1503 Holland Road
Suffolk, VA 23434
Phone: (757) 514-5600
Fax: (757) 539-6236
Plan your trip around Suffolk with the aid of the helpful staff at the Visitor's Center. Get enlightened about the city and the must-see attractions to visit. Know about the best eat-outs and collect all the brochures and tourist literature you'll require while touring. And don't forget to pick up a special gift for your little sibling back home from the souvenir shop at the Visitors Center.
USPA certified instructors offer tandem and accelerated freefall dives, from the first jump through expert licenses, through this experienced skydiving company. Reservations are required.
One of the largest protected swamp wildernesses in the eastern United States, this refuge is home to a wide variety of reptiles and amphibians, as well as to a diversity of mammals. Activities available on site include birding, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, boating, and picnicking.
This avant-garde Greek Revival house gets its name from its size and it contains 21 rooms, 16 fireplaces, and four floors. The house was a Union hospital during the Civil War and signatures and notes from the wounded soldiers are still on the walls of the house. The house also features constant and changing art and historical exhibits.
Built in 1840 to replace its predecessor which had burned in 1837, this provincial Roman Revival courthouse is built in the tradition of earlier Jeffersonian-style public buildings and it was used first by Nansemond County and then by the City of Suffolk until 1998.
Overlooking the breathtaking Nansemond River, this lovely park includes a variety of natural areas, 12 picnic shelters, a children's playground, nature trails, and a beautiful lake.
Established on land donated to the Lower Parish of the Anglican Church, this church is one of the oldest landmarks in north Suffolk and it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Creepy and eerie, Spooky Acres Haunted House is ideally situated in Chesapeake Square Mall. Embrace some of the most spine-chilling experiences in the electric chair or its autopsy room.
A 93 acre, beautifully landscaped park along the Western Branch of the Elizabeth River which includes a nine hole executive golf course with a 30 station lighted driving range and a challenging 18 hole natural grass putting course, a three-pier boat ramp, sailboat launch area, state-of-the-art playgrounds, a Pokey Smokey train ride, lighted tennis courts, and picnic shelters with grills.
The Windsor Park is currently a public park in the Smithfield vicinity of Virginia. It earlier stood as a plantation and was transformed into a park in 2009. This park is home to historical structures that take you back in time. Apart from historical importance, the park is also known for its scenic walking trails and fun events hosted here.
This 142 acre salt marsh habitat is home to native plants, animals, reptiles, snakes, fox, deer, raccoons, bats, and birds. The preserve is bordered on the south and west by Hoffler Creek, a tributary of the James River, as well as a heavily wooded forest and vast wetlands.
"Hams, History & Hospitality" goes the tag line of this river port in Virginia. Having the reputation of being one of the best maintained port, you'll find just that. The Tourist Center that's located within the historic district is in itself a start to your trip. The staff can organize an entire tour from Williamsburg to Norfolk. Admire the river or the beautiful townhouses and gorge on all the ham this place has to offer. Let them minister their hospitality while you get pampered.