As one of the oldest settlements in the United States, Hampton is full of American character. It makes for a great vacation for everyone from history buffs to museum enthusiasts and nature lovers. Located between Virginia beach and Colonial Williamsburg, it’s within a stone's throw from other attractions (including Langley Air Force Base), so a visit here makes for a well-rounded vacation. In the summertime, those visiting Hampton can enjoy everything from beach-related events to chartered boats and cookouts, while the wintertime offers cozy breweries, homey restaurants and world-class events.
Hampton offers tons to do for the everyday traveler. Buckroe Beach and Park is a mile-long stretch of sandy beach with a dog park and nightly events during the summertime. And, if you’re keen on outdoor activities, visit Sandy Bottom Nature Park, a 456-acre park with ponds, hiking trails, wetlands, woodlands, and a pretty impressive interpretive center. As far as museums go, Hampton’s best include Fort Monroe National Monument, Virginia Air and Space Center, Casemate Museum of Fort Monroe, and the Hampton History Museum. As far as entertainment goes, be sure to check out the Hampton Coliseum which hosts musicians, comedians, and Cirque du Soleil performances.
Hampton offers something different for each season. Summer months usually see lots of tourists with plenty of beach activities on deck. If you're on a tighter budget, consider visiting during late summer or early fall as room prices tend to drop. Also, late winter and early spring make for great hiking weather in Hampton.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Hampton. The warmest months in Hampton are June and July, when temperatures reach 97 ˚F. The coolest month is January, when temperatures drop to 11 ˚F. The wettest month in Hampton is December with 6.75 inches of rain, while the driest month is May with 1.12 inches of rain.
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