Activities in Holly Hill

One or Three Surfing Lessons or One Lesson with a Pro Surfer at Triple X Surf and Skim (Up to 53% Off)

Triple X Surfers Outlet

Barnharts Shopping Center

$60 $30

Beginner-level lessons cover surfing fundamentals; two-person lesson with pro surfer teaches advanced techniques

Four or Eight Weeks of Unlimited Beach Boot-Camp Classes at Cherise’s Heavenly Fitness (Up to 84% Off)

Cherise's Heavenly Fitness

Ocean View Halifax Estates

$125 $30

Certified instructors lead students in building muscle and slimming down in high-energy boot camps

Haunted-History Walking Tour for Two or Four with Ghost-Hunting Equipment from Spirit Expeditions (50% Off)

Spirit Expeditions

Daytona Beach

$50 $25

A two-hour walking tour covers Daytona Beach's most haunted areas and allows guests to conduct their own paranormal investigation

One or Two Full Days of Surfboard Rental at Daytona Board Store (Up to 52% Off)

Daytona Board Store

Daytona Beach

$30 $15

Guests check out a soft top or hard top surfboard and show waves who's boss

Fan Sponsorship Package with All Access for a Race from RaceDaySponsor.com (25% Off)

RaceDaySponsor.com

Daytona Beach

$400 $299

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Have your name plastered to a race car with sponsorship packages that include complimentary pit and garage passes

Ziplining and Aerial Adventure Experience for Two or Four at Zoom Air Adventure Park (Up to 46% Off)

Zoom Air Adventure Park

Daytona Beach

$69.90 $39.95

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Explore the treetops with interactive climbing courses, ziplines, and other fun obstacles at an aerial adventure park

Movie Night for Two or Four with Appetizers or Desserts, and Beer, Wine, or Soft Drinks at Cinematique (Up to 51% Off)

Cinematique

Daytona Beach

$35.95 $18

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Art movie house with digital projection and surround sound serves appetizers including hummus, caprese skewers, and popcorn

Four Weeks of Group Dance Lessons for One, Two, or Four from Jammin'Swing Dance (Up to 53% Off)

Jammin'Swing Dance

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

$80 $39

Swing-dance champions teach everyone from teenagers to seniors how to jitterbug or do the lindy hop

Admission for One, Two, or Four to Daytona Lagoon (Up to 52% Off)

Daytona Lagoon

Brush / Stewarts

$32.99 $16

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Fun-filled waterpark has a 500,000-gallon wave pool, water slides, a lazy river for tubing, and a kids' play area

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At Daytona Beach Bingo, up to 300 guests compete for bingo supremacy in a spacious gaming facility with a slew of games and specials each evening. Patrons can settle into lengthy bingo tables and try their luck at progressive jackpots that increase each night when there isn’t a winner. Visitors can also match up winning images in pull-tab games or bet on George Washington’s winning record in presidential elections to help conquer quarter games.

284 N Nova Rd
Daytona Beach,
FL
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Oceanside Paddlesports' knowledgeable instructors—who are professional standup-paddleboard racers—hook customers up with rental equipment and teach them how to skim across the waters around Daytona Beach in standup paddleboards. The outfit also specializes in surfing, outrigger canoeing, and kayaking, offering lessons and tours with each activity. For those who want their own equipment, the shop sells gear by brands such as Piranha, Kialoa, and Boga.

100 N Atlantic Ave #34
Daytona Beach,
FL
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Physically, celadon porcelain from the Ming and Qing Dynasties and a 13-foot skeleton of the giant ground sloth don’t have too much in common. But both explore how our world has evolved and how we perceive it—making both perfectly suited for display in the eclectic exhibits of the Museum of Arts & Sciences. The 100,000-square-foot museum—which perches on a 90-acre nature preserve—houses a planetarium alongside myriad exhibits that delve into art, history, and science.

The museum’s particularly impressive assembly of Cuban art draws visitors through 300 years of history with more than 200 rare maps, paintings, and ceramics. Nearby, the exhibit of Chinese art glimmers with gemstones, bronzes, and cloisonné. Visitors also peruse crafts made closer to home in the 4,000-square-foot gallery of American art, where portraits by Gilbert Stuart and landscapes by George Bonfield hang on walls, rather than on the traditional horse’s withers. In addition to its traditional art galleries, the Museum of Arts & Sciences also hosts more fragile objects inside the Helene B. Roberson Visible Storage Building, a 4,400-square-foot glass-fronted space designed to maintain exhibits in a climate-controlled state.

Younger museum-goers can gaze longingly at the 800 teddy bears on display in the Americana-focused Root Family Museum before heading to the Charles and Linda Williams Children’s Museum to explore ever-changing, hands-on science exhibits. In addition to assembling and testing model racecars, whippersnappers strum the 16 laser beams of a laser harp and try the "Pull Yourself Up" exhibit. Daily shows in the planetarium continue scientific education by unlocking the night sky’s mysteries, such as why stars don’t go out when you blow on them.

352 S Nova Rd
Daytona Beach,
FL
US

Florida Tennis Center's one-hour clinics acquaint beginner and novice racqueteers with tennis fundamentals in an instructive, competitive environment. Players are grouped by age and ability, so baseline apprentices can begin to master tennis's trying techniques among those equally versed in the art of yellow-orb smashing. Glide across one of the complex's 24 green-clay courts as the ball machine serves up shots to batter cross-court with a textbook low-to-high forehand, a firm-wristed volley, or a highly illegal—but still impressive—scissor-kick. The club provides free loaner racquets to those yet to wrangle their own set of strings and the final class consists of a one-hour supervised practice match where players can test their meddle against fellow classmates and berate imaginary line judges.

1 Deuce Ct
Daytona Beach,
FL
US

During a round of golf in this region, it’s not uncommon for players to see the occasional alligator sunning itself on the banks of a fairway pond. The same, however, cannot be said for miniature-golf courses, unless you’re playing at Congo River Golf, where the civilized sinking of putts coexists with the visceral carnage of live-alligator feedings. More than 25 alligators wait for patrons to feed them morsels of gator food in an exhibit beside the course. Though the course offers no chance for an encounter with the ancient, scaly species, it enchants players with waterfalls, safari-themed artifacts, and towering rock faces. In addition, Congo River Golf encompasses an indoor arcade and a gemstone-mining station, where guests dig through dirt for fossils, arrowheads, and Neanderthal’s kindergarten time capsules.

2100 S Atlantic Ave
Daytona Beach,
FL
US

Lucky’s, a hybrid restaurant and fun-center, marries burgers, salads, and sandwiches with games such as bowling and billiards. Guests can eat their fill of entrees that include Cajun rib-eye steak and pan-seared shrimp while flinging orbs down 14 polished lanes. During bowling games the alley’s sound and lighting system evokes a dance-club vibe while a Qubica AMF scoring system keeps track of strikes and splits, enabling players to leave their CPAs at home.

Next to the bowling alley, more than 50 redemption, video, and novelty games challenge guests and include Lazer Frenzy, an interactive maze of light beams like the ones that guard a bank’s best ballpoint pens. Game credits earn prizes such as Legos, Nerf toys, and even Xbox 360s. Lucky’s keeps their atmosphere lively late into the night by hosting lounge events such as Karaoke Wednesdays and by having DJs spin on the weekend.

2900 Bellevue Ave
Daytona Beach,
FL
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