. The various wildlife guests can encounter include dolphins, osprey, bald eagles, herons, and various other waterfowl.
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North End of Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach, VA 23453 MoreLess Info
The trips offered by Kayak Nature Tours, Ltd. generally last approximately two and a half hours. They can take place on calm inland waters or be in the Atlantic Ocean where dolphins can be spotted in late May through October.
Built in 1837, Riddick's Folly House Museum is a restored mansion and museum that serves to educate visitors on 19th century history. Attend a guided tour through the museum or visit a reenactment on the mansion's grounds.
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524 North Main Street, Suffolk, VA 23434 MoreLess Info
The Suffolk Division of Tourism Great Dismal Swamp Guided Nature Walk is a nature walk within the Great Dismal Swamp wildlife refuge. Participants will follow a biologist and learn about flora, fauna, and wildlife in the surrounding 111,000 acre wilderness.
Located in a building that once housed the local court house, the Suffolk Visitor Center offers a wealth of information for tourists and visitors to the area. Maps and brochures are available, and the center displays artifacts from local history.
Outdoor activities like walking, biking, and skating are common along the Virginia Beach Boardwalk. In addition to these free activities with a view of the beach, visitors are able to access hotels, restaurants, video arcades, and a Ferris wheel.