When the sand is soggy and the rain has put a damper on your Daytona Beach experience that's no reason to throw in the towel. The Daytona area is a metropolis of opportunity and entertainment.  The beach community known for beautiful sandy beaches and water sports has plenty of things to do in Daytona Beach when it rains. In fact, the list of indoor attractions in Daytona Beach goes on and on.  Here are a few of our favorite things to do in Daytona Beach when the weather decides to rain on your vacation. 

Sky Zone Daytona Beach

Sky Zone is a fun healthy way to entertain the kids on a rainy day in Daytona Beach. Voted the number one “out of the box” workout and the “best party ever” Sky Zone Daytona Beach is a great place to play when it's raining in Daytona.  Experience the joy of flying high and feeling the weightlessness of bouncing, flipping, and landing in a foam cube pit. The thrill of their trampoline Dodgeball games, or the challenge of the SkySlam! 

Museum of Arts and Sciences

The Museum of Arts and Sciences offers a fun time for all who visit. With exhibits ranging from prehistoric information to space travels, your little explorers will love to learn as they wander through this kid-friendly indoor attraction in Daytona Beach. 

Southeast Museum of Photography

SMP is a vibrant museum with an impressive international reputation for leadership for photography exhibitions, publications, and educational programming.

Daytona Ice Arena

Open daily for public skating the Daytona Ice Arena is the coolest place in Daytona Beach. Literally!  Get out of the hot summer sun and skate on a real ice rink.  This rainy day indoor activity in Daytona is a great way to let the kids burn off some excess energy. 

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The Casements

The riverside cultural center known as the Casements was once a J.D. Rockefeller home. Tours of the restored property are given by The Casements Guild Monday through Friday 10:30am - 3:30pm and Saturday 10:00am-11:30am.

DeBary Hall Historic Site

DeBary Hall was the winter retreat of a European-born wine merchant who chose the St. Johns River country for his hunting estate. The historical property now offers tours of the home.  The space is also a popular wedding venue in Debary. 

Skate and Shake Skating Center

Skate and Shake is a family-owned and operated Skating Rink in Daytona that strives to be one of the best Family Skating Centers in the Greater Daytona Beach area. On Sundays, you can shuffle and skate $1 admission on Sundays. 


When it's too hot to stay outside or the rainy days seem to never end Hanger15 Daytona Beach's Ultimate Trampoline Park & Extreme Recreation Park is a great way to burn off some steam. The indoor attraction also offers Summer Day Camps from 11am-7pm. 

Daytona Arcade Museum

Daytona Arcade Museum showcases the Golden Age of 70's and 80's games. Featuring over 100 playable games the vintage arcade is an interactive indoor activity providing hours of fun for all ages. 

Escape Room Adventure of Daytona

Escape Room Adventure Of Daytona is a live interactive Escape game. You and up to 7 others will be locked in a room. You will have 60 minutes to escape. Do you have what it takes to find the clues and get out in time? 

Volusia Mall

The Volusia Mall features entertainment, food, shopping, and everything that a super shopping center should hold. Located right across the street from the Speedway it's a great place to waste some time on a rainy day. 

Peabody Auditorium

Central Florida's Premiere Performance Arts Center hosts the best of International and national artists and showcases world-renowned entertainment. 

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