A Guide to Exploring the Virginia Beach Boardwalk

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The Virginia Beach Boardwalk is an iconic landmark that stretches along the Atlantic Ocean. Located in the heart of the Virginia Beach resort area, it's a popular destination for locals and tourists, offering gorgeous ocean views and many things to do. 

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The boardwalk also hosts numerous events throughout the year, from live music concerts to outdoor festivals, making it a lively and exciting place to visit. 

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The Virginia Beach Boardwalk is three miles of hotels, parks, stages, restaurants, bars, and museums. It stretches from 2nd to 40th Street and has a separate lane for bicycles and surreys.

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Waterman's Surfside Grille has long been a local favorite in Virginia Beach, with ocean views and outdoor seating. They are known for their freshly squeezed orange crush cocktails, which are amazingly refreshing on a hot summer day.

Waterman's Surfside Grille 


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If you are interested in fishing, there is a fee to get onto the pier, but no license is required. Hours vary by season. There is also a restaurant at the beginning of the pier called Ocean Eddie's Seafood.

Virginia Beach  Fishing Pier 


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The Surf and Rescue Museum is a fascinating museum on the Virginia Beach boardwalk that tells the story of the region's maritime history. It showcases the brave men and women who risked their lives for ocean rescues.

Surf and Rescue Museum 


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Created by artist Paul DiPasquale, King Neptune is a magnificent statue that stands 26 feet tall on the Virginia Beach Boardwalk. King Neptune is often regarded as the "Guardian of the Sea." It's one of the most Insta-worthy spots on the boardwalk.

King Neptune Statue 


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