Discover all the things to do in Virginia Beach this weekend
Make your plans today for an exciting stay at The Westin Virginia Beach Town Center. You'll find so many fun things to do, right outside our doors. Located in the heart of downtown, our ideally situated hotel lets you explore all of Virginia Beach and Hampton Roads with ease. Upscale shopping, inspired dining and incredible entertainment are all just steps away, and the sandy shores of beautiful Virginia Beach are just 10 minutes away. Whether visiting for an extended vacation or a weekend, you'll find plenty of things to do for the whole family in Virginia Beach.
Shopping & Dining
Virginia Beach Town Center Shopping - Discover an exceptional mix of nationally renowned stores and local boutiques.
Town Center Dining - Foodies will appreciate the myriad upscale dining options in and near our Virginia Beach hotel. Dine in our own sophisticated restaurant, Interlude, or venture out for a meal at one of the many Town Center Restaurants.
Sandler Center for the Performing Arts - The Sandler Center for the Performing Arts is heralded as one of the region's most stunning structures, as well as one of the nation's most acoustically sound venues for the arts.
The Virginia Aquarium - Explore Virginia Beach's fascinating aquarium, boasting over 800,000 gallons of water and thousands of animals. During warm seasons, visitors can take a zip line tour through the trees of the Owls Creek Path at The Adventure Park at Virginia Aquarium.
Neptune's Park - Located oceanside at Virginia Beach, this scenic outdoor venue features nightly entertainment, and is among the favorite things to do throughout the summer for area locals.
Ocean Breeze Waterpark - One of the most popular things to do for families in Virginia Beach, this seasonal waterpark offers 30 rides and attractions, as well as dining options that will appeal to guests of all ages.
Old Coast Guard Station - Home to The Virginia Beach Surf & Rescue Museum, which honors Virginia's coastal communities and maritime heritage.
The Cape Henry Lighthouse - Visitors can climb to the top of this historic lighthouse, which was built in 1792.
Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum - A museum of historic wildfowl artifacts and history.
Mount Trashmore Park - Built over a reclaimed landfill, this Virginia Beach city park features lakes, trails, picnic pavilions, playgrounds, sports courts and more.
The Beaches of Virginia Beach - 35 miles of glorious coastline await. Whether you prefer the lively boardwalks or sceluded retreats, you'll find your ideal place in the sun at Virginia Beach.