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Here's a list of some incredible local attractions and establishments in the vicinity of this hotel in Newport News

Newport News Park

Newport News Park is a 7,500-acre urban park located in downtown Newport News. The park features a variety of amenities, including a baseball field, basketball court, BMX track, playgrounds, and picnic areas. The park also has a variety of trails that allow visitors to explore the surrounding neighborhoods. Newport News Park is open from sunrise to sunset 365 days a year.

1.53 miles away

Newport News Park Discovery Center

The Newport News Park Discovery Center is a place for kids to explore nature and learn about the environment. The Discovery Center has exhibits on ecology, geology, botany, and zoology. There is also a library with books and games for kids. The Discovery Center is open from 9:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Saturday, and from 12:00pm to 4:00pm on Sundays.

1.82 miles away

Magnolia Park

Magnolia Park is a small park located in Newport News, Virginia. The park features a playground, picnic areas, and a pond. The park is busiest during the spring and summer months, when families come to enjoy the outdoor activities available.

2.13 miles away

Matthew Jones House

The Matthew Jones House is a large and imposing Georgian Revival-style house located in Newport News, Virginia. It was built in 1727 for Matthew Jones, one of the city's most prominent early businessmen. The house is notable for its elaborate woodwork and gilded ornamentation, as well as its distinctive cupola and spire. The house was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1969. Today, it is used as a museum dedicated to the history of Newport News.

2.14 miles away

Historic Endview

Located in the heart of Newport News, Historic Endview offers residents and visitors alike a glimpse into the past. The estate spans more than 4,000 acres and was once home to one of the largest cotton plantations in Virginia. Today, it is a picturesque property that boasts a variety of attractions, including a plantation house, gardens, and a golf course.

Historic Endview is also home to several museums, including the Mariners Museum at Mariners Point and the Naval History Museum. Both museums offer exhibits on naval history and maritime culture. There is also a children’s museum and an amusement park onsite which are open during the summer months.

2.41 miles away

Yorktown Battlefield

The Yorktown Battlefield in Newport News, Virginia, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the state. The site commemorates the decisive Battle of Yorktown, which took place in 1930 and ended the American War of Independence. The battlefield encompasses over 25 acres and offers visitors a wide variety of attractions, including artillery displays, battlefield tours, a museum, and gardens.

5.22 miles away

Virginia Living Museum

The Virginia Living Museum is a museum in Newport News, Virginia that celebrates the history and culture of the Commonwealth of Virginia. The museum has exhibits on Virginia history, natural history, and folklife. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 9am to 5pm, and Sunday from 1pm to 5pm. Admission is free for all visitors.

8.86 miles away

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