Time of year
SeascapeRI wrote a review Feb 2020
Rhode Island37 contributions4 helpful votes
The film had a great deal of information about the area. The museum had a great collection to view.You can spend about an hour there.
Date of experience: February 2020
Maureenq wrote a review Jan 2020
Visit on a Thursday for free admission and donate what you think is reasonable. The video was interesting and the exhibitions were very interesting. The volunteer was very friendly and informative.
Date of experience: January 2020
Karen B wrote a review Nov 2019
Land O Lakes, Florida48 contributions9 helpful votes
Make sure you watch the video to learn about the history of Daytona Beach and the area. This museum was formerly a bank, and the safe's have Art Deco designs in the metal.
Date of experience: September 2019
Deb1028 wrote a review Oct 2019
The Villages, Florida376 contributions69 helpful votes
We visited this museum because on their website under permanent exhibits was listed Resort Hotels of Yesteryear. We checked the whole museum and did not see it. So at that point I went to the front of the museum and asked where to find it. I was told, Oh that is a old exhibit and long gone! So I said it was on your website and the whole reason for the visit. I was made to feel like it was my fault when she said, “ well you should have called”. If they are going to have a website, update it. All the other items were there. Just not the one I wanted. I just threw away 14.00 to not see what I wanted and received rudeness instead.…
Date of experience: October 2019
mintman2015 wrote a review Mar 2019
Atlanta, Georgia37 contributions19 helpful votes
Take an hour or two to visit this museum located in a historic bank building on Beach St. The admission is $7 and you can stay as long as you want. Lots of local artifacts and history of Daytona Beach area is displayed and a short film about the area provides background of the museum.…
Date of experience: February 2019