Visit Our Area
Located just steps away from the famous sandy white Daytona beaches, our lush botanic Gardens are a hidden urban oasis, nestled in Ormond Beach’s historic downtown. Surrounded by local shops and restaurants within our City’s arts district, the museum welcomes families, kids and adults to entertain and delight the imagination by visiting our tranquil gardens and galleries, participating in one of our creative workshops, or attending one of our free family art nights.
Our Museum sits right along Granada Boulevard; centrally located to allow easy access from the busier nearby destinations such as next-door neighbor Daytona Beach or, just more than an hour away, Orlando. Visitors can also enjoy a variety of cultural and recreational events offered throughout the year – from dog themed festivals and movies nights with food trucks, to meditation and yoga. Our destination is surrounded by four water front parks, and is perfect for sightseeing. We invite you to experience for yourself why our Museum & garden is one of the best “things to do” in Central Florida.
John D. Rockefeller’s Home/The Casements
Local businesses along Granada Blvd. or State Route #40
Ormond Main Street (be sure to check out the directory listings)
For a spectacular drive through “old Florida”, don’t miss the Ormond Beach Scenic Loop & Trail, a 30- mile double loop of roadways traversing some of the most beautiful and diverse natural scenery remaining in all of northeast Florida.
A look at our history — the Ormond Beach Historical Society
Just steps from the Museum is the MacDonald House which is home to the Ormond Beach Historical Society. Stop in for a peek into our history or take one of its extremely popular historical bus tours.
Other cultural organizations
Museum of Arts & Sciences, Daytona Beach
Daytona Beach Symphony Society
Cinematique Theater of Daytona
Surfscape Contemporary Dance
The Museum of Art DeLand
The Hub on Canal (New Smyrna Beach)
Atlantic Center for the Arts (New Smyrna Beach)