- Our list of the best things to do in Smithfield, Virginia, features the top 179 nearby activities — including 88 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Smithfield, VA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Sights & Landmarks, Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 13 things to do within the city of Smithfield, VA , followed by 166 popular activities in nearby cities, including Williamsburg, Newport News, Norfolk, Hampton, Yorktown, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Chesapeake and Sparta
The Portsmouth City Park offers visitors access to a three-tier boat ramp, a watercraft beach, and a sailboat launch area. Golfers may also enjoy 'The Links', which offers access to a 9-hole golf learning center, a driving range, and a putting course.
93% 27 votes
2218 Jamestown Road, Route 31 S., Williamsburg, VA 23185 MoreLess Info
Situated on the historic settlement of Jamestown, Jamestown Visitor Center features a museum with artifacts and archaeological digs. Visitors can also speak with staff members to learn about local attractions and to receive maps of the settlement.
Founded in 1996, Shooting Star Art Gallery is an art gallery dedicated to fostering relationships between artists and patrons. The gallery has featured artwork by hundreds of artists, both local and national. Shooting Star also hosts occasional art shows.
86% 36 votes
Colonial National Historical Park, Yorktown, VA 23690 MoreLess Info
Part of the National Park System, Yorktown National Battlefield is a historic site of a major Revolutionary War conflict. The park features historic and nature centers, and offers a variety of educational programs.
100% 4 votes
1519 E Pembroke Avenue, Hampton, VA 23663 MoreLess Info
A 32-lane facility, Century Lanes Bowling Center features open and league bowling with automatic scoring. The center has a snack bar with food and drinks as well as a pro shop with equipment and accessories.
As a site of a famous battle in the Revolutionary War, Yorktown Battlefield features an open meadow for visitors to explore. The site hosts artillery cannon firing demonstrations by professionals dressed up in Colonial outfits.
The historic Fort Monroe National Monument that used to act as a military installation during the Civil War. The original fort was made up of 170 buildings, 200-acres of natural resources, and 3.2-miles of beaches.