Sleep Inn Emporia
899 Wiggins Road
Emporia, VA 23847
Phone: (434) 348-3900
Fax: (434) 348-3911
899 Wiggins Road I-95 and US 58 Exit 11B, Emporia, VA, US, 23847
- Phone: (434) 348-3900
- Fax: (434) 348-3911
Enjoy a five-mile float on Fishing Creek. Beautiful pristine waterway through scenic countryside. Annually held on Saturday of Mother's Day weekend.
Made up of 60 members, this orchestra performs quality music performances, including major symphonic pieces and contemporary favorites.
Virginia State University's Daniel Gymnasium is known for its premium fitness and health facilities along with being a major event venue for many of the university's events. From rallies, comedy shows, gym jam sessions, costume parties to concerts and athletic events, this place hosts it all. The vast space and comfortable arrangements make this space a meeting place of sorts for much of the campus crowd in the university.
Rogers Stadium, first opened its gates to screaming fans in 1950. It is primarily a football stadium and home ground to the Virginia State University football team, the Virginia State Trojans. With a capacity to hold above 13,000 spectators, the stadium is one of the largest University grounds in the area. Contact the University office for more updates on the stadium.
A flour mill built in 1663, Swift Creek Mill has changed a number of hands in the past. Today, this old structure is dinner theater that offers candle light dinners in both, the spectacular Mill room and Granite room. Advance reservations can get you tickets to the air conditioned theater which is open from Wednesday to Saturday nights all year round.
Hooper Park Pavilion is a local venue that hosts variety of events throughout the year. Live music concerts, community functions and other entertaining shows are staged here. This venue welcomes everyone and each gig hosted here is well attended.
Situated in Pocahontas State Park, Pocahontas Heritage Amphitheater gives you the chance to enjoy various cultural events in lush green surroundings. Built in 1938, this amphitheater was torn down and reconstructed in 1997, and now has a capacity of about 4000 spectators. If you don't wish to utilize the bench seating, which can accommodate 350, the grassy slopes also provide good views of the stage. The amphitheater is the site for many concert series.