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As a teen aged sailor was home ported at Norfolk,Portsmouth and Little Creek. while serving on an aircraft carrier and an attack transport. The Naval Station today remains a significant symbol of excellence as do the ships at its piers. Returning 60 years after first...More
So amazing to see the Naval Fleet on the way here and to enjoy the wonderful information and exhibits in this beautiful facility - and it is free! I have been on a number of cruises but the biggest cruise ship I have ever seen...More
We took a bus driving tour of the naval station. One of the naval officers was our guide and we went all over the base. We saw some of the large boats in dock being repaired, we saw some of the plane and helicopters, as...More
After going to the visitnorfolk.com site, my husband and I decided to do the 50 minute drive to do the tour. We read over the requirements before leaving and knew we needed photo id. We arrived and were turned away because we were told we...More
We took a victory tour while on vacation and this was amazing. Full of fun facts and opportunity to see all sorts of ships. Really need to have binoculars with you. We got to see a attack sub leaving port. Lots of military escorts to...More
What a great tour seniors got in for five dollars a person it is a van/bus tour it is about 45 minutes it is worth it if you do get a tour guide that has knowledge our tour guide did have knowledge the bus driver...More
The bus tour was quite informative, and there was plenty to see, from ships to planes to buildings - admirals row was lovely! Price for the tour was reasonable as well.
Note - if you have a metal joint replacement be sure to bring your...More
Your ID card will get you on base - you can go to the tour office and ask about a carrier tour - I'm not sure how those work out but they may be able to schedule one. The tour office (off Hampton BLVD near Pass and ID) will... More
Your ID card will get you on base - you can go to the tour office and ask about a carrier tour - I'm not sure how those work out but they may be able to schedule one. The tour office (off Hampton BLVD near Pass and ID) will be able to answer all your questions more specifically about access areas and available tours.