Flexible, Creative Space in Daytona Beach
Founded by civil rights activist and educator Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune, this facility offers a rich history as well as the spectacular new Bethune Performing Arts Center.
Bruce Rossmeyer's Destination Daytona
Meetings, trade shows, concert events...You can do it all at the Bruce Rossmeyer's Destination Daytona with 35,000 square feet of amphitheatre space, a hotel, full service restaurants & bars, meeting rooms and so much more on over 100 acres surrounding the world's largest Harley-Davidson dealership.
Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art
The Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art exudes a rustic elegance that will make your meeting one to remember. The Brown Museum contains a breathtaking main event space suitable for a large reception or presentation. The Florida Hospital Courtyard contains both covered and uncovered areas to utilize. The Consolidated Tomoka Education Room is equipped with a LCD projector and screen and is ideal for programs that require table, chairs or a more educational environment. The Chris and Charlie Lydecker Conference Room features a 22-person board table and a LCD projector and screen, making it the perfect space for small meetings.
Daytona Beach Bandshell This architectural marvel, built of coquina rock in 1937, provides a stunning outdoor amphitheater, set between the Ocean Walk Village, the Boardwalk Amusement Area and the Atlantic shoreline.
Daytona International Speedway This mecca of motorsports is getting even bigger with the Speedway’s newest expansion project – Daytona Rising – and the addition of a new attraction, Motorsports Hall of Fame of America. Race fans will rejoice over the $400 million overhaul creating a world-class facility with premium amenities, over 120,000 square feet of meeting spaces and unparalleled conveniences and experiences. Opening in 2017, ONE DAYTONA is a premier mixed-use retail, dining and entertainment destination across from Daytona International Speedway and minutes from the “World’s Most Famous Beach”. Phase One of ONE DAYTONA will include national anchor tenants Bass Pro Shops®, Cobb Theatres, an exclusive Marriott Autograph Collection® hotel called The DAYTONA, Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott, Hy’s Toggery, Kilwins Confections, and the popular P.F. Chang’s restaurant. The development boasts approximately 300,000 square feet and will quickly become a place where visitors, race fans and residents live, work, stay and play.
Daytona State College
The area's top-rated community college provides auditoriums, classroom space and sports facilities for meeting groups of all sizes. The 62,500-square-foot Mori Hosseini College of Hospitality Management features Mediterranean-style architecture and a magnificent lobby/reception area complete with marble floors and columns, a massive fireplace, interior fountains and a concession set-up. The facility also houses Daytona State College's acclaimed Southeast Museum of Photography.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
The nation's top aeronautical learning institute, ERAU's Daytona Beach campus has venues for a variety of meeting needs.
Jackie Robinson Ballpark
This historic, 4000-seat facility, which sits on the scenic Halifax River, is the site of the 1946 debut of famous African-American ballplayer Jackie Robinson. The stadium, originally known as City Island Ball Park, was built in 1914.
Museum of Arts and Sciences
Set amidst the towering trees of the Tuscawilla Preserve and featuring a fascinating variety of permanent and temporary exhibits -- as well as a nature preserve, a planetarium and theater, and a brand-new Children's Center -- this facility provides a cultural backdrop to any group gathering.
Situated on the banks of the Halifax River in historic downtown Daytona Beach, the News-Journal Center is the perfect venue for medium-scale musical and theatrical performances, as well as conferences, graduations and other mid-sized events.
Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center
The Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center is a 23,000+ square foot theatre that seats 600 patrons in a stadium-styled setting. The venue hosts national, regional and local theatrical troupes, schools, dance programs, concerts and seminars.
The Ocean Center is located in the heart of the Daytona Beach resort area just 400 feet from the Atlantic Ocean, and is the area's convention, entertainment and sports complex.
The Peabody Auditorium is located at 600 Auditorium Boulevard, adjacent to the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, Florida. This historic building is home to local performances of the Daytona Beach Symphony Society, the Daytona Beach Civic Ballet, and hosts events for local schools and colleges as well as national artists and performers.
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