With an abundance of events and the Chesapeake Bay nearby, Tidewater living offers the best of entertainment, culture and recreation. Historic areas and museums are common, and resort living on Chesapeake Bay is possible in Tidewater rentals. Norfolk is a short distance from Tidewater, so working in the city and living in Tidewater is a perfect combination.
Richmond County Museum, King William Historical Museum and Mary Ball Washington Museum all feature in the rich history of the area. Beaches nearby include Wildwood Beach, Ginny Beach or Neals Beach. Moreover, many diverse restaurants can be found in the region. Colonial Williamsburg is nearby for family fun and historical education. One can also visit Busch Gardens or Water Country USA for more excitement and adventure. The Children's Museum of Virginia offers a planetarium, toy train collection and more. An amazing art collection can be found at the Chrysler Museum in Norfolk.
As the home of pine trees and marine life, the region features waterfalls and the ecosystem of scenic Chesapeake Bay, with an abundance of fish and birds. Over 350 species of fish make their home in the bay, its rivers and streams; oysters, sea squirts, sea stars and barnacles can also be found at the bottom of the bay.
Luxury rooms with outstanding bayfront views are among the available apartments in Tidewater, VA. High-rise living is one of the features of some apartments in Tidewater or the surrounding area. Tidewater rentals are close to everything, including the bay, numerous parks, historic areas, culture and beaches. Explore the up-to-date listings for Tidewater apartments in Virginia on Apartment Guide and find the ideal apartment for your needs.