Portsmouth is an independent city in the 'Southside' of Hampton Roads. It is a harbor and port city and has a deep history that dates back to 1752, when it was incorporated. Porstmouth's Olde Towne Historic District features one of the largest collections of historically significant homes on the East Coast. 

POPULATION

97,000

ATTRACTIONS

Olde Towne Historic District

Children's Museum of Virginia 

The Hill House

Commodore Theater

ENVIRONMENT

Urban, Suburban

HIGH SCHOOLS

Churchland I Woodrow Wilson 

I.C. Norcom

RESTAURANTS

The Bier Garden

Fish & Slips

Dock of the Bay

Gosport Tavern

MAIN ROADS

I-264, US-58, US-164, US-17,

US-460

City description

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

Portsmouth is a family-oriented community with serene waterfront views. It is comprised of some of the following neighborhoods: Olde Towne, West Norfolk, Green Lakes, Hoffler Creek, West Haven, Churchland and Cradock.

The city features the Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Children's Museum of Virginia, Porstmouth City Park, Olde Towne Historic District and many other museums, parks and shopping attractions. 

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