With sites, battleships and monuments, Norfolk is a city where history buffs will feel at home. This Virginia city is known for its natural harbor and the biggest Navy base in the world, but it is also home to everything from beaches to historic sites that tourists won’t find anywhere else. There are some fantastic places to shop in Norfolk, including the MacArthur Center and Selden Market. What’s more, the diverse range of cuisine in Norfolk will keep all foodies satisfied. There is everything from southern favorites to world-class cuisine; visitors can decide what satisfies their appetite in Norfolk.
One of the top places to visit in Norfolk is the Battleship Wisconsin, which is one of the biggest battleships that was built by the US Navy. Visitors can climb on board and explore the deck on a tour and see what it was like to be in the Navy during the Second World War. This battleship is at Nauticus where visitors can learn more at the museum. For fun with the whole family there is the Virginia Zoo where visitors can get up close with lots of different animals. For art lovers, there is the famous Chrysler Museum of Art. There is everything from Middle Age sculptures to European paintings.
The best time to visit Norfolk in Virginia is during the warm weather and bright skies in the spring.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Norfolk. The hottest month in Norfolk is June, when temperatures peak at 100 ˚F. The coolest month is January, when temperatures drop to 25 ˚F. The wettest month in Norfolk is May with 8.87 inches of rain, while the driest month is March with 2.3 inches of rain.
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