Kids can build their own race cars, ride a Harley Davidson motorcycle and play CSI at the Charles and Linda Williams Children’s Museum — a 9,300-square-foot, hands-on family discovery center located within Daytona’s Museum of Arts and Sciences, a Smithsonian affiliate. There’s a play center for little ones ages 6 to 36 months as well as a make-your-own “Pizza Palace” that’s popular among preschoolers.
Recent Traveler Reviews
Museum of Arts and Sciences
This was just okay-it was a building with a number of rooms, each with a different variety of antique collectables. It was a bit hodge-podge and not very relatable and I was bored
Great Stop on Rainy Day
Four of us went through the museum and caught one of the planetarium shows. The museum has a bit of everything to keep everyone’s interest. Reasonable prices with senior discount.