Daytona Beach FL Attractions Your Family Might Want To Visit

Daytona Beach, Florida is a pretty famous place. Whether you’re a NASCAR fan or not, you have certainly heard of the Daytona 500. You are also likely ready to spend some time on the beach, even if you’re hitting up the spring break capital of the world during the off-season. Since the Daytona 500 is already on the brain, you can start your list of top Daytona attractions to visit with the Daytona International Speedway.

The Daytona International Speedway is located on West International Speedway Boulevard, and of course any NASCAR fan is going to enjoy that tour. You might even want to stop by even if you’re not a fan. You might have guessed that that next top Daytona attraction is none other than Daytona Beach. That’s where all the spring break fun goes down. It’s much more than just about spring break though, and you’re going to love the white sand beaches. Keep an eye out for those food trucks, too.

If you want to take the NASCAR experience a little further, you can also enjoy the Richard Petty NASCAR driving experience. You don’t think that is the last you will see of NASCAR in Daytona, do you? Of course, NASCAR isn’t the only sport you can enjoy in Daytona. Stop by the Jackie Robinson Ballpark and Statue. It is on East Orange Avenue if you are wanting to see this landmark and possibly take in a minor league baseball game.

You need to be sure you stop by Oceanwalk Daytona Beach on North Atlantic Avenue, and Beach Street is also a must visit. Daytona Lagoon is a cool water park to take the kids if it’s in season. The Boardwalk Amusement Area and Pier are another cool place. If you take just the attractions mentioned in this paragraph you have more than enough to do to keep you busy for days. Three of those attractions were areas that have tons of things for visitors to enjoy.

Sunglow Fishing Pier is another top landmark attraction, and the Lilian Place Historic House is a unique place. Along that same line, there is the Mary Bethune Home, Peabody Auditorium, Volusia Mall, Tuscawilla Park and so much more. Daytona Beach is starting to sound like one of the most fun places out there, don’t you think? It’s only a matter of time before you’re making your way to all the attractions so start picking them out now.