624 Oak Grove Road, Chesapeake, VA 23320 Directions
The Chesapeake Arboretum is situated in the center of Chesapeake and is a 48-acre "Nature's Classroom" that encourages horticultural and environmental understanding through exhibits, education, and study. Connected to its new location in November 1996, it features one of the best hiking networks in Virginia that wanders through a dense hardwood forest with several trees and plants. Currently, it consists of a mature deciduous forest with a good hiking trail, farmstead, theme, and demonstration gardens. The Arboretum provides all citizens with significant social, esthetic, usable, financial, and recreational benefits. Arboretum Headquarters is an 18th-century farmhouse with theme gardens that include a fragrance and an ancient rose garden. Tour the 3 miles of trails in the Arboretum to read about the various tree types. The Chesapeake Arboretum available regularly, free of charge.
Trail Systems, Farmhouse, Hardwood Forest, Group Tour, Scouts, Fragrance, Caleb Williamson Farm House, Native Plants, Arboretum, Picnic Area, Civic Leagues, Trees, Antique Rose Garden, Educational Programs & Master Gardener Area with Greenhouse, Hiking/Walking Trails, Botanical Gardens & Theme and Demonstration Gardens
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312 Cedar Road, Chesapeake, VA 23320 Directions
Chesapeake Planetarium the first physical structure in Virginia became a public education program. This was planned as a teaching tool for the education system, although it was often made accessible to the general public. Each year, more than 50,000 students and adults visit the planetarium to view educational programs. Planetary development support was provided by the Chesapeake School Board as a part of the National Defense Education Act (NDEA). The subjects in these services vary every month and are of an instructional type. They are intended to provide the user with a general summary of astronomy. Reservations are mandatory due to insufficient space which can be made by contacting Chesapeake Public Schools by 8:00 a.m. then at 4:00 p.m. days of the week. The general public is allowed to join in free programs on Thursday nights at 8:00 p.m. These services are offered as a community option to the Chesapeake Public School System.
Exhibitions, Displays, Collections, Museum, Planetarium, Special Groups, Solar Eclipses, School and Public Programs, Earth’s Moon, Space Art, Space Probes, Sky Theater & Events
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COLON L. HALL STADIUM
140 Stadium Drive, Chesapeake, VA 23322 Directions
Colon L. Hall Stadium is a famous football stadium in Chesapeake. Here Outdoor sports, concerts, or other events are organized, and it consists of a field or stage, either partially or surrounded by a tiled structure designed to allow audiences to stand or sit and watch the game. The stadiums were built with practicality in mind, the aim was to accommodate as many fans as possible, so the facilities were practically non-existent.
Arenas, Football Teams, Stadium, Football Game Program, Sports Venue & Soccer