The Space Coast is known for its 72 miles of spectacular beaches, but our area is also home to several amazing museums and “halls of fame.”

Check these out:

The Florida Surf Museum preserves and documents the unique history and culture of Florida surfing. You’ll experience the heritage and traditions of the surfing community through events, exhibits and programs. Highlights include profiles of legends, surf spots, and many stories preserved through the voices of the surfing community – now and then. The Florida Surf Museum occupies a special place in Ron Jon Surf Shop complex, where it offers public exhibits.

The Warbird Museum is a non-profit museum dedicated to America's military. Sitting on 10 acres at the Space Coast Executive Regional Airport in Titusville, the museum maintains and restores all types of aircraft that were part of the world's military and air forces dating before WW1 to the present.

Come relive the race to space at the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame! The museum, located near the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Titusville, features exhibits dedicated to our nation's astronauts, including the world's largest collection of personal memorabilia and realistic astronaut training simulators from NASA.

Looking for more? Look into our top ten things to do on the Space Coast.