Norfolk’s central location, on the Eastern seaboard and mere hours from two- thirds of the U.S. population, makes it a
snap to reach! Groups are accommodated in a
wide variety of hotels, from bed-and-breakfast
establishments to full-service properties.
Collectively, hotels in Norfolk provide more
than 5,000 rooms for visitors, many of which
are located within walking distance of the city’s
downtown meeting venues, shops, restaurants,
attractions and nightlife options. The city offers
plenty of meeting space, complete with the
latest in modern audio and visual equipment.
Norfolk’s famed cultural centers, historic theaters, museums, zoo and river cruises double
as alternative meeting venues.
When your meeting is over, explore Norfolk
and all it has to offer! Delicious restaurants line
There’s nothing better than enjoying a
cold pint paired with fresh, local fare. From
signature brews to seasonal offerings, our craft
breweries are serving up something for every
enthusiast to savor. Visit a local Norfolk brew-
ery for an overview of beer making, styles, tast-
ing and pairing, or sample brews from multiple
locations on a full, in-depth brewery tour.
Be sure to visit the famed Chrysler Museum
of Art & Glass Studio. This world-class museum
contains an envied collection of contemporary
art, photography, Tiffany glass and historic
works of art. Next door at the Chrysler Glass
Studio, you can watch glass blowing demonstrations or learn to make something yourself!
Also explore the new NEON (New Energy of
Norfolk) Arts District full of galleries, shops
History enthusiasts can tour the Douglas
MacArthur Memorial, the ;inal resting place for
General Douglas MacArthur and his wife, and
Naval Station Norfolk, the world’s largest naval
base. Norfolk is also home to Battleship
Wisconsin, one of the largest battleships in the world. To
take advantage of Norfolk’s beautiful weather,
meeting planners can also plan excursions to the
popular Norfolk Botanical Garden, Hermitage
Museum & Gardens or plan an afternoon learning to sail at Nauticus’ sailing school!
For more information, call (800) 368-3097
or go to www.visitnorfolktoday.com.
Norfolk’s famed cultural centers,
historic theaters, museums,
zoo and river cruises double as
alternative meeting venues.