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Trolly Pub Norfolk

Trolley Pub is a pedal-powered, eco-friendly, pub-crawling trolley for up to 14 people at a time. The Trolley Pub is powered by YOU and your fellow pedalers.

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Norfolk State University

700 Park Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23504 (757) 823-8600

A Historically Black University of higher learning founded in 1935, the largest predominantly Black university in the nation.

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Lime Electric Scooter

232 East Main Street, Norfolk, VA 23510

Lime is founded on a simple idea that all communities deserve access to smart, affordable mobility. Through the equitable distribution of shared scooters, bikes and transit vehicles, we aim to reduce dependence on personal automobiles for short-distance transportation and leave future generations with a cleaner, healthier planet.

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Latitude Climbing + Fitness

1830 Lindsay Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23504

The city’s only rock climbing gym offers over 6,000 feet of wall space suited for all levels of experience. Latitude is proud to offer the area’s only bouldering course, 20-foot high top roping walls, and a 500 square foot training area.

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Norfolk International Airport

2200 Norview Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23518 (757) 857-3351

Parking Lots and Garages-Access ramps to accommodate wheelchair travel are located at both short-term parking lots flanking the airport terminal as well as long-term parking lots and garages. Convenient parking spaces are reserved for the handicapped in all parking lots and garages. Disabled patrons are permitted to park free of charge for the first four (4) hours in our short-term parking lots only. After the first four hours, prevailing rates apply. Short-term parking rates: $1.00 for each half hour (or any part thereof) with a maximum daily rate of $24.00. Departures and Arrivals Terminals-Ramps are available curbside at both complexes. Doors-Terminal entrances and exits on both Arrival and Departure sides are equipped with automatic double doors; door widths are designed to easily accommodate wheelchairs. Elevators-Elevators are conveniently located throughout the Main Passenger Terminal, Arrivals (baggage claim) Terminal, and parking garages. All elevators are identified with the standard graphics used to designate handicapped facilities and are equipped with raised markings on the control buttons. Restrooms- All restrooms feature one cubicle with a raised toilet seat designed primarily for non-ambulatory use. Their dimensions are wide enough to accommodate a wheelchair, and are equipped with handrails. Restrooms are also equipped with full-length mirrors and low-level paper towel dispensers/hand dryers. Family restrooms are located in the Arrivals Terminal, Main Lobby and Concourses. Mother’s Rooms are located in the Main Lobby and Concourses. Rooms are equipped with a rocking chair, changing table, sink and multiple outlets to give nursing mothers comfort and privacy. Drinking Fountains- Water fountains throughout the terminals are positioned at a level comfortable for use from a wheelchair. Wheelchairs- Upon request, the airlines will provide wheelchair assistance. Wheelchairs can be reserved in advance by calling the airline carrier on which you plan to travel. Wheelchairs can also be obtained upon arrival at the passenger terminal. Wheelchair accommodations and skycap assistance can be pre-arranged by calling the airlines: Allegiant – (705) 505-8888; American – (800) 433-7300; Boutique Air – (855) 268-8478; Delta – (800) 221-1212; Frontier – (801) 401-9000; Southwest – (800) 435-9792; United – (800) 241-6522; Passenger Loading Bridges- The use of terminal-to-plane passenger loading bridges permits direct access to and from the aircraft, in most cases, without the necessity of ascending or descending steps between plane and terminal. Contact your airline to inquire about special lift capability for their aircraft in the event of ground loading. Ground Transportation-On-site rental cars, taxi cabs and transportation network companies are located in the Arrivals Terminal. Reservation, pick up and return facilities are wheelchair accessible. Coastal Ride is a full-service transportation company offering wheelchair accessible vehicles operated by certified drivers. Advance reservations for arriving travelers are not required. Mobility Aids-Walkers, crutches, and canes may be taken aboard the aircraft. Service dogs are normally allowed to travel on the plane with you. Call the airline in advance to verify their policy and to make arrangements. Continuing efforts are being made at Norfolk International Airport to ensure that travel procedures for all passengers may be accomplished with maximum ease and safety.

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Poplar Hall Park Disc Golf Course

Poplar Hall Park, Norfolk, VA 23502

Disc Golf is the newest sport offered by RPOS. It’s free and fun for the entire family! The course is located at Poplar Hall Park, 101 N Military Hwy, Norfolk VA 23502. History: Local Disc Golf advocates Charles Barrie and Wes Landfear approached RPOS in the spring of 2018 to bring the sport to Norfolk. Several parks and open spaces were considered. Poplar Hall Park was identified as the best fit. Charles and Wes designed the layout of the course, identifying optimal locations for each basket and tee. RPOS staff managed the course installation, including course baskets, wooden tee boxes and signage. Course: The course is 9 holes, and each hole is par 3. Although shorter in length than many other courses, the trees and water hazards give players an extra degree of difficulty.

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Plum Point Park

Southampton Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23510

Located on 5 acres of land, the park is a site for environmental restoration. With magnificent views of the river from a park-like setting and access to the Elizabeth River, the city of Norfolk decided to make the piece of land a public park.

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The Tide Light Rail

11 Stations throughout the city, Norfolk, VA 23510 (757) 222-6100

The Tide takes commuters from Fort Norfolk Station, near the historic Ghent district, to the Newtown Road Park & Ride Station at the Norfolk / Virginia Beach city line, making stops near the Chrysler Museum of Art, The MacArthur Memorial, and Harbor Park Baseball Stadium. The light rail operates daily.

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Sgt. Carney Marker

Berkley Bridge, Norfolk, VA 23523

Born in Norfolk in 1840, Sergeant William H. Carney enlisted in the 54th Massachusetts Vol. Infantry Regiment in February 1863. On July 18, 1863, as the 54th led an attack on Fort Wagner near Charleston, South Carolina, Carney retrieved the American flag from the regiment’s wounded color guard. Under heavy fire, he carried the flag to the fort’s parapet and then, despite serious wounds, continued to hold the American flag while Confederate troops charged. On May 9, 1900, he was the first African-American to receive the Medal of Honor.

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Legends of Music Walk of Fame

340 Granby Street, Norfolk, VA 23510

Along Granby Street from the TCC Roper Performing Arts Center to The NorVa. Created in September 2002, the Legends of Music Walk of Fame recognizes Hampton Roads natives who have made significant contributions of national or international significance to the world of music. Honored with bronze plaques set in granite, inductees include Pearl Bailey, Gary “U.S.” Bonds, Ruth Brown, Charlie Byrd, Bill Deal & the Rhondels, Ella Fitzgerald, the Golden Gate Quartet, Frank Guida, Bruce Hornsby, Dorothy Maynor, Tommy Newsom, Keely Smith, Gene Vincent, Clarence Clemons, Pat Curtis, JoAnn Falletta, General Norman Johnson and the Phelps Brothers.

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