A Vacation to Virginia Beach is not complete without visiting one of the Seven Venues in nearby Norfolk
The Seven Venues in Norfolk is dedicated to bringing arts, culture and entertainment to the region. If you need a night away from the beach, if you’d like to see a great show or sporting event or just need an idea for a date night, one of the seven venues is bound to have exactly what you’re looking for.
1010 Church St., Norfolk, Virginia • 757-664-6464 • Website
Attucks has a rich history in the African American community in Norfolk. Known as “the Apollo of the South,” it showcased such entertainers as Duke Ellington and Nat King Cole. In 1977, it became a National Historic Landmark. The restored Attucks now features a variety of plays, speakers and concerts.
215 Saint Pauls Blvd, Norfolk, Virginia • 757-664-6464 • Website
A large 2,500 seat performing arts center that brings the best plays, comedians and concerts to Norfolk. To read more about Chrysler Hall, CLICK HERE.
150 Park Ave., Norfolk, Virginia • 757-664-6464 • Website
Memories are made at Harbor Park. With over 12,000 seats, your family will thrill with the masses as the local baseball team, the Norfolk Tides take the field.
Harrison Opera House
160 West Virginia Beach Blvd., Norfolk, Virginia • 757-664-6464 • Website
The world of opera can be opened up to you at Harrison Opera House. You will feel transported into a world of elite elegance as you sip champagne and gaze at the lovely chandeliers. Receive a musical education as you take in a classic opera or a lesser known work.
Prism Theatre at Scope
201 E Brambleton Ave., Norfolk, Virginia • 757-664-6464
A flexible performing space that hosts large concerts, children’s shows and theatrical shows. The range and flexibility of the space is incredible, so you never quite know what your experience at the Prism will be.
201 E Brambleton Ave., Norfolk, Virginia • 757-664-6464 • Website
The scope is a landmark that can’t be missed in downtown Norfolk, with its impressive concrete dome. The scope holds such epic entertainments as basketball games, conventions, concerts and, of course, hockey games with the local Norfolk Admirals. Come for a larger than life experience!
110 E Tazewell Street, Norfolk, Virginia • 757-664-6464 • Website
The Wells Theatre, built in 1916, has run the gamut of entertainment. Starting as a legitimate theatre, it has also served as a movie theater, house of burlesque, x-rated theater and brothel. Now the classically beautiful theatre is a National Historic Landmark, and home to the Virginia Stage Company who mount productions of high caliber.
Click here to visit the Seven Venues events calendar.