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“A touch of old Virginia Beach....”

Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum
Ranked #33 of 137 things to do in Virginia Beach
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Reviewed April 15, 2012

rught on the Boardwalk and it's free!!!!! In addition to the great collection of decoys, there is a mini-museum upstairs of Victorian Virginia Beach which is well worth the climb up the stair.

Thank mseibel
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Reviewed April 13, 2012

Historic house right on boardwalk. Free! Nice collection of decoys and hunting paraphernalia. Couple of wood carvers working out back, very friendly and informative. My 89 year old father really enjoyed this, grew bup on a river

Thank Beverly H
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Reviewed April 11, 2012

This is the last actual original oceanfront cottage on the boardwalk. It has many different and interesting surprising things inside. Duck carvings, pictures, books and a gift shop for that special memory item to take home!! Don't miss it!!

Thank Beachgirl063
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Reviewed March 15, 2012

The history of duck hunting is here. The oldest house on the boardwalk showcases the history of gun clubs and the sport of waterfowling. Do it on a day that's not so nice out on the beach.

Thank hatterasjack
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Reviewed February 10, 2012

A small and wonderful place to visit. Maybe not great for younger kids. The museum, for its size, is interesting and complete.

Thank bauthentic
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