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Skiffe's Creek Redoubt

Skiffe's Creek Redoubt is a national historic landmark in Newport News, Virginia. The redoubt was built in 1769, during the American Civil War, to protect the city from Confederate attack. It was named for Maj. General Andrew Skiffe, played a leading role in its construction.

The redoubt is a three-story masonry structure, with a parapet on the front and rear. It is surrounded by a ditch and abatis. The building is open to the sky on three sides and has a capacity of 100 men. The redoubt was used as a prison during Reconstruction after the Civil War. It was used as a government office, and it has been vacant since that time.

0.36 miles away

Stanley Hundred

The Stanley Hundred Museum in Newport News, Virginia is dedicated to the history of the African American community in Newport News. The museum has a collection of artifacts and photographs documenting the life of black residents in Newport News from the mid-19th century through the present day. The museum also has a library and meeting space that are open to the public.

0.39 miles away

Lee's Mill Historic Park

Enjoy a time travel experience when you visit Lee's Mill Historic Park in Newport News. This park is a restored 19th-century grist mill with demonstrations of how flour was made in the 1800s. The mill is open Wednesday through Sunday and offers tours for visitors who are interested in learning more about its history. There are also exhibits on milling, crafts, and food production.

0.82 miles away

MWR Go-Kart and Mini-golf

Looking for a fun and exciting way to spend a summer day? Why not visit the MWR Go-Kart and Mini-golf course in Newport News! This facility features a go-kart track and 18 holes of miniature golf, both of which are perfect for enjoying with friends. What's more, the course is open daily from 10am to 10pm, so there's no excuse not to come and play!

1.23 miles away

Lee Hall Mansion

The Lee Hall Mansion is a unique and historic property in Newport News, Virginia. The estate was opened in 1859 for Charles P. Lee, a prominent lawyer, and politician. It is situated on a hill overlooking the city and features grand neoclassical architecture. The mansion has been used as a hotel, an art gallery, and a museum. The estate is currently open to the public as a museum.

1.65 miles away

American Revolution Museum at Yorktown

The American Revolution Museum at Yorktown Newport News tells the story of the American Revolution from its beginning to its end. The museum has a collection of over 40,000 artifacts and archival materials, including weapons, clothing, flags, and medals. The museum also has a theater that shows short exhibits about different aspects of the revolution.

5.15 miles away

Watermen's Museum

The Watermen's Museum of Newport News is a must-see for water enthusiasts of all ages. This museum is dedicated to the maritime history of Newport News, Virginia. The collection features historic vessels, artifacts, and photographs chronicling the maritime industry in the area. Permanent exhibits feature the story of the development of the fishing and shipping industry in Hampton Roads, as well as the role that boats have played in cultural and social life. Special exhibitions are also periodically held on subjects such as shipbuilding, whaling, and boating. Admission to the museum is free.

5.42 miles away

Busch Gardens Williamsburg

If you're looking for a family-friendly amusement park with a lot to do, Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Newport News are the perfect places to go! Both parks offer rides, games, and attractions for all ages, as well as great food and drinks.

At Busch Gardens Williamsburg, guests can enjoy a variety of themed gardens including Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas. The park has 12 roller coasters including the world's largest wooden coaster - Thunder Run - and more than 40 other rides including kiddie favorites like the Tea Cups Tea Party and Junior Splash.

Both parks have ample parking and dining options so you can spend your whole day there without feeling guilty. And when it's time to head home, both parks offer free shuttle service.

5.91 miles away

Virginia War Museum

The Virginia War Museum in Newport News is dedicated to the history of the U.S. military and its impact on society. The museum has a collection of more than 130,000 artifacts, including weapons, uniforms, and vehicles. The museum also has a large exhibit on the Battle of Hampton Roads, which was fought in 1923.

12.59 miles away

The Newsome House Museum & Cultural Center

The Newsome House Museum & Cultural Center Newport News is a museum that showcases the history and heritage of the city of Newport News. The museum has a collection of artifacts that date back to the 1700s, including items from the city's colonial period. The museum also has a collection of artworks and furniture from throughout the city's history. The cultural center offers programming that explores different aspects of Newport News' history and culture.

15.72 miles away

King-Lincoln Park

King-Lincoln Park is a landscaped public park located in Newport News, Virginia. The park is named for U.S. Presidents Abraham Lincoln and King George V. The park was designed by George Frederick Bodenheimer and opened in 1937. The park has a variety of amenities, including an outdoor amphitheater, a playground, a tennis court, a swimming pool, and a football field.

16.85 miles away

The Fort Eustis Inn is an excellent, budget-friendly accommodation that provides easy access to the city's most sought after attractions; book this Newport News hotel today!

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