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For visitors to the Daytona Beach area, a unique window into history can be found just a short day trip away. Located about 30 miles inland from the Daytona Beach coastline, the Barberville Pioneer Settlement allows visitors to experience what life was like in rural Florida a century ago with historical structures, artifacts and tours. 

Skydive DeLand: Take Your Vacation to the Next Level

Posted on Wednesday, February 21, 2018 2:00 PM by Daytona Beach Area CVB

One of the best aspects of a vacation in Daytona Beach is the ability to spend each day at your own speed. For your family, that could mean starting the morning with a sunrise stroll along the shore, or by diving headfirst into a new adventure. Literally. 

True, the sunrises are spectacular. And yes, the beaches are wider and more magnificent than anything you’d ever hope. But the true beauty of Daytona Beach is in its immense possibilities. There’s something here that makes people of all ages happy and constantly wanting to return for more. Whether you like to lounge by the water, kick up dust at

Daytona Beach is known all over the world as a place full of family-friendly attractions, expansive beaches and endless fun. But how did this favorite vacation destination get its start? Read on to discover just how deep Daytona Beach’s roots run with an abridged historical timeline. 

Discover the Romantic Side of Daytona Beach

Posted on Monday, April 3, 2017 2:00 PM by Tonya West

Romantics are drawn to the soul-stirring side of Daytona Beach that they have come to love and share with their families year after year.  Along with the beachy reprieve you would expect from a destination visited by almost 10 million annually, there’s a quaint, authentic and surprisingly quiet side that couples love, too. 

Enjoy Live-Action Learning in Daytona Beach

Posted on Wednesday, June 8, 2016 2:00 PM by Guest Blogger

Beat brain drain this summer with kid-friendly fun and eco-adventure in Daytona Beach. Offering a variety of eye-opening, educational opportunities, the area provides students of all ages unique ways to explore historic sites, engage in science museumsconnect with nature and disconnect from everything else.