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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

 

The City of Virginia Beach continues to monitor and adjust to changing conditions related to the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19. There are national, state and local declarations of emergency in place and we are following the guidance from the Virginia Department of Health as well the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO).

 

OCEANFRONT VISITOR CENTER IS OPEN


The Visitor Information Center at I-264 Oceanfront is now open to the public.  The new center hours are 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, and 10am to 3pm, Saturday and Sunday. The Chesapeake Bay Center at First Landing State Park will be closed until further notice.  

 

Latest Coronavirus Updates

 

Tourism staff are working with event holders,  to identify any cancellations or postponements.  Please check Emergency.VBgov.com/coronavirus for the latest information and for event cancellations. We are also working to update our event calendars as quickly as possible. For the most accurate information, please visit event websites directly.

 

Distance Learning

 

While school will look a little different this year for many, the flexibility of distance learning provides opportunities to explore the world outside the classroom in a safe and effective manner. From the profusion of waterways running through our coastal city and the biodiversity of the mighty Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean, to a unique history that predates the founding of our country, there is no shortage of educational opportunities and unforgettable fun to be had when Virginia Beach. With our arts scene, museums, rich history and unique coastal environment, this helpful guide for those who are distance learning has everything you need to help you find the perfect combination of education and vacation for your family in Virginia Beach.

 

What to Do While Social Distancing in Virginia Beach

 

As we continue to navigate through the unique challenges that face each of us right now, many locals, museums and businesses in Virginia Beach are doing their part by offering limited-to-zero touch options. While we all work to keep our distance from each other, we are not without ways of still enjoying some of what Virginia Beach has to offer. Here are some ways to explore Virginia Beach while social distancing.
 

 

Share Your Virtual Moment


#VISITVABEACH

 

Take a moment to virtually visit Virginia Beach. We wish you were here, but we’re happy you’re staying home. We hope to see you soon. Until then, please enjoy some vacation inspiration below.