Things to do in Portsmouth!

Click here for a full list of local dinning: https://oldetowneportsmouth.com/restaurants/

Waterfront dining:
Legend Brewery: 1 High Street – N Landing, Portsmouth
Fish & Slips: 10 Crawford Pkwy, Portsmouth, VA (In the marina near the hotel)
Foggy Point Bar and Grill: 415-421 Water St, Portsmouth, VA

Local dining:
Gosport Tavern: 702 High St, Portsmouth, VA
Still Worldly Eclectic Tapas: 450 Court St, Portsmouth, VA
Bier Garden: 438 High St, Portsmouth, VA
Café Eropa: 319 High St, Portsmouth, VA

Dining in Norfolk:
Take the ferry across to Waterside and explore multiple shops and restaurants. In addition, there are many restaurants within easy walking distance of Waterside.

History walks in town and walk along the Elizabeth River

Other excursions to enjoy in Portsmouth:

Commodore Theater: 421 High St, Portsmouth, VA
Commodore Theatre is an historic movie theater built in 1945 in an Art Deco style.

Portsmouth Lightship London Water St, Portsmouth
United States Lightship 101, now known as Portsmouth as a museum ship, was first stationed at Cape Charles, Virginia. Today she is at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Museum in Portsmouth, Virginia.

Atlantic Union Bank Pavilion 16 Crawford Cir, Portsmouth, VA

The Atlantic Union Bank Pavilion is an outdoor amphitheater in Portsmouth. Check for concert dates.
Portsmouth Ferry to Norfolk 6 Crawford Pkwy, Portsmouth, VA $2 for a single trip, $4.50 for a day pass.
HRT operates three 150-passenger ferries on the Elizabeth River between Norfolk and Portsmouth. They
travel between North Landing and High Street in Portsmouth and the Waterside District in downtown Norfolk. They’re fast, economical and offer a unique view of the river and the waterfront. Ferries operate every 30 minutes with 15-minute service during the summer at peak times on weekends.
Schedules are subject to change based on operating situations (weather, mechanical problems, etc.).
The ferry is wheelchair accessible and allows boarding passengers to walk on with their bicycles.
Take the ferry to High Street or to North Landing if there is a Tides game.

Chrysler Museum: One Memorial Place Norfolk, VA

Portsmouth Art and Cultural Center: 400-420 High St, Portsmouth, VA

Hill House Museum: 221 North St, Portsmouth, VA
The Hill House Museum is a historic home in Portsmouth, Virginia, furnished entirely with family belongings from 19th and 20th centuries.

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard: Museum 2 High St, Portsmouth, VA
The Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Museum and the associated Lightship Museum are located on the
downtown Portsmouth, Virginia, United States waterfront. The museum covers the 250+ year relationship with the shipyard – America’s oldest and largest naval shipyard located on the Portsmouth
Waterfront.

Portsmouth Colored Community Library Museum: 904 Elm Ave, Portsmouth, VA
Portsmouth Community Library, also known as the Portsmouth Colored Community Library, is a historic library building located at Portsmouth, Virginia. It was built in 1945 at 804 South Street. It is a one-story, three bay, brick building with a hipped roof.

Naticus and USS Wisconsin BB-64: 1 Waterside Dr, Norfolk, VA. Take the Ferry to High Street for a short
walk to the museum. Nauticus is a maritime-themed science center and museum located on the downtown waterfront in
Norfolk, Virginia, also known as the National Maritime Center.

Norfolk Tides Harbor Park is 150 Park Avenue, Norfolk, VA. Take the Elizabeth River ferry from the North Terminal Portsmouth
home games only on Saturday September 17 and Sunday September 18 nights.

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