Chrysler Museum of Art
245 West Olney Road
Norfolk, VA 23510
Hours: Wed 10am - 9pm; Thurs - Sat 10am - 5pm; Sun 1 - 5pm. Closed Mon, Tue, and major holidays
Visitors can view the museumís world-renowned Tiffany-glass collection, Art Nouveau furniture, works of art from African, Egyptian, Pre-Columbian, Islamic and Asian cultures, and an extensive European and American collection of paintings, sculpture and decorative arts.
Hampton Roads Naval Museum
One Waterside Drive
Hours: Call for days and hours of operation
The Hampton Roads Naval Museum at Nauticus highlights the region's naval history featuring large Civil War and World War II galleries, guided tours, model-making demonstrations and a research library.
Hermitage Foundation Museum
7637 North Shore Road
Hours: 10am - 5pm Monday thru Saturday, 1 - 5pm Sunday
Set along a tree-lined riverbank, this 1908 Tudor home appears frozen in time, offering visitors an extraordinary trip through antiquity.
Hunter House Victorian Museum
240 W. Freemason Street
Hours: Call for additional information
In Norfolk in 1894, the Boston architect W.D. Wentworth designed and built a home in the Richardsonian Romanesque style of architecture for the prominent merchant and banker, James Wilson Hunter.
Nauticus, The National Maritime Center
One Waterside Drive
Hours: Open daily, call for hours of operation
A fun and exciting interactive science and technology center exploring the power of the sea. It features more than 150 exhibits including computer and video interactives, films on a giant screen, exotic aquaria, touch pools, shark petting, national-caliber traveling exhibits, and the Hampton Roads Naval Museum. Battleship USS Wisconsin is berthed alongside.
Docked at Nauticus, One
Hours: Memorial Day - Labor Day 11am - 5pm every day, Off Season Tuesday - Sunday - 11am - 5pm
Step aboard a living piece of history. Built in 1933 by Newport News Shipyard Apprentices, the Tug Huntington assisted in docking and launching hundreds of aircraft carriers, submarines, and passenger lines.