The Old Coast Guard Station preserves the history of Virginia's coastal communities and maritime heritage. It houses a collection of 1,800 artefacts and over 1,000 photographic images of the United States Life-Saving and Coast Guard Services and the resort community of Virginia Beach.
Entrance Ticket Details For Old Coast Guard Station Museum
- Adults: $4
- Seniors/ Military: $3
- Children (6-15 years old): $2
- Under 6: Free.
How to Reach Old Coast Guard Station Museum
- Pacific & 25 ½ bus stop
- Atlantic & 23rd Bus stop
- Norfolk International Airpprt
- Tautogs Restaurants
- Honeybee Restaurants
- Pier 23
- Dough Boys California Pizza
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45.9% of people who visit Virginia Beach include Old Coast Guard Station Museum in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
68.33% of people start their Old Coast Guard Station Museum visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Old Coast Guard Station Museum
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Old Coast Guard Station Museum
Old Coast Guard Station Museum Reviews & Ratings
Surprisingly nice museum, truly enjoyed visiting! Only $1 to visit. My kids did a scavenger hunt, dressed up in old clothing and had a lot of fun. I enjoyed the history and stories of life saving and the area! Very nice small museum. Recommended!
Very neat cute little museum. Lots of info depending how long you want to spend reading. Two stories, 2 dollars.
Great little museum with some interesting history about Virginia Beach. Do the scavenger hunt!
Great history lessons and fun ghost walk.
Fun stories about ghosts and learned lots about the history of Virginia beach and the Surf and Rescue ... and the nominal fee for the tour helps the Surf and Rescue Museum. It's a win, win!!!