Housed in a 1903 former Life-Saving Station, the museum tells the story of the men who served in the US Life-Saving Service and the US Coast Guard. Visitors to the museum galleries are given an insight into the early days of shipwrecks along the Virginia coast and the efforts of the life-savers at the stations. Our interactive tower camera enables the visitor to view vessels entering the port of Hampton Roads as well and scan the new boardwalk and beach. The Museum Store offers a wide varirty of maritime and other items.Hours: Monday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday Noon - 5 p.m.
Area: Resort Area
Address: 2401 Atlantic AveVirginia Beach, VA 23451
The Cape Henry Lighthouse
Ferry Plantation House
Historic Villages at Cape Henry
Old Donation Episcopal Church
The trail to high-flying fun follows the treetops.
Grab some sun and suds at a local craft brewery.
Saddle up and book your Virginia Beach horseback-riding excursion.
See weather conditions, events and a live beach cam.
Fishing, Adventure, Restaurants & more!
See Why Life's Just Better at the Beach
Unleash your vacation at our pet-friendly parks and beaches.
Customize and send your very own Virginia Beach E-postcard.
Go behind the scenes with seals, sea turtles and sharks for a life experience like no other.
Start surfing at the Visitors Center with Free Wi-Fi.
Check out how emerging artists have turned familiar oceanfront fixtures into a public art project.Now on display at 19th Street and Parks Ave.
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