Things to Do in Daytona Beach
Let Bahama House be your gateway to the diverse range of attractions, recreational activities and things to do in Daytona Beach. Located right on the beach, our hotel is just moments from great golf courses, shopping, restaurants, nightlife and more. Join in a beloved Daytona Beach tradition and enjoy a live musical performance at the Daytona Beach Bandshell, which has been hosting concerts since 1937. Stroll the historic Daytona Beach Boardwalk, where you’ll find games, rides, and shops, along with the Joyland Amusement Center, Mardi Gras Fun Center and spectacular fireworks show every Saturday night during the summer. Court Lady Luck at the Daytona Beach Racing & Card Club, which offers a card room, live greyhound racing and over 300 HD LED TVs displaying simulcast thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing, plus Jai-Alai matches, from premier sites across the country. Of course, no visit to Daytona Beach is complete without seeing Daytona International Speedway. Known as the “World Center of Racing” this state-of-the-art motorsports facility opened in 1959 and is home to NASCAR’s iconic Daytona 500 race, along with ARCA, AMA Superbike, USCC, SCCA, and Motocross races.
When it comes to fun things to do in Daytona Beach, there’s truly something for everyone and the staff at Bahama House can’t wait to help you experience it all!
Twisty, turvy turns, over one million gallons of rushing water, exciting speed slides and attentive guards. The basic ingredients for a fun and safe experience await you at Daytona Lagoon!
Daytona International Speedway tours include a visit to the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America and an opportunity to experience spectacular displays honoring all forms of motorsports: Stock Cars, Sports Cars, Open-Wheel, Motorcycles, Drag Racing, Land Speed Records, Powerboating and Aviation.
The Smithsonian-affiliated Museum of Arts & Sciences (MOAS), offers a state-of-the-art planetarium, vast permanent collections, restored railroad cars, decorative arts, Cuban art, African art, and the only hands on science center between Jacksonville and Orlando - the Charles and Linda Williams Children's Museum.