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Parking is kind of prime in the downtown area. When visiting the Virginia Space & Air Museum there is a parking lot across the street, but it is very small. So I ventured down to the Radisson on 700 SETTLERS LANDING ROAD, which was within easy walking distance and they had a public garage that was only open that specific day for free. So be prepared when visiting the old areas of downtown.
Updated Dec 29, 2004
The museum in the casements of Fort Monroe is free. But to get to it, you first have to go through the security gate. You will have to show a picture ID.
If you have a DoD decal, enter Ft. Monroe onto Ingalls Rd (It's the road on your left at the "Y" intersection. Keep the Military Police Guard House to your right). If you don't have a DoD decal, bear to your right at the gate and enter via McNair Dr. After providing all requested identification, you will be given a "Day Pass" allowing visitation throughout Ft Monroe for the day.
NOTE: Maximum speed limit on Ft Monroe is 25 mph.
As this sign indicates, you must also wear a seat belt if you are in a car, and you must wear a helmet if you are on a bike.
Updated Aug 23, 2007