The museum's Media Kit includes information about the museum, its history, its programs, and images for publication.
Press releases are in Microsoft Word (.doc) format.
The Hampton Roads Naval Museum will host a FREE program about the Navy's use of graphic novels. This program features Dr. Heidi Kraft, co-author of "The Docs," a graphic novel used to train Navy corpsmen deploying to combat operations
Fort Wool, now a quiet historical landmark, has been witness to some of the most influential figures and events in American history. Originally called Fort Calhoun, this 15-acre artificial island was built in 1817 as a companion to Fort Monroe. J. Michael Cobb, curator of the Hampton History Museum, will talk about Fort Wool's historic significance to the region on April 13.
The museum education department is conducting a fun fill activity involved LEGOs! Participants will be asked either to bring in their pre-assembled LEGO ships or materials will be hand to build your own!"
The Hampton Roads Naval Museum is very proud to announce that our Docent, Welland (Doc) Shoop has received the award, “Volunteer of the Year” during the Visit Norfolk, National Travel and Tourism Week Rally at Half Moone Cruise and Celebration Center on Tuesday, May 10.
The underwater archaeology exhibit, Confederate State Ship Florida, is now open at the Hampton Roads Naval Museum featuring rare artifacts.
The museum has recently installed a War of 1812-era, 18-pounder cannon for public display. The cannon originated from the American frigate Constellation, which defended Hampton Roads against a British attack at the 1813 Battle of Craney Island. More can be learned in the press release.
The Navy turns over operational control of the battleship Wisconsin to the city of Norfolk, who will preserve it as a memorial.