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Downtown Hampton

4The Hampton Carousel

Built in 1920, the carousel is housed in a pavilion on the city's downtown waterfront. It is one of only 170 antique wooden merrygo- rounds still existing in the U.S.
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5 Hampton Roads Charters

Go where the fish are running aboard the 65-foot, 73-passenger headboat, The Ocean Eagle. Bait and tackle are provided.
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6 Hampton History Museum

Four centuries of Hampton history in ten galleries. Featuring infamous Blackbeard the Pirate, Native Americans, early colonists, the Civil War and the rise of "Crabtown USA."
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1Hampton Visitor Center

The perfect place to begin your city tour. Here you will find a variety of maps, area attraction brochures, coupons and upcoming event information.
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2Virginia Air & Space Center & Riverside IMAX Theater

As the visitor center for NASA Langley Research Center and Langley Air Force Base, this world-class facility houses exciting and interactive exhibits. From the Apollo 12 Command Module, the Space and Adventures in Flight galleries to a Mars meteorite and a three-billion yearold moon rock. Make a crater, travel to Mars and fly an airplane with over 100 "hands on" exhibits.
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3Miss Hampton II Harbor Cruises

This double-decked tour boat offers daily narrated cruises of the Hampton Roads harbor and Chesapeake Bay.
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7St. Johns Church

Established in 1610, St. John's is the oldest continuous Englishspeaking parish in the U.S. The church features stained glass art depicting the baptism of Pocahontas.
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8Charles H. Taylor Arts Center

This neoclassical building, built in 1925 was renovated in 1989 as a visual arts center. Ten different art exhibitions are hosted each year.

13Hampton University Museum

The museum is the oldest African-American museum in the country with an extensive 11,000-piece collection.
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