- The list below includes 99 free or cheap things to do in or near Virginia Beach, Virginia, including 76 different types of inexpensive activities like Beaches, Aquariums, Piers & Boardwalks and Mini Golf.
- From Sandbridge Beach to First Landing State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Virginia Beach and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth and Hampton.
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Lynnhaven Art Space Hampton Roads MoreLess Info
From the merchant: New working art studio and gallery in the Shore Drive area
100% 5 votes
1000 Bennetts Creek Park Road, Suffolk, VA 23435 MoreLess Info
Situated on 57 acres, Bennett's Creek Park features water access for fishing, crabbing and boating along with tennis courts and a disc-golf course. The park also provides picnic facilities, a skate park, open fields and a nature trail.
95% 326 votes
20 Bernard Road, Hampton, VA 23651 MoreLess Info
Held within the fort itself is Fort Monroe's Casemate Museum. It chronicles the military history of the fort, including the restored room where Jefferson Davis was briefly held as a prisoner following the Civil War.
74% 23 votes
1 Town Center Way, Hampton, VA 23666 MoreLess Info
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.
50% 2 votes
11 Marina Road, Cape Charles, VA 23310 MoreLess Info
Access to one of the most popular fishing areas on the Chesapeake Bay is provided at the Cape Charles Town Harbor Marina. The site also features state-of-the-art public boat ramps and charter boat excursions.
53% 40 votes
Riverpark Drive at Mercury Blvd, Newport News, VA 23607 MoreLess Info
Huntington Park Beach sits alongside the James River with a small beach, lifeguards, bathroom facilities and a public boat launch that is open all year. A large, updated playground called Fort Fun is also available for younger children.
93% 110 votes
9285 Warwick Blvd., Newport News, VA 23607 MoreLess Info
American military history takes centerstage at the Virginia War Museum. Collections at the museum include weapons, uniforms, personal artifacts, war posters, and more to follow the development of the United States military.
91% 32 votes
814 Randolph Ave, on Rt. 184, Cape Charles, VA 23310 MoreLess Info
The Cape Charles Museum is housed in a former power plant and features a number of exhibits including information about how the Chesapeake Bay was formed. A gift shop is also available on site.
- 3 votes
361 Hornet Cir, Newport News, VA 23607 MoreLess Info
Open to the public, Huntington Beach is lifeguard monitored beach, providing visitors with a safe environment to go swimming in. The beach also has sand volleyball courts available on a first come, first serve basis.
85% 92 votes
1255 Big Bethel Road, Hampton, VA 23666 MoreLess Info
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.
20% 10 votes
9285 Warwick Blvd, Newport News, VA 23607 MoreLess Info
Huntington Park is home to a beach, small pond, tennis court, and other parks. Fort Fun is the most popular attraction with a picnic area, bbqs for grilling, and an extensive playground.