Top 5 Kid-Friendly Attractions in Daytona Beach, Florida

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Florida - Daytona - Attractions - Tours - Kids - Family

Daytona Beach, Florida is a hugely popular destination for Spring Breakers, but you may be looking for something more kid-friendly. Spring Break on Daytona Beach, as many already know, can be less than somewhat of a PG-rated attraction. 

It’s good to know about Daytona Beach’s kid-friendly attractions before traveling here, especially if you’re traveling with the whole family. We’ve done the work for you. So, let’s look at the Top 5 Kid-Friendly Attractions in Daytona Beach, Florida. 

#1 Daytona Lagoon 

Located on Earl St in Daytona Beach, Daytona Lagoon has been a popular kid-friendly attraction since it opened in 2005. Not just a waterpark, Daytona Lagoon also has several land-lubber attractions.  

The water park features a lazy river, a wave pool, tipping buckets, and slides. But, for land-based fun, the park also has an arcade, high ropes, go-carts, rock climbing, and laser tag. Admission prices start at $38.99, and the park is open from 11 AM to 10 PM Sunday – Friday and 11 AM – 11 PM on Saturday.  

#2 Daytona International Speedway 

Located on W International Speedway Blvd in Daytona Beach, Florida, Daytona International Speedway has been hosting prestigious racing competitions, like the Daytona 500, since 1959. On non-race days, the speedway offers behind-the-scenes tours of the track. 

Besides revealing the history behind the speedway, the tour also offers some hands-on experiences. Hours are from 9 AM – 5 PM daily. Tour prices start at $20 for youngsters and $25 for adults. Race prices and VIP tours differ. 

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#3 Daytona Beach Zipline Adventure 

Located on Orange Ave in Daytona Beach, Daytona Beach Zipline Adventure is an adventure-themed facility with eight zip lines as well as a variety of treetop courses and games. Courses blend zip lines and high ropes through the tree canopies and over lagoons and grass. 

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A word of caution: These courses are best suited for children of 10 yrs. of age and above. The park is open from 10 AM–3:30 PM Thursday – Monday and closed on Tuesday and Wednesday. Princes start at $33.80 a course. 

#4 Museum of Arts and Sciences – Daytona Beach, Florida 

Located on Nova Rd, the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Daytona Florida is a Smithsonian Institution affiliate that’s home to more than 30,000 items. The younger members of the family may be interested in the museum’s Coca-Cola memorabilia collection, planetarium, and vintage trains at this museum. 

Best suited for children six and up, the museum is open from 10 AM – 5 PM daily. Prices look like this: $10.95 for adults; $8.95 for seniors and students; $4.95 for children 6-17; children 5 and under are free. 

#5 Jackie Robinson Ballpark 

Located on Orange Ave, the Jackie Robinson Ballpark is a historic baseball field in Daytona Beach, Florida. Established in 1914, the ballpark is home to the Daytona Tortugas baseball outfit.  

You can the family can catch live Daytona Tortugas games here from April to August. Ballpark hours are from 9 AM – 5 PM Monday – Saturday and 11 AM – 5 PM on Sunday. Prices start at $42.75 a ticket. 

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