Norfolk Pagoda

A gift to Norfolk from the Taiwan Provincial Government, the Pagoda in the Freemason district in Norfolk is home to the largest Koi pond on the East Coast. The Pagoda sits on the waterfront on the foundation of an old molasses tank. It came to Norfolk in 1989 and is surrounded by beautiful oriental gardens. It's the perfect place to walk, particularly during this  time of social distance. 
We splashed in puddles, looked for birds, and saw lots of fish in the pond. If you sit for a second, you will see fish practically coming out of the water. Also walk over to see the Wisconsin, Norfolk's battleship. There are lots of statues and signs to read on the way. While driving around downtown, be sure to keep an eye out for all of the mermaids!