Unforgettable Downtown Attractions

Head to historic Downtown Daytona Beach’s scenic Beach Street riverfront area for outstanding entertainment and attractions. Take a sweet tour of Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory, enjoy independent films at the Cinematique Theater, catch a Daytona Tortugas game, explore the past at Halifax History Museum, relax at the Halifax Harbor Marina, and enjoy live musical and theatrical performances at the News-Journal Center at Daytona State College. It’s all downtown and sure to dazzle!


Attractions, Culture & Entertainment

Downtown Daytona Live

Downtown Daytona Live

A Boutique Bar offering Live Entertainment

Recreation & Public Facilities

Daytona Beach Regional Library

Daytona Beach Regional Library

Daytona Beach Regional Library at City Island — The newly remodeled library: courtesy of Hurricane Irma, September 2017 reopened May 5th. Part of the renovations included a new play yard directly off the Children’s Area.

Volusia County Public Library

Rachel Robinson Playground

The Daytona Beach Regional Library is proud to announce the opening of the Rachel Robinson Playground located behind the children’s section. The play yard, a partnership between Volusia County and the City of Daytona Beach, features playground equipment and two pavilions. The play yard was named for Rachel Robinson, a nurse, professor and civil rights activist who was married to baseball legend Jackie Robinson.

The Sweetheart Trail

The Sweetheart Trail offers a paved route nestled between Beach Street and the Halifax River in Daytona Beach. It’s named after a yacht owned by Charles Grover Burgoyne, a successful businessman who lived in Daytona Beach in the late 1800s. The pathway begins at Main Street Bridge and heads south to Orange Avenue. Along the route, shade is provided by unique sail-like canopy structures. Near the north end of the trail, travelers can cross a pedestrian bridge to access the beautiful Manatee Island Park, where there are restrooms and picnic pavilions, as well as a fishing pier, playground, and amphitheater. City Island Park is also accessible from the trail by crossing a wooden footbridge a little farther south; baseball fields, tennis and volleyball courts, picnic areas with grills, and the Daytona Beach Regional Library can be found on the island. The 1.5-mile trail will one day stretch 6 miles from the southern to the northern limits of the city. It’s also part of a larger developing project, the East Coast Greenway, a multi-use trail network which will span the Eastern Seaboard from Florida to Maine.


Dine and Cruise

Dine and Cruise

It’s just $19.95 for a 2 Hour Dinner and River Cruise on our Paddle Wheel Boat The Lady Dolphin of Daytona!! Drinks not included but discounted! Take in the spectacular scenery and wildlife on the intracoastal waterway with sightseeing tips and free raffled prizes. Your cruise starts at the beautiful Halifax Harbor Marina! FREE Parking!