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Travel and Explore Daytona Beach, FL!
Daytona Beach, FL
Daytona Beach is the East Coast place to soak up sun, surf the waves, and
shift into low gear. The famous beach spans nearly 23 miles and up to 500 feet
inwidth. The beach at Daytona first gained auto racing recognition in the
early years of this century. Driving is permitted in certain areas on the
beach's coastline. Daytona Beach events include: Bike Week, Spring Break,
Biketoberfest, Magnolia Festival, and Tails & Tots Festival.
| A Tiny Cruise Line
|| 425 S. Beach St.
|| (904) 226-2343
|| This ship is a replica of an 1890s excursion boat which travels along the Halifax River.
| Daytona Beach-Halifax Area Chamber of Commerce
|| 126 E. Orange Ave.
|| (904)255-0981 or (800)854-1234
| Daytona International Speedway
|| Junction of I-95 and US 92
|| (904)254-2700 or (904)253-7223
|| The speedway offers a guided tram tour of the racetrack, pit, infield, garage areas, and more.
| Halifax Historical Society and Museum
|| 252 South Beach St.
|| (904) 255-6976
|| The building is housed in a restored 1911 Merchants Bank. It includes historical photographs, postcards, memorabilia about the early days of automobile racing, American Indian artifacts, and a Florida history research library.
| Klassix Auto Museum
|| 2909 W. International Speedway Blvd.
|| (904) 252-3800
|| The museum has a complete collection of Corvettes from 1953 to the present, exhibits on Daytona racing history, motorcycles and racing memorabilia.
| Marineland of Florida
|| SR A1A, 35 miles north of Daytona Beach
|| (904)471-1111 or (800)824-4218
|| A marine park featuring performing dolphins, the hand-feeding of saltwater fish, and the Aquarius Cinema presenting "Sea Dream".
| Museum of Arts and Sciences
|| 1040 Museum Blvd., Tuscawilla Nature Preserve
|| (904) 255-0285
|| This 60-acre complex has a wing devoted to Florida's prehistory and there is also a skeleton of a 13-foot-tall, 130,000-year-old giant ground sloth is one of the museum's finest highlights.
| Sixth Floor, The
|| 411 Elm St.
|| (214)653-6666 or 653-6659
|| A permanent historical museum dedicated to the life, death, and legacy of President John F. Kennedy. Former Texas School Book Depository and also the site from which the shots that killed President John F. Kennedy. Exhibits include photographs, films, displays and artifacts.
| Southeast Museum of Photography
|| 1200 International Speedway Blvd., Bldg. 37, Daytona Beach Community College campus
|| (904) 254-4475
|| A changing gallery of photographic art exhibits.