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Museum Of Arts & Science

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352 S Nova Rd (at Between International Speedway Blvd. and Bellevue Ave)
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
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(386) 255-0285
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Museum Of Arts & Science - Daytona Beach, FL
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Museum Of Arts & Science - Daytona Beach, FL
Museum Of Arts & Science - Daytona Beach, FL
Museum Of Arts & Science - Daytona Beach, FL
Museum Of Arts & Science - Daytona Beach, FL
Museum Of Arts & Science - Daytona Beach, FL
Museum Of Arts & Science - Daytona Beach, FL

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We homeschool our children so we watch for interesting exhibits. They did an excellent Medieval exhibit and for the homeschool group there was a special arts & crafts time. The ...

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Lovely place to visit... 9/4/2006

We homeschool our children so we watch for interesting exhibits. They did an excellent Medieval exhibit and for the homeschool group there was a special arts & crafts time. The kids loved it. They have a hands on section for children that is very nice. The museum is clean, cool and well laid out. Staff is friendly and parking is adequate. more
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Owner Message

  • "Diverse collections unite at the Museum of Arts and Sciences (MOAS). Located in a beautiful 90-acre natural setting in Daytona Beach, MOAS is the primary art, history and science museum of Central Florida. The Museum has over 30,000 items in its permanent collection, including American, Cuban, African, English, Chinese, Continental and Pre-Colombian art, decorative art and paper; fossils, including a complete 13-foot tall Giant Ground Sloth; crystals, gems and minerals; remnants of Florida History, Spanish colonial items and photographs; and the Root family collection of Americana and Coca-Cola." -- MOAS

    Other MOAS attractions include the Cuban Foundation Museum, which has an extensive collection of Cuban art; the Charles and Linda Children's Museum (opening November 2008), which has new hands-on exhibits such as a laser harp and a tennis-ball shooter; the planetarium, which hosts laser shows and educational shows on astronomy and space exploration; and the Klancke Environmental Education Complex in the Tuscawilla nature preserve, where you can explore a 90-acre preserve of hydric hammock habitat, which is a special type of wet forest in coastal Florida.

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  • Located just a few miles from the beach, this 90-acre spot includes a museum, a planetarium and a brand-new children's interactive area. Don't miss the amazing giant sloth skeleton, which truly must be seen to be believed.

  • 6/23/2008 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Hours:

    Mon-Sat 9am-5pm; Sun 11am-5pm
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