Things To Do
Stay at Hilton Garden Inn Hampton Coliseum Central and discover all the great things to do around town. Our Hampton, VA hotel boasts a fantastic location less than one mile from the Hampton Coliseum and the Hampton Roads Convention Center, making us the perfect place to stay if you’re attending an event at either of the venues. Shop, dine and stay entertained at the Peninsula Town Center, an outdoor mall located adjacent to our hotel.
Traveling sports teams will appreciate our proximity to the Boo Williams Sportsplex, situated less than two miles from our hotel. With an ideal location between Williamsburg and Virginia Beach, Hampton, VA is also the perfect stopover. Visit the charming historic downtown to learn all about the town at the Hampton History Museum. The hotel also offers easy access to area businesses including BAE Systems, Boeing, Alion Sciences & Technology, and Lockheed Martin.
If you need some advice on other things to do in town, be sure to ask our friendly staff for their local recommendations.
In and Around Town
Virginia Air & Space Center
The birthplace of America’s space program with interactive exhibits, an IMAX theater, and much more.
Multi-use cultural, entertainment and sports arena in Hampton, Virginia.
This civil war battle site will instill a sense of wonder.
Hampton Roads Convention Center
History meets high technology with impressive results in the Hampton Roads Convention Center.
Rich in history, steeped in tradition, Hampton University is a dynamic, progressive institution of higher education.
Joint Base Langley-Eustis
An amalgamation of the US Air Force's Langley Air Force Base and the US Army's Fort Eustis which were merged on 1 October 2010.
The Historic Post Office
As of January 2017, The Historic Post Office was converted into the newest and most unique event venue in Hampton Roads.
The St. George Brewing Co.
Located in Hampton, The St. George Brewing Co. is one of the oldest microbreweries in the USA.
Hampton History Museum
Interactive venue displaying the city's history via art & artifacts. Explore Hampton, VA's role in history from the Civil War to Space Travel.
The American Theatre
Since 1908 The American Theatre has hosted music, comedy, drama & cultural events.
The Woodlands Golf Course
Only minutes from downtown Hampton, The Woodlands is host to the Hampton Amateur and the Peninsula Women’s Championship Tournaments and is listed in Golf Magazine as one of “the First 100 Clubs in America”.