Norfolk is a waterfront city that is home to Naval Station Norfolk, the largest naval base in the world. It has seven miles of Chesapeake Bay beachfront and a total of 144 miles of shoreline along lakes, rivers and the Bay. Much of the land is located in residential neighborhoods. Norfolk is the key business center to all of Hampton Roads. 

POPULATION

250,000

ATTRACTIONS

Virginia Zoo

Battleship Wisconsin

Nauticus

MacArthur Center

ENVIRONMENT

Urban

HIGH SCHOOLS

Granby I Lake Taylor I Maury 

Norview I Booker T. Washington

RESTAURANTS

Saltine

Handsome Biscuit

Grilled Cheese Bistro

Grain

MAIN ROADS

I-64, I-264, I-464, I-664, US-58, US-13, US-60, US-168

CITY description

Norfolk is a gorgeous city that is rich in history and culture. It is bordered to the north by the Chesapeake Bay, Virginia Beach to the east, Chesapeake and Portsmouth to the south, Suffolk to the west and the James River to the west and north. 

Norfolk is a bustling and cosmopolitan city that is comprised of many neighborhoods - some of them being: Ghent, Ocean View, Downtown, Freemason, Highland Park, Norview, Willoughby Spit & Riverview.

The city features the Chrysler Museum of Art, The Virginia Zoo, Norfolk Botanical Garden, MacArthur Memorial and many other museums, parks and shopping attractions. 

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