Moving Companies in Norfolk, VA
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Mermaids are popular in Norfolk, a vibrant city of 247,000 on the southeastern Virginia coast. In fact, since Norfolk adopted the mythical sea goddess as the city’s unofficial symbol in 1999, more than 100 mermaid statues have been installed as a reminder to celebrate life.
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Did You Know?
Naval Station Norfolk is the largest naval base in the world. It houses 134 aircraft and 75 vessels along 4 miles of waterfront. Guided tours are available.
Norfolk has no shortage of fun and educational activities to enjoy. See how many you’ve done — and if you can, make time for what you’ve missed.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
View a cannonball embedded in the brick wall of Norfolk’s oldest building. It stays as a reminder of the siege that destroyed two-thirds of the city during the Revolutionary War on New Year’s Day, 1776.
Nauticus National Maritime Center
Nauticus is home to the world’s largest battleship, the USS Wisconsin, which was in operation during WWII, Korean War and the Gulf War. While you’re there, check out Mile Marker Zero, the 3,000-square-foot mural painted on the dock behind the Nauticus campus.
Douglas MacArthur Memorial
This museum and research center in downtown Norfolk is dedicated to Army Gen. Douglas MacArthur, who served in World War I, World War II and the Korean War. The archives hold 2 million documents, 86,000 photographs, 130 photo albums and 111 films in addition to sound recordings, newspapers, rare books, scrapbooks, and microfilms. Admission is free.
Chrysler Museum of Arts
The Chrysler Museum of Art is regarded as one of the country’s top museums, with a varied and expansive collection of more than 30,000 pieces.
Norfolk’s revitalized waterfront neighborhood features a wide selection of restaurants, clubs and music venues. It’s also a popular spot for festivals and community events, and within walking distance of The Tide (Virginia’s first and only light rail system).
Established in 1904, this iconic eatery is known for its hand-made ice cream and for selling the first waffle cone. Grab a cone and some Carolina-style barbecue and enjoy the retro vibe.
1310 Cavalier Blvd
Chesapeake VA, 23323