1175 Malabar Road, NE
Palm Bay, FL 32907
Phone: (321) 369-1234
Fax: (321) 369-1200
Andretti Thrill Park is the perfect venue for a fun day out. The park offers something for everyone! It has mini golf, laser tag, batting cages, bowling and the much popular Andretti express!
Located within the expansive campus of the Florida Institute of Technology, this garden spans 15 acres (6.07 hectares), and is home to a stunning array of plant life. While heavy on numerous species of the palm family, the park also houses other plant and flowering species native to the region. Guided tours of the facility are available.
Heneger Center for the Arts is dedicated to encouraging performing arts programs and cultural events. It was opened in 1920 and has a theater that can seat more than 450 people. There are exhibitions which feature the works of local artists, mirrored dance studio, ballroom and much more.
Inaugurated in 2003, the beautifully landscaped Military Memorial Park is a tribute to servicemen. The park has numerous monument that tell the story of wars and the contribution of servicemen.
Old Melbourne Beach Town Hall was established in 1908. The building was originally moved from Ryckman Park to Oak Park where it still exists. The building is now home to Old Town Hall History Center that features and chronicles the local history of Melbourne Beach. It is also used as a venue for numerous community functions.
The Community Chapel of Melbourne Beach is a historic chapel that is located in Florida. The local residents had built it in the year 1892. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 14, 1992. Steeped in history, it is an iconic place of worship for the community.
Standing by the Eau Gallie River, this picturesque park spans 10 acres (4.04 hectares), and is a favorite for picnics. Facilities at the park include boat ramps, a playground as well as tennis and basketball courts.
The James Wadsworth Rossetter House is a simple and beautiful historic home that features a one level structure. With a balcony on the top facing the entrance and simple architecture the house looks great in it's appearance. Currently running as a museum, the house exhibits a beauty of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century homes. Tours to this home are also available.
James Wadsworth Rossetter House is located in downtown Melbourne in the Eau Gallie Arts District neighborhood. Built in 1908, it was the former residence of James Wadsworth Rossetter and his family. The beautiful Victorian-house is one of the famous landmarks of the city and is been operated as one of the historic properties of Historic Rossetter House Museum. The house can be rented out for private events and social gatherings. Guided tours of the house are available. Check their website or call ahead for more information.
The Paradise Beach & Park is a lovely place to visit with your group of friends or family. Enjoy a relaxed afternoon, admiring the scenic views or enjoy a game of volleyball.
Wickham Park features a beautiful expanse of vegetation that takes you away from the hustle bustle of the noisy city life. The park houses restrooms, camping spaces and picnic spots, swimming lakes, natural trails and dog areas.
Housing more than 400 animals and offering several community-based conservation and education programs, Brevard Zoo is a good bet for the whole family. It's divided into four distinct areas. Latin America, Native Florida and Australia feature the flora and fauna of those regions. View jaguars, anteaters, alligators and other animals. The Paws-On Activity Center provides interactive entertainment geared toward children, including a petting zoo.