Touring Options

We are offering several options for tours:

-Virtual via FaceTime or Zoom
-Virtual via emailed videos. You can also check out the video/photos our website has to offer.
-Self-Guided
-Guided*

* Please note, if you prefer a guided tour over a virtual or self-guided tour, there are a few policies we have set in place for everyone’s protection:

-No more than 4 people in your group to tour
-Masks are required through the duration of your visit (ages 10+), we ask that you provide your own



Call 757-471-2004 Monday-Friday between 9 AM and 5 PM to schedule your tour! 

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Explore the Virginia Legends Walk in Virginia Beach

Virginia Beach is home to an array of can't miss attractions, including the Virginia Legends Walk. Nestled between Atlantic and Pacific avenues, it celebrates Virginians who have impacted our country and the world. The walk is an easy drive from our apartments in Virginia Beach, and it's the perfect place for an afternoon stroll. Here are some of the people you'll discover during your self-guided tour:

Patsy Cline 

Born in Winchester, Patsy Cline is best known for her hit songs "Crazy" and "Walking After Midnight." She taught herself to play the piano around the age of eight and later developed a passion for singing. Patsy became the first woman inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, and today her music continues to play around the world.

Arthur Ashe

Hailing from Richmond, Arthur Ashe was the first African American tennis player to win Wimbledon and the U.S. Open. He first picked up a racquet at seven. In his first tournament, he reached the Junior National Championships. Arthur became the number one tennis player in 1975. In addition, ten years later, he was the first African American inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame. 

Meriwether Lewis 

Meriwether Lewis was born near Charlottesville in 1774. His family later moved to Georgia, where he explored the countryside and became passionate about natural history. With Meriwether's frontier skills and military service, President Jefferson appointed him to explore the American territory newly acquired in the Louisiana Purchase. Meriwether partnered with William Clark, and today, his journals covering this historic trip are a national treasure.

After exploring the Virginia Legends Walk, enjoy some tasty Mexican fare at a nearby restaurant. To become a resident of The Apartments at Spence Crossing, please contact us. We will show you all that our apartments near Tidewater Community College have to offer.

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