170 Williamson Blvd.
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
Phone: (386) 673-6030
Fax: (386) 673-7017
Ormond Brewing Company lies in the heart of Volusia County's industrial belt. Located on Division Avenue, this brewery is home to a wonderful beer garden and a tasting room. The brewery remains popular for its elaborate selection of craft beers.
The Ormond Beach City Hall is the epicenter of all local activities that keep the city busy. The hall is the right place where visitors can get to know Ormond Beach better.
Ames Park is a picturesque spot nestled on South Beach Street. The park is home to a shaded picnic area and a serene lake. The lake is a much popular fishing destination.
Located by the river Halifax, the Rockefeller Gardens Park is a beautiful spot with a fishing pier, the Historic Casements building, a bike path and restrooms on the venue. The park is the venue for many local events like screening of movies on the Halifax river which usually takes place on the first Friday of each month, art exhibitions and much more. Many wedding ceremonies and receptions also take place here.
Ormond Beach MainStreet is a lively district of Ormond Beach. It is home to some of the most eclectic restaurants in Ormond Beach, and also offers interesting shopping and sightseeing options.
Come visit The Casements, the former winter home of John D. Rockefeller during his lifetime. This historic place is named after the numerous casement windows that adorn the building, and once hosted a number of Rockefeller's famous Christmas parties. It now serves as a cultural center that offers exhibits, events, and classes. Head outside and stroll through the citrus trees and across the bridges and streams that adorn the property's two-acre garden. Guided tours are available at various times during the center's regular hours of operation.
Daytona International Speedway hosts several racing competitions that are world famous. This speedway has the capacity to accommodate a huge crowd, enhancing the excitement and anticipation. A few of the major events that are held here include the Daytona 500, Coke Zero 400, Sprint Unlimited and Budweiser Duel. There are so many races here, it could be called a second home to several well-known drivers. Visiting here is a dream come true for racing fans.
Addison Blockhouse is a State Historic Park located right on the coast in Ormond Beach. In the early 19th Century, John Addison got this parcel of land for his cotton plantation. Today, the remains of the plantation still remain in the park.
Having been around since 1992, the Southeast Museum of Photography is the pride of of Daytona Beach's photography community, as it continually strives to give emerging artists a break and to get themselves exhibited. The permanent exhibits, which number around 3500, include masterpieces by the greats such as Paul Strand and Sally Mann. This museum holds panel discussions, screenings, lectures and events often, and admission and parking is free.
Tarragona Tower is located at Daytona Beach, Florida, United States. It was built in 1925 C.E as an entrance to a defunct subdivision and had two arches. It was designed by architect Charles Ballough and it was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on May 6, 2005.
With a congregation that dates back to 1881, Basilica of Saint Paul is one of the oldest churches in the city. The majestic church building dates back to 1927 and boasted of being the tallest in the city when it was completed. Constructed in the Mission Revival style, the building has magnificent architectural detailing and is one of the most beautiful historic buildings in the city. Guided tours of the facility allow you to explore the majestic interiors which include a fine fresco of St. Paul. Group tours are available by prior appointment. Check website for more.
The waters around Daytona Beach are renowned for the population of manatees that thrives there. Built as a sanctuary for these gentle creatures, the Manatee Island park is a venue sequestered a few meters from the mainland by a bridge. A popular recreation point for the locals as well as visitors, this park has picnic pavilions, a children’s play area, and restrooms. The park also plays host to popular events, like the Daytona Seafood Festival. Call for more information.