Norfolk is a city rich with things to do for visitors of all ages. This waterfront city hosts the largest naval base in the world, Naval Station Norfolk and one of the most important art museums in the region, the Chrysler Museum of Art. You will want to explore the flora and fauna when you visit the stunning Norfolk Botanical Garden or the Virginian Zoo just minutes from our hotel. Head down to the Nauticus National Maritime Center or Harbor Park to see the city’s waterfront activities. Less than 10 minutes from our hotel, you’ll find one of the largest universities in Virginia, Old Dominion University.
Americas Best Value Inn Norfolk is located within minutes of all Hampton Roads metropolitan area’s exciting attractions, delicious restaurants, and unique shopping venues. We look forward to hosting you as our guest.
Things to Do
Norfolk Botanical Garden 2.3 mi
East Ocean View Beach 2.9 mi
Ocean View Golf Course 3.7 mi
Old Dominion University 6.4 mi
Virginia Zoo 6.1 mi
Chrysler Museum of Art 7.3 mi
Naval Station Norfolk 7.3 mi
Battleship Wisconsin at Nauticus 7.9 mi
MacArthur Memorial 12.5 mi
Town Point Park 12.8 mi
Little Creek Diner 0.4 mi
El Azteca 0.5 mi
Little Caesars Pizza 0.5 mi
Steak 'n Shake 0.6 mi
Megallons Gourmet Barbeque 0.6 mi
Azalea Inn & Time Out Sports Bar 0.7 mi
Jose Tequilas Mexican Grill and Bar 0.9 mi
No Frill Bar and Grill 7.6 mi
Luce 7.7 mi
Norfolk Botanical Garden is renowned for its deep-rooted history and admired for its blooms in every season. You’ll discover one of the largest collections of azaleas, camellias, roses, and rhododendrons on the East Coast. The 175-acre garden is home to 53 distinctive themed gardens, 95 species of birds and 30 kinds of butterflies. The newest garden is World of Wonders, a children’s adventure garden, where kids explore the connections between plants, international culture and the environment. Adults and children alike are in for a fun-filled day while exploring these beautiful gardens!
Step back in time to experience the majestic Battleship Wisconsin’s rich with American History. The battleship is one of the largest and last battleships ever built by the U.S. Navy. You’ll want to first stop at the museum, connected to the ship, where you’ll be whisked back in time to a rich collection of authentic uniforms, weaponry, and underwater artifacts. Explore the battleship’s deck through a self-guided tour or enjoy a guided tour for an in-depth experience this gigantic Iowa-class ship offers. Battleship Wisconsin is worth the stop for visitors of all ages!
Situated in downtown Norfolk, VA, the MacArthur Memorial is a museum and research center dedicated to preserving and presenting General Douglas MacArthur’s life story as one of America’s greatest leaders. You’ll discover a museum, archive and research center, education center, theater, welcome center, and a gift shop. The Memorial pays tribute to the millions of men and women who served with General MacArthur during World War I, World War II, and the Korean War. Best of all, you’ll find the admission is FREE!