Daytona Beach Attractions



Daytona International Speedway Tours

With Daytona International Speedway Tours, you'll "follow the paths of legends" and cross the very ground where Cale and Donnie waged their infamous '79 fight. Stand in the spot where Dale celebrated the victory that defined a generation and explore the garage stalls where motorsports' most legendary crew chiefs tended to racing most iconic cars. With choices ranging from 30 minutes to three hours, a tour at Daytona International Speedway is an experience to remember for any race fan. Living Legends of Auto Racing Museum URL: The Living Legends of Auto Racing, Inc. was founded in 1993 in an effort to recognize, honor and promote the pioneers of beach & stock car racing. Today the organization has over 600 members from around the world. As a museum of racing history operating out of South Daytona, FL, the museum hosts a variety of activities throughout the year and is a great place to take in the culture and history of one of America's most popular sports.

Zoom Air Adventure Park

Go arboreal as you swing, climb, balance and zip from tree to tree at Zoom Air Adventure Park. You'll get a bird's-eye view of the land below as you travel over dancing logs and tight wires, across rope bridges, nets and suspended disks.

Daytona Lagoon Waterpark Entertainment Center

Daytona Lagoon offers hours of fun for the entire family in a safe, well-maintained atmosphere with attractions to suit the entire family with activities like The Lagoon Waterpark, Go-Karts, Miniature Golf, Laser Tag, a huge arcade and a rock wall, Daytona Lagoon all centrally located in the heart of Daytona Beach.

Blue Spring State Park

Blue Spring State Park covers more than 2,600 acres, including the largest spring on the St. John's River. Blue Spring is a designated manatee refuge and the winter home to a growing population of West Indian manatees. The park has plenty of picnic areas, a hiking trail, and offers over-night stays with air-conditioned cabins and a full facility campground.

The Stetson Mansion

The Stetson Mansion if Florida's first luxury home and the grandest home ever built in Florida during the 19th century. Built in 1886 by famed hat maker and philanthropist, John B. Stetson, his winter retreat was the only "Gilded Age" estate built in Florida. The Stetson's were known for hosting magnificent parties and gatherings for local townsfolk and some of the most elite and influential citizens of our country's most prosperous era.

Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse & Museum

Walk inside the white picket fence and step back in time. Maintained and operated by the Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse Preservation Association, this beautiful facility represents one of the best preserved and most authentic historic light stations in the nation today. Visitors agree that the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse & Museum offers a treasure-trove of sights, sounds and experiences for young and old alike.

Orlando & Central Florida Attractions

The Nautilus Inn and Daytona Beach puts you close to all of Orlando and central Florida's attractions! A short hour drive is all there is between the Nautilus Inn and the excitement of some of the most popular attractions in the world.

Disney World

Sea World

Universal Studios