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Top Rated Attractions in Norfolk

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Old Cape Henry Lighthouse

Designated as a National Historic Landmark, the Old Cape Henry Lighthouse is a stunning lighthouse that dates back to 1792. This archaic structure boasts amazing architecture that makes it a worthwhile tourist attraction. Visitors can climb to the top of the lighthouse and enjoy the spectacular views it affords. There is also an onsite museum store.

Moses Myers House

This restored historic house was once home to Norfolk entrepreneur Moses Myers. One of the first brick houses built here after the Revolutionary War, the Moses Myers House today contains a nice collection of original furnishings, family portraits and other works by Thomas Sully. An ongoing restoration of this house continues by the Garden Club of Virginia.

Freemason Street Baptist Church

Built in 1850, Freemason Street Baptist Church is a historic baptist church designed by Thomas Ustick Walter. Made in the Perpendicular Gothic style, the stuccoed brick church also has an octagonal spire on top. Coffee hours are also held after worship time where visitors to the church can meet and interact with locals and other spiritual seekers. Book clubs, interfaith dialogues spiritual retreats and workshops are also organized by the church on a regular basis. One of the best religious sights in the city, Freemason Street Baptist Church is a must-visit for anyone who is in town for a couple of days.

Legends of Music Walk of Fame

The Legends of Music Walk of Fame, running along Granby Street, is Norfolk's version of the concept Hollywood made famous. The plaques in the sidewalk commemorate the musicians who have called the Hampton Roads region home like Ella Fitzgerald, Ruth Brown and Bruce Hornsby. Take a stroll along Granby and see if you can find them all.

d'ART Center

d'ART Center in Norfolk is synonymous with creativity. A haven for art lovers and connoisseurs alike, this art space is home to a bevy of assorted artists who showcase the best of their creative talent at its premises. Lay eyes on some of the most exotic art exhibitions: watercolors, oils and other mediums that are sure to delight your inner artist. Special art sessions, workshops and classes are there for you to take advantage of and explore. Know more about lending the finishing touches to a pot or a sculpture, or make a piece of jewelry to gift your loved ones. Regular art camps make the process of learning exciting even as you drown in a sea of colors. Entry is free. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.

Queen Street Baptist Church

The Queen Street Baptist Church is a historic church that caters to Norfolk's African-American community. Constructed between 1910 and 1911, the rectangular structure is an imposing one that draws from Late Gothic Revival traditions. From the pointed spire to the arched windows, the structure exhibits classic architectural features of this style. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Queen Street Baptist Church is one of the city's most recognizable landmarks.

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