- The list below includes 150 free or cheap things to do in or near Newport News, Virginia, including 73 different types of inexpensive activities like Swimming Pool, Military Museums, Specialty Museums and Beaches.
- From The Noland Trail to Newport News Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Newport News and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Williamsburg, Hampton, Norfolk and Portsmouth.
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72% 71 votes
Suffolk, VA MoreLess Info
The Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge is the largest remaining area of what used to be a habitat of over one million acres. Wildlife in the refuge includes hundreds of species of birds, black bears, grey fox, beavers, mink, and much more.
99% 178 votes
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.
69% 196 votes
302 23rd St, Virginia Beach, VA 23451 MoreLess Info
Jungle golf has been a family favorite since it opened in 1970. Furnished with huts, giraffes, and palm trees, families will have fun at the course even if they don't make par.
89% 5023 votes
Virginia Beach, VA MoreLess Info
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.
85% 74 votes
1113 Atlantic Ave, Virginia Beach, VA 23451 MoreLess Info
Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum contains mostly antique decoys of waterfowl and other animals, and includes a carving room with where visitors can meet a resident carver. They also have many paintings and metal sculptures.
99% 388 votes
308 Mediterranean Ave, Virginia Beach, VA 23451 MoreLess Info
Stand-up paddling for personal recreation and exercise is supported through Rudee Inlet Stand Up Paddle. Lessons for the sport, eco tours, and equipment rentals are available through the company as a way to encourage stand-up paddling in the Virginia Beach area.
82% 2417 votes
717 General Booth Boulevard, Virginia Beach, VA 23451 MoreLess Info
The primary attraction at the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center is a 300,000-gallon tank. Popular aquatic animals at the institute include sharks, barracuda, sea turtles, and otters, which are available for public viewing in addition to the numerous events and programs offered for multiple age groups.
88% 241 votes
Hunt Club Farm
2388 London Bridge Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23456 MoreLess Info
Located on 23 acres, the Hunt Club Farm offers agricultural-based education programs and entertainment. The petting farm also allows visitors to get close and personal with popular farm animals such as goats, ponies, and chickens.
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Bit By Bit Farm
725 W Liberty Spring Road, Suffolk, VA 23437 MoreLess Info
As a horse training facility, Bit By Bit Farm offers horse shows where visitors can watch experienced riders perform tricks and maneuvers on their horses. The farm is known for its exhibition barrel races.
78% 60 votes
Virginia Beach, VA MoreLess Info
Discover a quiet, family friendly beach with soft sands and beautiful views, Croatan Beach, has all this and more for visitors. The site features a large, clean beach house, free parking before 10am and fun surf for swimmers.