The Palace Theater is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It was designed by a German architect, Alfred M. Lublin and was built in 1941 as a movie house. In its day, the Palace Theatre was considered one of the finest theatres on the east coast and held 380 orchestra level seats as well as fifty balcony seats. At this time, Cape Charles was a prosperous railroad town. The terrazzo floors, walnut paneling, and foyer mirrors give way to the entrance of this vintage treasure, a most exclusive and elegant appeal. The Palace Theatre is the only existing Historic Theatre on the Eastern Shore of Virginia.
Eastern Shore Pottery is located 1/4 mile from the hotel on US 13 and offers a wide variety of crafts.
Carole Boggemann Peirson Art Studio & Gallery Carole originally has a background in Graphic Design and marketing. With a detailed handwriting and using the traditional "glazing" technique, her original oil paintings of flowers, landscapes and still life appear realistic and vibrant.
Cape Charles Museum and Welcome Center is located on Rt. 184 in Cape Charles. Open mid April - November, weekdays 10-2, Saturdays 10-5 and Sundays 1-5. They offer maps, brochures, postcards and historical exhibits including town and railroad history, Arlington mansion and the crater.
Hog Island Creations High detail welded steel sculpture handcrafted freestyle, using a series of techniques ensuring a unique one-of-a-kind, high quality art piece. Each piece is created through cutting, grinding, and welding techniques. Color variations are attained by applying heat.