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Chrysler Hall

Since its grand opening in 1972, Chrysler Hall has served as the premiere performing arts center of Hampton Roads hosting the Broadway in Norfolk series, the Virginia Symphony and the Norfolk Forum.

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Chrysler Museum Glass Studio

The Perry Glass Studio is a 7,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility designed to complement the world-class glass collection in the Museum. It offers free daily demos at noon and a full range of classes.

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Chrysler Museum of Art

Chrysler Museum of Art is the crown jewel of Hampton Roads’ lively visual arts scene. Stunning galleries present 5,000 years of art, drawn from a 30,000-artwork collection. Always changing and always free.

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D’Art Center

This unique visual arts facility features 29 associate and resident artists creating, displaying and selling original fine art. D’Art also offers adult and children’s art classes, workshops and summer camp.

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Harrison Opera House

Once a World War II USO theater, this historic venue was lavishly renovated in 1993 with 1,632 seats, a three-story grand lobby, cantilevered balcony and superior acoustics and is now home to Virginia Opera.

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Hurrah Players’ Hugh R. Copeland Center

The Hugh R. Copeland Center is a second home for Virginia’s leading family theatre company – The Hurrah Players. The Copeland Center also houses The Perry Family Theatre.

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Push Comedy Theater

The 90 seat venue regularly hosts live sketch, improv and stand-up comedy while also offering instructional comedy and acting classes.

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Scope Arena

Built in 1971, Scope Arena is host to a wide variety of events and is currently home to the Norfolk Admirals hockey team, the MEAC Basketball Tournament, conventions, concerts, family shows and more.

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Texaco Building

The Texaco Building offers community meeting space, artist residences and temporary housing for visiting artists and creative guests through the Rutter Family Art Foundation, in addition to regular programming and private events through in house restaurant Commune.

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