Free Norfolk City Guide

Additional Travel Resources

Trace our unique history, find fun attractions or plan an exciting night on the town. Our free digital guides make it easy to see and do it all. If you need additional assistance or have questions about the guide please call, 757-664-6620.


rackbrochurecover.jpgDistinctly Norfolk rack brochure
Use this quick and easy resource to map and navigate your way through Norfolk’s most popular neighborhoods, attractions and hotspots.    

talesbyrail2.jpgTales by Rail
Take a self-guided tour along Norfolk Light Rail line, where there’s a great story to be found at every stop.



VISIT-21380-ArmedBrochWEB01.jpg Armed Forces Memorial
Perhaps this proud city’s most moving military tribute, the Armed Forces Memorial is a unique public art piece that shares “letters” home from service members who paid the ultimate sacrifice during wartime.  

cannonballtrail.pngCannonball Trail
There’s history on every corner in Norfolk, and this guide helps you trace all 400 years of it, including a Revolutionary War cannonball still lodged in the side of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.  


civilwar.jpgCivil War brochure
Norfolk played a fascinating role in the Civil War, and this detailed map and guide makes it a breeze to explore dozens of Civil War sites across the city.    

brochurethumb_ugrr.pngUnderground Railroad
The story of slaves using local waters to escape north to freedom comes alive in this incredible, emotionally compelling self-guided tour.

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