JANUARY
31

The Hampton Roads Naval Museum has hosted a Lego Shipbuilding event on the first Saturday of February for the past nine years. Unfortunately, this year the event will be cancelled due to COVID—but we’re going virtual! Submissions using your own LEGO bricks are due by January 31, 2021; details can be found below.

Today in
History
OCTOBER
26
1944 - The Battle of Leyte Gulf ends with Navy carriers and U.S. Army Air Forces aircraft continuing the attack on the retreating Japanese.
Brick by Brick
Lego® Ship Build
If you ever wanted to build your own ship using LEGOs®, here is your chance! Museum staff have produced eight sets of plans, complete with a parts list and step-by-step instructions.
Brick by Brick
Lego® Ship Build
If you ever wanted to build your own ship using LEGOs®, here is your chance! Museum staff have produced eight sets of plans, complete with a parts list and step-by-step instructions.
Teacher's
Resources
The Hampton Roads Naval Museum provides student programs designed to enhance and supplement classroom instruction.
Teacher's
Resources
The Hampton Roads Naval Museum provides student programs designed to enhance and supplement classroom instruction.
Military
Outreach
Exploring History with the Hampton Roads Naval Museum
Military
Outreach
Exploring History with the Hampton Roads Naval Museum
Donating
Artifacts
Donating Artifacts to the Hampton Roads Naval Museum
Donating
Artifacts
Donating Artifacts to the Hampton Roads Naval Museum
Research
Library
Library Collection
Research
Library
Library Collection
Daybook
Archive
Browse our historical publication, which educates and informs readers on historical topics and museum-related events. The Daybook is written by staff and volunteers.
Daybook
Archive
Browse our historical publication, which educates and informs readers on historical topics and museum-related events. The Daybook is written by staff and volunteers.