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Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Newport News Attractions Free in January

from : Inside Newport News's Theresa Clift

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Newport News residents and current city employees can get free admission to eight Newport News attractions in January with a free Ambassador Pass.

The pass allows free one-time admission for two adults and two children at two attractions each week in January.

The schedule is:

Jan. 2-8: Peninsula SPCA and Petting Zoo, Virginia Living Museum


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Jan. 9-15: The Mariners' Museum, Virginia War Museum

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Jan. 16-22: Endview Plantation, James A. Fields House

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Jan. 23-29: Peninsula Fine Arts Center, Lee Hall Mansion


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Passes are available at the city's Visitor Center, 13560 Jefferson Ave.; the Parks, Recreation and Tourism Office, 700 Town Center Drive, Suite 320; or the City Manager's Office, on the 10th floor of City Hall, 2400 Washington Ave.
Proof of residency or city employment is required.
The annual program is underwritten by those attractions that typically charge a fee and is designed to encourage residents and city employees to be a "visitor in their own home town," so they can encourage their visiting friends and family to go see the attractions, as well.

For more information, call the Newport News Visitor Center at 757-886-7777.

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1 comment:

  1. I love this blog and it's list of Newport News attractions. You can view some great events in the Hampton Roads area here: https://www.7citieslive.com/events-in-hampton-roads-va.php

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