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Flights to Norfolk
There's plenty to do with the drunken sailor in Norfolk
Still the world’s largest naval base, Norfolk once had a reputation for rowdy nautical scuffles but has since cleaned up its act. Drunken sailor or not, you're never far from the water here, with sandy beaches and a historic downtown district to explore. From harbour cruises to stepping on board a real-life battleship, there are plenty of maritime moments to be had in this coastal Virginia city. The promising local arts scene is a more unexpected bonus, but who wouldn't be inspired by those bobbing boats and seafront sunsets? Discover this quirky combination of sailors and artists with our flights to Norfolk.
Delve into the arts
Get to grips with the Norfolk arts scene at the impressive Chrysler Museum of Art. This mammoth building houses a comprehensive collection, from ancient Egyptian artefacts to paintings by Renoir and Monet. Close to the museum is the historic Ghent District, where the city’s artists, foodies and coffee hounds hang out.
Get your sea legs
Take a tour of the world-famous Naval Station Norfolk, or head straight for Nauticus maritime museum. Learn about aquatic life and undersea exploration through the interactive exhibitions, or delve into the depths of the USS Wisconsin berthed outside. Round the day off with a visit to the Mermaid Winery – Virginia’s first urban winery – and treat yourself to a bottle.
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Fly with our partner Delta Air Lines to Norfolk International Airport.
Visit our dedicated US visa page, where you'll find lots of useful information on the travel documents you'll need.
The currency in Norfolk is the US Dollar (USD).
Norfolk is easily accessible by train, bus and tram, with the airport being just minutes from the city.
Norfolk is 5 hours behind London (GMT).
The electricity supply is 120 volts in Norfolk. Standard British plugs will need an adapter.