Rainy Day Activities and Things to Do in Virginia Beach
While everyone looks to Virginia Beach for its outdoor activities and water sports, Spring time is always a little unpredictable. Like most other places on earth, Virginia Beach can get the occasional downpour but don’t let that affect your vacation. Below is a list of a few ways to spend your time while the rain clouds pass.
Contemporary Art Center of Virginia
Make your vacation a creative one! Explore drawing, painting, ceramics, photography or crafts while you stay with us. The Contemporary Art Center of Virginia offers instructional art classes for any one with an interest from ages 2 – adult. Located directly across from the Visitor Information Center, near I-264, this art center is not to be missed.
2200 Parks Avenue
Check out their latest exhibits by visiting their website here.
Laser Quest combines the classic games of tag and hide & seek with a high-tech twist. Donning the most sophisticated laser tag equipment available, the game is played in a large, multi-level arena featuring specialty lighting, swirling fog and heart-pounding music.
2682 Dean Drive
Check out their website for additional information
Young Chef’s Academy
Children learn the importance and value of cooking in a safe setting that encourages creativity and discovery. Sessions familiarize children ages three and older with diverse foods, while they create and taste scrumptious recipes.
1554 Laskin Rd.
Check out their class schedule to see what treats you can make
Virginia Beach Rock Gym
The Virginia Beach Rock Gym is a state–of–the–art climbing facility featuring a climbing tower, boulders, and a pro shop. Come climb the 32–foot Main Wall, a rugged textured surface with realistic edges, corners, and bulges. The weekly Youth climbing Club is fun for kids, while Rock Gym birthday parties entertain climbers of all ages.
5049 Southern Blvd.
Visit their website for pricing and details.
Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center
There’s always something new happening at the Virginia Aquarium. Changing exhibits, IMAX® movies and special events enhance your Aquarium experience. See what’s happening now, and what’s coming soon to the Aquarium!
717 General Booth Blvd.
Old Coast Guard Station
The Old Coast Guard Station honors and preserves the history of Virginia’s coastal communities and maritime heritage. Exhibits begin with the Virginia Beach Community and extend to subjects related to Virginia’s oceanfront, coastal and water related heritage. The museum’s two galleries depict the history of the United States Life-Saving and Coast Guard Services and shipwrecks on the Virginia Coast.
24th and Boardwalk
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