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Norfolk Military Reunions

Choose Norfolk as your next reunion destination and see why we're so much more than a Navy town.

Did you know Norfolk is an 400-year-old port city or that we are home to the worlds largest naval station? Our city is steeped in rich history, including battle sites that date back to the Revolutionary War. Thanks to the military’s massive presence, veteran-owned businesses are tickled throughout our revitalized neighborhoods with many military attractions for all to visit. Whether you've spent some of your military career in Norfolk or are a first time visitor, our city has flourished into much more than its once strictly "navy town" reputation. Norfolk welcomes all branches of the military as we celebrate our patriotic pride through festivals, local shops and more!

Once you have decided to have your next reunion in Norfolk, our staff will be committed to providing excellent service by creating an itinerary, arranging local speakers to deliver welcome addresses and more. 

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Mel Hopper 

Associate Director of Tour & Travel

Email: mhopper@visitnorfolktoday.com

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Jennifer Lopez 

Convention Services Manager



Guides and Itineraries 

Military Reunion Itinerary

Norfolk, Virginia continues to thrive as a military area by celebrating the Armed Services every day. Rediscover over 10 military sites with a few different day tour options for your reunion.

Veteran Owned Restaurants and Breweries

Home to the world’s largest naval base, Norfolk has become home for many who served in the military. You will find that veteran-owned businesses are scattered throughout Norfolk. Each has its own unique story on why they decided to permanently plant roots here by starting a business and we’re here...

The History of Naval Station Norfolk

Ten years before the Naval Operating Base (today known as Naval Station Norfolk) was built, the waterfront location was the site of the original 1907 Jamestown Exposition. The exposition was one of the many world's fairs that were popular in America during that time. Commemorating the 300th...

Military Attractions

Naval Station Norfolk

See the world's largest Naval Station on the 45-minute Naval Station Norfolk Tour....

Armed Forces Memorial

This memorial is a truly moving tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice....

The Hampton Roads Naval Museum

The Hampton Roads Naval Museum showcases more than 200 years of local maritime...

Victory Rover Naval Base Cruise

Your front row seat to the U.S. Navy’s Norfolk-based fleet. Departing from a berth...


Nauticus celebrates our connections with today's maritime world through engaging and...

Battleship Wisconsin

One of the largest and last battleships ever built by the U.S. Navy. Explore its...

MacArthur Memorial

Dedicated to the life and legacy of General of the Army Douglas MacArthur. The...

Fort Norfolk

The last remaining of 19 harbor-front forts authorized in 1794 by President George...

The Lone Sailor Statue

The Lone Sailor standing watch over the Battleship Wisconsin. The artist, Stanley...

Spirit of Norfolk

See incredible views of the Navy’s Atlantic Fleet aboard the Spirit of Norfolk....

Memorial Venues

While reuniting with friends, take a moment to remember and pay respect to those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

Armed Forces Memorial

Perhaps this proud city’s most moving military tribute, the Armed Forces Memorial is...