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Daytona Beach Blog

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From Planets to Paintings to Prehistory (and More) — the Museum of Arts and Sciences

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…

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Explore History — and Maybe Meet a Ghost! — at Lilian Place

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…

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Craft Brews by the Beach: Sip and Sample at Daytona Beach Brewing Company

In the last five years, the Daytona Beach area has exploded into a hot spot for craft beer breweries. And since it opened its doors in the summer of 2014, Daytona Beach Brewing Company has been a mainstay on the scene. This family-owned and operated business evolved from a home-brewing side project, and it now serves the Daytona Beach community from 4–9 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, and from 2–11 p.m. on Fridays an Saturdays each week…

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