Points of Interest Near Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers in Virginia
If you will be in the Norfolk or Virginia Beach area visiting Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers for a consultation, please consider touring one or more of these wonderful Virginia landmarks and historic locations:
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The Attucks Theatre was named in honor of Crispus Attucks, an African American who was the first patriot to lose his life in the Revolutionary War.
Moses Myers House
Today the house contains an important collection of American, English, and French furniture, along with glass, silver, and ceramics, and portraits. Also see the Chrysler Museum of Art.
The Norfolk History Museum at the Willoughby-Baylor House
Norfolk Botanical Garden
A botanical garden with arboretum located at 6700 Azalea Garden Road, Norfolk, Virginia.
USS Wisconsin Foundation
Wisconsin served in the Pacific Theater of World War II, the Korean War, and now functions as a museum ship.
A performing arts venue on the National Register of Historic Places.
Cape Henry Lighthouse
On the National Register of Historic Landmarks, it was the first lighthouse authorized by the U.S. government, dating from 1792 and remains in use today.
Adam Thoroughgood House
Constructed in 1720, this house is listed in the US National Register of Historic Places as a National Historic Landmark.
Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center
The exhibits at the museum are contained in over 800,000 US gallons (3,028,000 l) of fresh and saltwater displays.
Mount Trashmore Park
Mount Trashmore is an example of landfill reuse as its creation consisted of the conversion of an abandoned landfill into a park.
Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge
The 9,062.45 acre fresh water refuge borders the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Back Bay of the Currituck Sound on the west. As part of The Outer Banks of Virginia, the refuge's barrier islands feature large sand dunes, maritime forests, fresh water marshes, ponds, ocean beach, and large impoundments for wintering wildfowl. The majority of refuge marshlands are on islands contained within the waters of Back Bay. It is considered by conservationists to be an important link along the Atlantic Flyway for migratory birds such as snow geese.
First Landing State Park
The state park is near the site of the first landing on April 26, 1607 of Christopher Newport and the Virginia Company colonists before establishing themselves at Jamestown.
False Cape State Park
Park access is through Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, and is limited to hiking, bicycling or boating.
Chrysler Museum of Art
This art museum sits on a small body of water known as The Hague in the Ghent district, near downtown Norfolk. American and European paintings and sculpture from the Middle Ages to the present day form the core of the collection.
Nauticus is a maritime-themed science center and museum located in Norfolk, Virginia.
Mac Arthur Memorial Museum
The Memorial's theater contains several special exhibit galleries and continuously shows a twenty-four minute film on the life and times of General Douglas MacArthur.
Virginia Opera Association Inc
Virginia Opera Association, Inc. is known nationally for it's amazing shows and talent.
Virginia Zoological Park
This zoo opened in 1900 it is located adjacent to Lafayette Park in Norfolk, Virginia.
Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge
The Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge was created in 1974 to help protect and preserve a portion of the Great Dismal Swamp, a marshy region on the Coastal Plain of southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina between Norfolk, Virginia, and Elizabeth City, North Carolina in the United States. It is located in parts of the independent cities of Chesapeake and Suffolk in Virginia, and the counties of Camden, Gates, and Pasquotank in North Carolina.
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If you or a loved one has been injured by someone else’s negligence or recklessness, contact our attorneys at Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers by phoning 757.455.0077 today for a free case evaluation. If your injury has made transportation an issue, we will come to you. We serve clients throughout Virginia from our base in Norfolk.