This coastal speedway city has sophistication beyond the racetrack.

Sure, Daytona Beach, Florida, gets packed during NASCAR events and spring break. But this central Florida city along the Atlantic Ocean has a sophisticated side, too. Just amble through its historic downtown district, where art deco buildings abound and attractions include upscale boutiques, art galleries and the excellent seafood restaurants. Or browse the Cici & Hyatt Brown Museum of Art, where you’ll find the largest collection of Florida-themed art on the planet. All that and a lively pier and boardwalk make for a busy, beachy vacation.

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Explore Daytona Beach

  • Ormond Beach
  • Riverfront
  • Seabreeze Historic District

Ormond Beach


This area was once an elite enclave of homes owned by the rich and influential. Today tranquil Ormond Beach, just north of Daytona Beach proper, is the place to go for quieter beaches and upscale restaurants.

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If the waterfront setting were the only draw of the Riverfront district, it would still be worth the trip, but there’s also a farmers market, historic baseball stadium and great shopping.

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Seabreeze Historic District


One of Daytona’s most popular parts of town, this historic district offers a band shell, beaches and buzzy nightlife.

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Dining, Restaurants , Nightlife

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Spend Three Thrilling Days in Daytona Beach, Florida

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Satisfy Your Need for Speed

Hit the main sites of Daytona Beach. Start your engines at the Daytona International Speedway, then visit the Cici & Hyatt Brown Museum of Art before having drinks and dinner at a terrace bar overlooking the tracks.

People walking on beautiful golden beach

Hit the Beach

Start your day with a walk along Beach Street in the Riverfront district, browsing the farmers market and boutiques. Peek into the historic Jackie Robinson Ballpark, then amble across the bridge to the 120-year-old Seabreeze Historic District before claiming your spot on the sand. Come nightfall, prepare to be dazzled by the lights, rides and other attractions along the boardwalk and pier.

Lighthouse near a harbor.

Hit the Beach

Climb 203 steps to reach the top of the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse for views of the sea and city, then head to the planetarium at the Museum of Arts & Sciences. Enjoy an Italian dinner at the Cellar, which happens to be in the former Florida home of U.S. President Warren G. Harding.

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