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Ron Jon Surf Shop

Located on A1A

Cocoa Beach

321-799-8888

Call for days and hours of operation

Admission Free

Coined "One Of A Kind," Ron Jons is the world's largest surf shop, and has everything you need for fun in the sun. Not actually a theme park, just a "must see" attraction in Cocoa Beach. 

 

 

Traxx at Jungle Village

A1A, at 8801 Astronaut Blvd.

Cocoa Beach

321-783-0595

Admission Charged

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This family fun center boasts go-kart raceways for children and adults, miniature golf, batting cages, huge arcade and more.

 

 

Astronaut Memorial Planetarium & Observatory

BCC Cocoa Campus, 1519 Clearlake Rd.

Cocoa Beach

321-634-3732

Call for days and hours of operation

Admission Charged

Florida's largest planetarium features star shows, a 3-story IWERKS movie theater and laser shows. The building also houses a fully accessible observatory, a hands-on demonstration hall and a museum honoring space explorers from around the world.

 

 

Alan Shepard Park

Located at the east end of State Road 520

Cocoa Beach

Open daily

Parking Fee Only

Shepard Park is a two-acre, oceanfront park providing picnic, shower, and restroom facilities for guests. The park was named after astronaut Alan Shepard and provides an excellent view of space launches.

 

 

Melbourne

 

Brevard Zoo

Located just east of I-95 (exit 73) on Wickham Rd.

Melbourne

321-254-WILD

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Admission Charged

Stroll through Latin America, Native Florida and Australia featuring over 400 animals including alligators, giant anteater, marmoset, jaguar, eagle, river otter, kangaroo, kookaburra and more. Also features a train ride and beautiful exotic birds in a free-flight aviary. Explore the "Paws-On" interactive learning area, an adventurous playground, and get up close and personal with a wide variety of friendly, domesticated animals.

 

Liberty Bell Memorial Museum

1601 Oak St.

Melbourne

321-727-1776

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Admission Charged

This patriotic museum houses a replica of the Liberty Bell, patriotic memorabilia and historical documents that serve as reminders of our nation's history. Also features a memorial to military veterans.

 

 

Florida Marlins Spring Training Headquarters

5850 Stadium Pkwy.

Melbourne

321-633-9200

Call for schedule and hours

Admission Charged

In February and March, baseball's Florida Marlins of the National League train at Space Coast Stadium. During the spring and summer, the Marlins' Florida State League franchise, the Brevard County Manatees, play at the stadium.

 

 

Titusville

 

 

Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex

Located on SR 405

Titusville

321-452-2121

Admission Charged

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The KSC Visitors Complex is your gateway to space...check out where NASA prepares and launches the space shuttle. Among other exciting things to do and see, you can climb aboard a full-size shuttle replica, tour the launch area and the Apollo/Saturn V Center, see IMAX movies, walk among authentic vintage spacecraft, visit a hands-on inter-galactic gallery, and view an art gallery. This is a must see for any visitor to the area.

 

 

U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame

Located on SR405

Titusville

321-269-6100

Call for days and hours of operation 

Admission Charged

Dedicated to the story of America's first space heroes - the pioneers of Project Mercury, Gemini and Apollo - here you can also explore space on your own. The Astronaut Adventure lets you experience the total astronaut training from landing on the moon, launching a rocket and experiencing "zero" gravity. Located next to the Kennedy Space Center, it’s a "must see" attraction.