Quality Inn Kennedy Space Center
3655 Cheney Hwy.
Titusville, FL 32780
Phone: (321) 269-7110
Fax: (321) 268-6972
Enchanted Forest Sanctuary preserves a large number of beautiful habitats. Several recreational activities such as hiking, photography and wildlife observation are popular here. Come by for a relaxed time in the lap of nature.
Titusville Public Library is a good place for group study sessions. It is equipped with meeting rooms featuring a grand piano, large wall screen and offers free WiFi accessibility.
A historic residence, the Pritchard House showcases the Queen Anne architectural style. Built in 1891, it exhibits a clever composition of textures and shapes. The beauty of the house has been highlighted by the surrounding spaces. The house was listed in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
Playalinda Brewing Company is one of the most famous brewery in Titusville. The moderately priced brew pub has a decent selection of flavorsome beers. The old structure is thoughtfully restored to maintain the old world charm adding to the cozy ambiance.
Space View Park is a scenic waterfront park which offers breath-taking views. It is one of the best places to watch an unobstructed rocket launch. Entry is free and going there early is recommended for a good time.
Found southeast of Orlando, Canaveral National Seashore is located on a barrier island on the east coast of the state, just a short distance north of the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex (NASA) and Cocoa. Get back to nature and discover a native Florida, including an untouched beach, lagoon and dunes that are home to numerous wildlife and plants. Activities offered in the park consist of camping, fishing, boating, swimming, surfing, canoeing, ranger-led programs, and hiking or walking on various trails, plus a self-guided scenic drive. Highlights include a historic statehouse, historical interpretive park, 24 miles of undeveloped beaches and over 100 archaeological sites.
Sand Point Park is a famous river park and is dedicated to the astronaut crews of the Challenger, the Apollo and the Columbia Space Shuttle. Various amenities such as playground, pavilions and picnic shelters are available. It is also a great place for recreational activities.
Jungle Adventures is a sprawling animal park that serves as a home to many of Florida's native, wild creatures. A visit to Jungle Adventures is more than your typical day at the zoo, and they offer such interactive programs as the "Animal Trainer Handling Adventure" and "Dinner Adventures in the Jungle." Fun and educational for people of all ages, Jungle Adventures provides an opportunity to learn more about the history of Florida and its many animal inhabitants. Snap a picture of the rare Florida Panther, get up close and personal during the gator-feeding show, or cruise down the river on the Jungle Swamp Queen River Boat and enjoy the sights and sounds on the water.
This Floridian brackish lagoon is 121 miles long and is considered part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway system.
Although it sits on only 25 acres, this spot offers visitors the chance to get involved in some active recreation and to explore Florida's historic past. The park's centerpiece is a replica of a fort built on Christmas day, 1837, to protect European settlers during their war with the Seminole Tribe. An on-site museum houses military and Seminole artifacts. The site also houses a restored pioneer home and sugarcane mill, both graced with historical farming equipment. Once you've soaked in your fill of history, have some fun on the basketball, volleyball and tennis courts located in the park. You'll also find a playground, horseshoe pits and picnic areas.
The Old St. Luke's Episcopal Church and Cemetery date back to 1888. The cemetery borders the church building, which is of Carpenter Gothic architecture.
In a tribute to the thrilling history of United States space exploration, the Space Center welcomes visitors to climb aboard a full size space shuttle replica, view moon rocks, and get a hands-on look at the science beyond the drama. Take a tour venturing deep into NASA's spaceport facilities, or visit the Rocket Garden, featuring eight massive rockets from past eras. An IMAX Theater shows movies on a five-story screen. The complex is also home to the Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge. Please note that this is a working space flight facility; hours and operations may change without notice.