Explore the lesser-known side of Florida’s Space Coast
You know of all the Space Coast’s greatest hits, but have you explored its hidden gems? These off-the-beaten-path spots call for a detour or day trip!
Cape Canaveral Lighthouse | Canaveral Space Force Station
With its signature black-and-white stripes, this 151-foot-tall iron beacon was built in 1868 and is still operational. Learn its history when you take a tour!
Explore the history of the Civil Rights Era and the enduring legacy of the Moores with moving museum exhibits and a replica of their historic home.
White Sands Buddhist Center | Mims
An unexpected marvel just to the north of Titusville, this monastery features stunning art including some of the largest white granite Buddha statues in the United States
Peacock Spotting | City of Cape Canaveral
Spy the Spectacular plumage of free-roaming peafowl near Port Canaveral.
Cruickshank Scrub Jay Sanctuary | Rockledge
Speaking of rare birds, Helen & Allen Cruickshank Sanctuary is one of only a few places where you can spot the endangered Florida ScrubJay dwelling in its natural habitat.
Pine Island Conservation Area & Field Manor | Merritt Island
Explore nearly 900 acres of wetland habitat by foot bike or kayak. Spot Roseate Spoonbills and other incredible birds. While you’re here check out Field Manor, a 19th-century homestead, grove, and farm.
King Center for the Arts | Melbourne
From Broadway shows to beloved performances this venue is home to a full slate of shows all year long.
Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum | Titusville
See an impressive collection of more than 50 historic aircraft at the Space Coast Regional Airport.