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The Virginia Beach Boardwalk is a must-see attraction when visiting. You’ll find upscale shops, amusement areas, historic museums, an array of sculptures and monuments, and much more along its 3-mile stretch.
Virginia Sports Hall of Fame
The Virginia Sports Hall of Fame was created in 1972 to honor the athletes, coaches, educators, and journalists that have contributed to the rich and diverse sports history of Virginia. From its informative displays to its interactive exhibits, the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame is a great stop for sports fans of any age.
Virginia Beach Convention Center
The Virginia Beach Convention Center offers over 50,000 square feet of stylish event space with state of the art equipment for your next event or meeting. Conveniently located only 1.5 miles from the beautiful SpringHill Suites.
Virginia Beach Golf Courses
World class golf is located just a short drive away from this Virginia Beach hotel. From courses designed by the legendary Arnold Palmer to local municipal courses, Virginia Beach has a golf course to fit your budget and give you the challenge you are seeking.
Historic First Landing Lighthouse
Cape Henry and First Landing Statue Park are must-see attractions for any visit to Virginia Beach.
Visit the historic USS Wisconsin. The USS Wisconsin was commission during World War II and earned her third Battle Star in the pivotal battle for Iwo Jima. It was decommissioned for the third and final time in 1996 after serving in the Gulf War. This piece of American history is on display at the National Maritime Center-Nauticus located just 20 minutes away.
King Neptune's Statue
King Neptune's Statue was commissioned to honor the Neptune Festival, an annual event which includes choosing a King Neptune and Royal Court to serve as ambassadors for the city throughout the year. The massive 34 foot tall statue was designed by local sculptor Paul DiPasquale, and it is the largest bronze figure erected in the United States since the US Marine Corp Memorial. With events starting in May and lasting through September, this is a great event for visitors to the Virginia Beach area.