Virginia Beach is located in the Commonwealth of Virginia and is on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Virginia Beach is the largest city in Virginia, and the 39th largest in the United States! Virginia Beach has a population of 447,000 people. Virginia Beach is most noted for its miles of beaches, hundreds of places to accommodate tourists whether they are looking to dine, to sleep, or just to be entertained.
Virginia Beach is also known for over 4,000 acres in neighborhood, community and district parks.
If you are looking for great shopping, then you’ve found the right place! Virginia Beach has not only one mall, but two! Lynnhaven Mall and Pembroke Mall are great places to take the family to get anything from lunch to new clothes for school. Lynnhaven Mall is the perfect place to “Relax. Dine. Shop. Flirt.” This mall is perfect for any day at Virginia Beach, located in the heart of the city and only 10 minutes from the ocean, what more could one want? Lynnhaven mall is complete “with over 180 stores, 17 restaurants and eateries, and a state-of-the-art AMC Theatres with 18 screens and all stadium-style seating.” Lynnhaven Mall is the perfect place to get out of the sun and have some fun.
Pembroke Mall has nearly one hundred places to shop, dine and relax, including free wi-fi in the food court for all of you who cannot leave home without your laptop. This mall is very versatile where you can find nearly any type of store from African Attractions to the American Red Cross. Looking for something a little more educational to do? Virginia Beach has that too.
Virginia Beach contains a few of the most interesting museums in Virginia – including the Royal London Wax Museum, the Virginia Marine Science Museum and the Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum and more! The whole family will be able to agree on something with all the variety, whether you want to visit an amazing museum with lots of underwater creatures such as sharks, sea turtles, harbor seals, stingrays, whales, dolphins and more, and then head over to the attached IMAX theater to see a movie in the 300 seat facility, to see a movie six stories high and eight stories wide, and the only 3D IMAX theater in Virginia.