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If you are planning your vacation to Daytona Beach, be sure to check out of the fun Daytona Beach activities. From go cart riding, mini-golf, real Florida boat tours, airboat rides and visiting Florida State Parks guarantee lasting memories. Experience Daytona International Speedway Tours, a family activity at Marineland Dolphin Adventure and climb the tallest lighthouse in Florida at Ponce Inlet. Visit the Museum of Arts & Science’s Planetarium, Children’s Museum and the new home for Cici and Hyatt Brown’s collection of Florida paintings. Be sure to take the free tour at Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory, the list goes on and on…..
Museum of Arts and Sciences
Directions: From I-95: Exit 261 or 261A - International Speedway (Route 92) East to Nova Road South (Route 5A) (right turn). Museum entrance 800 feet on right. Or take Exit 260A - Route 400 East (Beville Road) to Nova Road North (Route 5A) (left turn). Museum entrance 1 mile on left. From I-4: Route 400 Exit (Beville Road) East to Nova Road North (Route 5A) (left turn) Museum entrance 1 mile on left.
Property Amenities: Meeting Facilities
Hours: Open Monday – Saturday; 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Sunday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Address: 352 S. Nova Rd., Daytona Beach FL 32114 home
The primary art, science and history museum in Central Florida is located on a 90-acre Florida nature preserve and hosts over 30,000 objects, including the Southeast’s finest collection of American art, Florida’s prehistoric Giant Ground Sloth, the most extensive collection of Florida art in the world, a large Coca-Cola and Americana collection, planetarium and children’s museum.