A Guide To Visiting The Virginia Beach Boardwalk and Beyond

Virginia Beach Boardwalk Overview

The Virginia Beach Boardwalk is three miles of hotels, parks, stages, restaurants, bars, and museums.

JT’s Grommet Island Park

JT’s Grommet Island Park is an inclusive playground on the Virginia Beach boardwalk and 2nd Street.

Waterman’s Surfside Grille has long been a local favorite in Virginia Beach, with ocean views and seating near the Virginia Beach boardwalk.

Waterman’s Surfside Grille

Chix on the Beach

The restaurant has been serving the area for more than 40 years.

Calypso Bar & Grill

Calypso Bar & Grill is a great place for a night of food, music, and fun.

Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum

Next, you’ll find the Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum in a historic 100-year-old cottage.

The Virginia Beach Fishing Pier was built in the 1950s and extends 650 feet into the Atlantic Ocean.  

Virginia Beach Fishing Pier

Ocean House Waterfront Seafood

The Ocean House Waterfront Seafood restaurant offers seafood dishes, including steamer pots, baskets, and traditional broiled seafood.

Surf and Rescue Museum

If you’re looking for things to do while in Virginia Beach, the Surf and Rescue Museum is a great stop to add to your itinerary.

Catch 31 Fish House and Bar

Located on the Virginia Beach Boardwalk near 31st Street, Catch 31 Fish House and Bar offer a great dining experience with views of the Atlantic Ocean.

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