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Off-site Activity Venues

Motorsports Hall of Fame of AmericaAttendees are thrilled by the wide variety of cultural and adventurous attractions in Daytona Beach, including: Cici & Hyatt Brown Museum of Art, Museum of Arts & Sciences, News-Journal CenterMarine Science Center, Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse, Daytona Beach BandshellTomoka State Park, Mary McLeod Bethune Foundation Home, Daytona International Speedway Tours and Motorsports Hall of Fame of America, Daytona Lagoon Premier Waterpark and Family Entertainment Center, Zoom Air Adventure Park and more.

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Enhance attendee productivity (and enjoyment!) by rounding out your next meeting with some of the many fun things to see and do in the Daytona Beach area. Daytona Beach is the Festival Capital of Florida, known globally for hosting annual events that draw millions including Bike Week, Biketoberfest®, Rolex 24 at Daytona, the Daytona 500, and the Coke Zero 400.

Daytona Beach’s famed heritage also claims the U.S. headquarters of LPGA and NASCAR. Home to Daytona International Speedway, the ‘World Center of Racing’ just saw the completion of Daytona Rising, an impressive $400-million investment to improve the experience, making it a perfect offsite outing.

Attendees looking for a thrill can choose from a surprising list of attractions including a high-speed ocean view ride on the Sand Blaster roller coaster at the Daytona Beach Boardwalk and Pier, a race around the Speedway with the Richard Petty Driving Experience, a zip lining adventure at ZoomAir Adventure Park or an up-close encounter with marine life while paddle boarding in the Halifax River.

Perhaps a round of golf is more your pace. Hit the links at one of the area’s many famous fairways designed by the legends of the sport. Golf Digest recently ranked Daytona Beach in the top 15 places to play golf in the nation.

Planners prefer Daytona Beach’s unique venues for their style, substance and significant savings.