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At nearly 18 miles long, this bridge-tunnel complex is one of the engineering wonders of the world. Connecting Virginia's Eastern Shore with Virginia's mainland in Virginia Beach/Norfolk, this toll facility will save travelers 90 miles or more as...more
If you want to see this, get ready for a long ride. There is rest area where people come to fish, buy souvenir, fresh(?) sea food. Nice sea breeze and good area to stretch your legs or to come with your family for picnic (if...More
Took a day trip across the bridge. It was so awesome to drive over the bridge and the view is breath taking. My only disappointment was I thought if you came back the same day you got a discount. Well it is only if you...More
I always love crossing the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. Driving over the water with only the roadway in front of you is amazing. When you enter the tunnels, it is surreal to see the roadway disappear ahead of you. As I have aged, I now prefer...More
This is a great drive, very weird when you are in the middle of the sea and the bridge disappears in front of you, the tunnels are a bit scary because you have to maintain a speed between 45 and 55. I suppose 26 dollars...More
This year when we hauled our camper to the eastern shore we had to drive separate. Our camper is pretty tall and we were anxious to see how it looked from behind the camper. It was very fun and the bridge and tunnel really intrigued...More
Driving the length of this bridge at 21 miles end to end is one experience never to be missed. At one side you have the Chesapeake Bay, the other, the Atlantic Ocean. Getting to the Eastern Shore of Virginia is never like the other side...More
This is the coolest water crossing I've ever traveled. It consists of an expanse on bridge, then a portion of tunnel, then another expanse of bridge, then another tunnel, finishing with a section of bridge. It is unlike any other crossing in the area. It...More
Just love it! Take it every weekend between Virginia Beach and Cape Charles! Enjoy seeing all the fishing boats, sometimes dolphins, or monarch butterflies migrating south! Yesterday saw a ship outbound up close! Only $5 each way if you return on the same day. Check...More
Yes. If the crabbers are having a good day you can usually buy them right off the dock at the Town Harbor in Cape Charles. Any of the staff at the Harbor can put you in touch with a local crabber. Try around 12-2.
Based on the information provided, you can certainly cross this facility. Please note that the maximum vehicle height is 13'-6" and all propane must be turned off at the outside valve prior to crossing the facility. Be... More
Based on the information provided, you can certainly cross this facility. Please note that the maximum vehicle height is 13'-6" and all propane must be turned off at the outside valve prior to crossing the facility. Be cautious of weather as restrictions are implemented during high winds. You can receive any weather or travel-related notices via Twitter by following @FollowTheGulls!