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Top-Empfehlungen von Einheimischen für Museen

Kunstmuseum
“50 galleries with 30000+ objects, an interactive space for kids and families, and an incredible glass studio. Admission is free.”
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Science Museum
“Nauticus is a maritime-themed science center and museum located in downtown Norfolk known as waterside. It is great for families and offers military discounts. It is also home to the now retired Battleship Wisconsin, an actual US battleship that was used in WW II. You can take a tour on this amazing piece of history.”
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History Museum
“USS Wisconsin (BB-64) is an Iowa-class battleship, the second ship of the United States Navy to be named in honor of the U.S. state of Wisconsin. She was built at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and launched on 7 December 1943 (the second anniversary of the Pearl Harbor raid), sponsored by the wife of Governor Walter Goodland of Wisconsin. A beautiful walk, about 15 minutes and under a mile, through historic Ghent.”
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Museum
“The Children's Museum of Virginia is the largest children's museum in the state of Virginia. It is located in the heart of Olde Town Portsmouth at 221 High Street. The museum has a planetarium and two floors of interactive, hands-on exhibits.”
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Museum
“The Chrysler Museum of Art is an art museum nestled between downtown and the Ghent district of Norfolk. It has fee admission and parking. Great affordable and educational option for families. (website: chrysler.org)”
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Park
“Visitors to the Hermitage Museum learn about the past of this unique home and grounds, many art installations, and art classes are provided. This place is in the next neighborhood over.”
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Museum
“One of the popular local attractions - Virginia Sports Hall of Fame and Museum”
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Museum
“Museum devoted to 237 years of Hampton Roads Naval history, featuring ship models & artifacts.”
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Museum
“The Hunter House Victorian Museum is located in the Freemason Historic District. The District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. Guided walking tours are offered periodically throughout the season; groups desiring guided tours may make advance reservations through the museum. While visiting in the Historic District you will be close to several other historic and cultural sites as well as unique eateries and shopping. The Hunter House Victorian Museum is open for tours April through December and closed Mondays, Tuesdays and major holidays. Regular admission is $5, Senior admission is $4 and admission for children is $1. Group rates are available to groups making reservations at least two weeks in advance. Group tours available year round.”
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Kunstgalerie
“The Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center, housed in the 1846 Courthouse, is devoted to offering quality educational, cultural and aesthetic experiences in the arts through rotating visual art exhibits, lectures, classes and performances.”
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Science Museum
Museum
“Exploring the Lightship PORTSMOUTH is both fun and enlightening. The U.S. Lightship Service was started in 1820. Like lighthouses and buoys, lightships were The U.S. Lightship Service was started in 1820. Like lighthouses and buoys, lightships were navigational aids. The lights atop their masts were similar to those in lighthouses, but their portability made them much more versatile. The Lightship PORTSMOUTH was built in 1915. She served for 48 years off the coasts of Virginia, Delaware and Massachusetts helping mariners avoid dangerous shoals or enter safely into harbors at night. Typically, the ship would anchor at a strategic location at sea and remain there for months at a time. The maximum crew for the Lightship PORTSMOUTH during her half-century in service was 15 men. In 1964, she was retired to Portsmouth, Virginia and renamed according to the custom of naming lightships after the site where they are stationed. In 1989, the Lightship PORTSMOUTH was designated a National Historic Landmark. Now a museum, the ship’s quarters are fitted out realistically and filled with fascinating artifacts, uniforms, photographs, models, and more. ”
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Museum
“This is what if feels like in The Hill House Museum is a historic home in Portsmouth, Virginia, furnished entirely with family belongings from 19th and 20th centuries.”
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