Experience spectacular natural beauty. See fascinating birds and wildlife. Offering legendary fishing, houseboat rentals, sparkling springs and scenic parks along the St. Johns American Heritage River. Visit the award-winning Main Street with its unique shopping and dining. Southern Hospitality. Memorable attractions and museums. Exciting festivals. Free visitors guide.
Average Visit Time:
Less than 1 hour,
Chambers & Visitors Bureaus,
Official DMO Listing,
Average Visit Time:
Less than 1 hour
Chambers & Visitors Bureaus,
Official DMO Listing
Hours of Operation:
Dates closed Major Holidays,
Hours 9:00 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily,
City and Regional maps,
Printed guides available,
Plan now for the 22nd Annual Biketoberfest® in Daytona Beach, FL. Join thousands of riders as they roar into Daytona Beach for an extended weekend of sun, beaches, entertainment and bikes, bikes, bikes! Popular activities include motorcycle shows and rallies, live music, racing at Daytona International Speedway, scenic rides, and plenty of people watching all across the county.
In West Volusia, just 20 miles from Daytona Beach, motorcyclists have many affordable lodging choices from charming bed and breakfast inns to well-appointed hotels and motels, country cabins and campgrounds to riverfront fish camps! An eclectic mix of attractions, din
ng and shopping coupled with amazing scenic vistas make this a popular spot for bikers from all over the world.
Or, if you're looking for something a little milder "Enjoy A Ride On The Quiet Side" with one of Scenic Rides.
In Florida, there's fun in every direction. So much so, you might need to stay a little longer to experience it all. Check out this amazing deal to boost your vacation and save some money while you're at it.
Jackson Walker's Legendary Florida Exhibit
Now - May 15, 2016
The Legendary Florida exhibit shows Florida History through the Paintings of Jackson Walker. Volusia County Historic Courthouse 120 W. Indiana Ave., DeLand, FL 32720
In this collection, Jackson Walker weaves a visual tapestry of Florida's long and eventful past. Through the traditional usage of oil colors, executed in a carefully studied realistic treatment, incidents and personalities of over four hundred years of history are brought back to life. The result is the most dynamic exhibition of Florida history in art ever to be assembled. This visual and informative experience has proven to intrigue and delight a broad cross section of
he public wherever it is viewed. Viewers of all ages will find this collection to be a most memorable and enriching experience.
Closed Saturdays and Sundays.
Exhibits by Artists Steve Tobin, Karl Zerbe, and Samuel Blatt at the MOA-DeLand
Now - October 24, 2014
Steve Tobin: Roots
Appearing in the Lower Galleries at 600 N. Woodland Blvd.
Monumental steel outdoor sculptures and smaller glass works in the lower galleries, including a glass installation, will be on exhibit. Tobin's magnitude as an innovator and explorer of process, color and form has made him the sole proprietor of dynamic and unique sculptural methods. His vast body of work chronicles an epic journey from cast glass installations to assemblages of industrial detritus; from welded steel constructions and cast bronze forest floors to ceramic explosion pieces; and onward to massive bronze termite mounds and looming bronze roots.
n's Steelroots series are informed by the calligraphy that captured his imagination while teaching in Japan in the 80′s and from his acquisition of the 19th Century Japanese Noh Manuscript. The quality of his brush strokes - the alternating intensity of color, the varying proportions of the drawn lines, the contrast between the dark ink and the untouched areas of the page, the intimation of depth - are all reflected in the sculptures. Some pieces are actual renderings of Japanese characters, which can read when the light casts their shadow on the ground. Tobin's drawn studies, done in Sumi ink on rice paper, echo the calligraphy of these old texts. Steve Tobin's formidable naturalistic approach to sculpture, with his cerebra and scientific curiosity of physics, nature, process and materials distances him from any notion that will explore a singular Modernist cause. Tobin holds a B.S. in Theoretical Mathematics from Tulane University in New Orleans, LA.
Karl Zerbe: Works on Paper
Appearing in the Chris Harris Gallery at 600 N. Woodland Blvd.
Distinguished German-born American painter Karl Zerbe (1903 - 1972) was one of the founding members of the abstract expressionism movement. This exhibit will feature experimental collages and mixed media works primarily from the late 1960's, but also from the 1940's. Works on Paper is an exhibit that showcases some of Karl Zerbe's most experimental works.
Collectors Choice: Blatt Collection
Appearing in the Upper Galleries at 600 N. Woodland Blvd.
Samuel Blatt's collection will feature outstanding European paintings, drawings and prints from the mid-17th to the early 20th century. More than 20 artists, such as Picasso, Dufy, Lacombe and Vuillard, will be represented. All of the creators in Mr. Blatt's personal collection are unique because each one makes a visual statement of quite his or her own making. They have sought art and quality by following no set path and chose to select carefully their own very private way between complex clusters of alternatives. They produced, as a result, art of profound individuality, honesty and quality. A well-chosen collection of a single work adds to its own light that reflected from the masterpieces among which it was found. For the collector, possessing such art allows him to participate quietly with artists of extraordinary integrity and vision in their day-by-day creative activity of trying to contact the divine, and to benefit, thereby, from their lifelong devotion to a particular inspiration and ideal.
Stephen Althouse: Personal Symbols, Private Totems at the Museum of Art-DeLand
Now - October 05, 2014
Take I-4 to Exit 118 towards DeLand. Continue West on Hwy 44 until you reach Downtown DeLand. Choose On-Street Parking or Lot Parking. The museum is located on the Northwest corner of Woodland Blvd. and New York Ave.
DeLand Craft Show
(Formerly Rivertown Craft Show)
Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday 10am-4pm
Downtown DeLand, Florida
Artists, Crafters & Quilters from all over the state will display and sell their handmade items along Woodland Boulevard in Downtown DeLand. Entertainment, demonstrations by crafters, children's activities and more! Free admission for Craft Show; $5 admission for the Quilt Show held in the Volusia County Administration Building (123 W. Indiana Ave., DeLand).
Download a Crafter's Application
Food & Quilt Vendors, please contact Sandy Chavez at (386) 736-3680 or email@example.com