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Daytona Beach World's Most Famous Itinerary

The Daytona Beach area is renowned for things that are “World Famous.” Daytona International Speedway, home to the DAYTONA 500 NASCAR Cup Series race, is known as the “World Center of Racing.” The 23 miles of pristine white sand beaches in the Daytona Beach area are referred to as the “World’s Most Famous Beach.” Become world famous and explore all the world-famous attractions and activities in the Daytona Beach area with this specially designed itinerary.

The Daytona Beach area offers countless activities and adventures to see and do in the destination that will deliver long-lasting memories. With unique group tour ideas and themed itineraries translated in multiple languages, group tour operators will discover plenty of experiences waiting to be explored in Daytona Beach.

Receptive Operator/Step-on Guide Services can be provided by Heather Alston, who can be reached at or by calling (386) 290-3116. Tours can either be arranged in their entirety by Heather or addresses and numbers are listed below to call directly.


Visit the “World Center of Racing,” along with a visit to the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America and gift shop. Go behind the scenes and discover what makes Daytona International Speedway the “World Center of Racing.” Take a ride through the speedway infield, see the 31-degree high banks up close, visit Victory Lane and view this year’s winning DAYTONA 500 car.  Also included is a ticket to the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America, which honors all forms of racing and save time for shopping in the gift shop.

Recommended time: 2 hours

Recommended dining: Located across the street from Daytona International Speedway is ONE DAYTONA, a retail, dining and entertainment destination with restaurants such as 4 Rivers Smokehouse, BurgerTen, Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery, Stoked Poke and Tiano’s.





The 13-foot-tall statue celebrates Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune, the founder of a small school in the early 1900s that evolved into Bethune-Cookman University, a civil rights and women's rights pioneer, and the champion of Black Daytona Beach residents who fought for their most basic needs and rights. The bronze sculpture is 829 pounds, and the granite pedestal base is 14,050 pounds.

Recommended time: 30 minutes



Relive history at this minor league baseball park where ground-breaking African-American baseball player Jackie Robinson played in the first integrated Major League Baseball spring training game in 1946. The ballpark, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, features a statue of Robinson, historical markers and a museum and serves as the home to the Daytona Tortugas, a Cincinnati Reds-affiliated minor league team.

Recommended time: 30 minutes



Cruise the waters of the Halifax River with World Famous Boat Tours. See the wildlife in their natural habitat while also learning interesting information and facts about the area.

Recommended time: 75 minutes

Recommended dining: A wide selection of restaurants are located along Beach Street including Little Italy Ristorante, Dancing Avocado Kitchen, Tia Cori’s Tacos or Macker Seafood or order box lunches with Double Dippin’.

Native Americans once dwelled in the Tomoka State Park area, living off fish-filled lagoons. Today, the waters surrounding the park are popular for canoeing, boating, and fishing. Tomoka State Park protects a variety of wildlife habitats and endangered species, such as the West Indian manatee, and is a bird watcher's paradise with over 160 species sighted. Visitors can stroll a one-half-mile nature trail through a hardwood hammock that was once an indigo field for an 18th-century British landowner. The memory of the Timucua is commemorated by a large statue in the park called the “Legend of Tomokie.”

Recommended time: 60 minutes

Stop Six:
The Casements

The Casements


The Casements, named for the large hand-cut casement windows that adorn the mansion, is the winter home of the late John D. Rockefeller, an American business magnate and philanthropist. Also known as "The Jewel of Ormond Beach," The Casements has been officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has been designated as a Florida Heritage Site. Learn how Rockefeller’s influence and residency in Ormond Beach attracted visitors of wealth to visit and reside from New York City and Boston’s socialite communities.

Recommended time: 45 minutes




Pull up a barstool and grab a beer. Local brews on tap include My Lite Buddy, Where's The Pineapple, 'Tober Bier, and Hopcycler. The brewery also offers Chu' Bacon Me Crazy Beer, with a sweet smoked maple bacon taste, down to the fascinating Frooty Booty, fermented with the flavor-blasting cereal we all remember, Fruity Pebbles. Tours are available with advanced reservations. Tasting flights are offered anytime.

Recommended time: 60 minutes

Bonus Selfie Stop:
World's Most Famous Beach Sign

Worlds Most Famous Beach Sign at Daytona Beach




Located at the corner of International Speedway Boulevard and Atlantic Avenue. Make a stop and capture a selfie at the iconic “Daytona Beach World’s Most Famous Beach” sign.




Soak up the atmosphere and enjoy the sights with a walking tour of the Daytona Beach Boardwalk and Pier. From sky-high thrill rides at Screamer’s Park and strolling the pier to the Mardi Gras Fun Center, Lisa’s Gift Shop and Zeno’s Boardwalk Sweetshop, there are plenty of things to discover.

Recommended time: 3 hours.

Recommended dining: Joe’s Crab Shack is located at the Pier and there are several dining options available at the Ocean Walk Shoppes.



Experience the magic of fire on the World’s Most Famous Beach. Imagine yourself relaxing in a comfy Adirondack chair next to a crackling campfire with all your favorite people while gazing at the starlit sky. You simply arrive and enjoy! Add gourmet franks, s'mores, glow-in-the-dark bocce and more! Group rates for parties of 25 to 400.