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National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum - See and feel the intrigue and stealth of America's most extraordinary fighting men! The only museum in the world dedicated exclusively to the elite warriors of Naval Special Warfare.

Ace Of Hearts Ranch - Offers horseback trail rides, beach rides, log cabin getaways, horse camps, day trips and lots more.

American Police Hall of Fame & Museum - The Museum, through interactive displays, simulators and nearly 11,000 artifacts, educates the public about the history and current trends of American law enforcement

Daytona International Speedway - A one-of-kind interactive motorsports attraction, which features a variety of hands-on activities featuring both advanced technology and historical elements. The Official Attraction of NASCAR is a high-energy experience designed to appeal to everyone, regardless of their level of racing knowledge or enthusiasm.

Jungle Adventures Nature Animal Park - A 20-acre park and wildlife sanctuary. Experience wild animal exhibits as they entertain with their playful antics. Hold a baby alligator and touch a Florida panther. See alligators being fed. Take a ride on the wild side! Cruise through an alligator-inhabited swamp.

United States Astronaut Hall of Fame - After you see the Astronaut Hall of Fame, it's your turn to take the controls with hands-on activities and simulators, where you can suit up, strap in and blast off into an interactive experience that gives you a true taste of space. From the G-Force Trainer that lets you feel the pressure of four times the force of gravity, to the space shuttle landing simulator and riding a rover across the rocky Martian terrain, you can test your skills - and your nerve.

Brevard Museum of History and Natural Science - Walk back in time. Experience Brevard County in its earliest form, including a remarkable reproduction of the Windover Dig which unearthed the remains of a 7000 year old Indian civilization that was found nearby.

Sunrise Theatre - The state of the arts facility offers unobstructed views of the stage from all 1,200 seats for the presentation of local and national touring musical acts, national touring Broadway shows, dance troupes, orchestras, etc.

Titusville Playhouse - Along with the fast growing population and industry of Titusville, its Little Theatre grew too, bringing live entertainment to its Space Age community with local volunteer talent.

African American Museum of the Arts - Founded in 1994 and located in historic DeLand, the seat of Volusia County Government, AAMA is a unique and vital resource in this part of Florida. It is the only museum in the area devoted primarily to African American cultures and art.

Sands Theater Center & Athens Theatre - This beautifully restored theatre, with state-of-the-art production facilities, is the perfect venue for films, concerts, and a diverse array of stage performances and educational events.

Brevard Zoo - Stroll through the shaded boardwalks of Latin America, Native Florida and Australia, featuring an outback habitat and free flight aviary. The zoo features over 400 animals , representing 120 species, including alligator, crocodile, giant anteater, tapir, marmoset, eagle, river otter, exotic birds and more.

Harbor Branch Ocean Discovery Center - Houses interactive exhibits, small aquaria, a video theater, and other displays exploring the marine environment and depicting the research efforts of the Institute.

Kennedy Space Center - Provides an exhilarating and educational experience of the space program. Whether touring the Rocket Garden, or boarding a full-scale replica of the Space Shuttle Explorer, visitors are guaranteed to gain a new perspective on the incredible feats accomplished by the space program.

Manatee Observation & Education Center - The environments in which plants and animals live, evolve from physical forces as well as from the impacts of plants and animals themselves. A variety of habitats occur in the Treasure Coast Region making the area extremely diverse.

Museum of Florida Art - The mission of the Museum of Florida Art is to promote and showcase Florida Art and emerging and established Florida Artists through exhibitions and educational and interpretive programming made available to a diverse statewide audience of all ages.

River Lilly Cruises - Owned and operated by Captain Dana and First Mate, Deena Wade. The Wade's have been introducing residents and visitors alike to the natural wonders of the St Lucie River for more than ten years. The longest running eco-tour boat in St Lucie County.

Vero Beach Museum of Art - Committed to showcasing a diversity of exhibitions through a broad based exhibition program that includes works in all media, from all cultures and all time periods.

Museum of Arts and Sciences - The primary art, history and science museum in Central Florida. Objects include a large American Art collection, Cuban art, Chinese art, historic paintings, and African artifacts. Also features an auditorium, planetarium, and children's museum.

McKee Botanical Garden - An outstanding collection of native and exotic tropical plants, ponds and waterways, a gift shop, cafe and educational building. Guided tours available.