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Country music fans, listen up! You can kick your summer off in style this year at the Country 500 Great American Music Fest. The mega music festival is returning to Daytona Beach for a third consecutive year, and it’s bringing some of the biggest names in country music with it. Pack your sunscreen, boots and cowboy hat, and gear up for a three-day,

Memorial Day marks the unofficial start to summer. And in Daytona Beach, that means mornings paddling the waterways, afternoons filled with endless waterfront adventures, and evenings of live music at the Daytona Beach Bandshell. But between the oceanfront dining and family fun, take a moment to remember the men and women whose sacrifices allow us to enjoy carefree, sun-soaked beach days. 

Shout out to all the moms out there, full of endless energy, the best car snacks and just the right words of wisdom — this one’s for you!

Mom works hard to keep the family healthy and happy, so treat her to a relaxing beach escape this year. Daytona Beach is a perfect place for a weekend getaway for Mother’s Day! Whether you are a Mom or a mother’s

Temperatures are on the rise, sleeves are getting shorter and spirits are soaring — spring is in full swing! That means it’s almost time for sea turtle nesting season in the Daytona Beach area. Every year from mid-May through October, about 100,000 threatened and endangered sea turtles emerge from the ocean for one night to lay their eggs. If you’re one of the thousands of people who want to see this amazing natural event, be sure you know how to do it right. 

When planning your next vacation in Daytona Beach, you already know the wide-open sand, surf and sun are big draws here. You’ll no doubt add in some shopping time. And you can’t very well shop without sampling Daytona Beach’s vast and delectable assortment of foods and beverages. 

Daytona Beach’s Museum of Arts & Sciences (MOAS) offers something — lots of somethings, actually — for everyone in the family. The area’s largest museum hosts over 30,000 objects, from fine art and fossilized skeletons to Coca-Cola memorabilia and an interactive children’s museum. MOAS, located in the lush, 90-acre Tuscawilla Preserve, is a Smithsonian Institution Affiliate and is nationally accredited by the American Alliance of Museums. 

Don’t miss Daytona Beach’s oldest beachside home, where history comes alive. The beautifully restored Lilian Place was built in 1884 by Laurence Thompson, one of the city’s first settlers. The house is named for his daughter Lilian (1873–1934), who lived there until her death. This historic home is a great example of Italianate High Victorian architecture — one of only two in Volusia County, Florida — and features high ceilings, crown moldings and heart-of-pine floors.