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Discover 400 Years of History Along the Cannonball Trail Near Virginia Beach

For a fun journey back in time, explore the Cannonball Trail. Along the way, you will discover 400 years of Norfolk and American history. Here are a few of the attractions the trail offers near our apartments in Virginia Beach:

Hampton Roads Naval Museum 

As an official museum of the United States Navy, the Hampton Roads Naval Museum interprets the local history of the Navy from the Revolutionary War to the present day.  A highlight includes The Ten Thousand-Day War at Sea exhibit. It covers a range of topics and is free and open to the public. You will find the museum on the second floor of the Nauticus  complex. 

Moses Myers House 

Home to five generations of the Myers family, the Moses Myers House offers a look into the life of a prosperous Jewish merchant and his family during the early nineteenth century. The house has stood since the early 1900s. Today, it's listed on the National Register of Historic Places and provides an accurate picture of the late Federal period. The home is open on Saturdays and Sundays between noon and 5:00 p.m. 

The MacArthur Memorial 

One of the country's premier institutions, The MacArthur Memorial tells the story of General of the Army Douglas MacArthur. It also honors those who served with him in World War I, World War II, and the Korean War. During your visit, you will discover a museum, theater, and gift shop, along with other areas to explore. If you are a history buff, be sure to listen to The MacArthur Memorial podcasts from the comfort of your home.

For another way to get out and explore, sip your favorite brews along the Virginia Beach Beer Trail. Finally, to become a resident of The Apartments at Spence Crossing, please contact us. Our team will show you everything our apartments near Tidewater Community College have to offer. 

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May 15