- 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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Pockets Billiards Hampton Roads MoreLess Info
Play billiards with two or four friends at a pool hall with pro shop and vending machines
100% 1 votes
201 Hudgins Farm Drive, Yorktown, VA 23692 MoreLess Info
Tagtime Mobile Laser Tag is a unique service that brings the game of laser tag to the event or location of an individual's choosing. This service is commonly used for birthday parties, corporate events, and team building events.
59% 32 votes
1044 Von Schilling Drive, Hampton, VA 23666 MoreLess Info
Cinema Cafe Hampton is a movie theater and restaurant that serves foods including homemade pizza, chicken sandwiches, appetizers, and alcoholic beverages. The cinema features DTS digital sound and high-back rocking chairs.
90% 112 votes
60 Pine Chapel Road, Hampton, VA 23666 MoreLess Info
Family-oriented adventures and educational experiences are held at the Bluebird Gap Farm. The 60-acre farm holds roughly 150 domestic and wild animals with added activities like a large playground and nature trail.
29% 7 votes
1 Family Fun Pl, Hampton, VA 23666 MoreLess Info
Sparetimes is a bowling alley that has 42 inch LCD scoring monitors, a game room, and 32 lanes with fully automated bumpers. The game room has a pinball machine and a dance dance revolution game.
67% 57 votes
413 W. Mercury Boulevard, Hampton, VA MoreLess Info
Air Power Park is actually an outdoor, roadside park and museum that is simple to view and visit. The collections document the role Hampton played in the early space exploration and aircraft testing in the United States.
100% 2 votes
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.
100% 1 votes
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.
100% 1 votes
901 E Little Back River Road, Hampton, VA 23669 MoreLess Info
Gosnold's Hope Park is a 16-site campground that features picnic areas, a playground, a public boat ramp, and restrooms. The park also has a walking track that can also be used for biking and running.
78% 46 votes
120 Old Hampton Lane, Hampton, VA 23669 MoreLess Info
The history of Hampton is maintained in an extensive collection at the Hampton History Museum. Guests are able to start their self-guided tour in a Kecoughtan Indian longhouse before proceeding through the hold of a tobacco ship and into the ruins of the city destroyed in the Civil War.
90% 21 votes
11 Frissell Ave, Hampton, VA 23669 MoreLess Info
Hampton University Museum is a beautiful and elegant campus that focuses on African tribes and Native Americans. Hampton University was the first college with a program to teach Native Americans.