The Daytona Beach Boardwalk was built in 1938 and is loaded with old-fashioned fun. Itís located at 12 Ocean Avenue in Daytona Beach, at the east end of Main Street and east of Ocean Avenue. The Boardwalk features a combination of shops, businesses, eateries, rides, games and other entertainment, open seven days per week. Free concerts are given during the summer months at the bandshell on the north end of the boardwalk. Fireworks from Daytona Beach Boardwalk can be viewed every Saturday night at 9:45 from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Itís constant entertainment and a joyful atmosphere on the Boardwalk, with street performers, jugglers, musicians and other activities all day long, every day of the week.

The Daytona Beach Boardwalk also features premiere indoor games and rides. A classic arcade has games such as Pac Man, Galaga and SkeeBall, and new games such as Transformer Deluxe, Super Alpine Racer, Down the Clown, Super Bikes 2, Super Cars 2, Milk Jug Toss, NBA Hoops, Monopoly, Deadstorm Pirates Deluxe and pinball machines. So even if thereís a brief thunderstorm or shower, you can still have a fun time on the Boardwalk.

The beautiful white sands of Daytona Beach are just steps away from the Boardwalk, and the Daytona Beach Pier lies south of the boardwalk. The pier stretches 1,000 feet into the Atlantic Ocean and fishing is allowed on the south end of the pier. At night the boardwalk is lit up with lights, making it very pretty to stroll and enjoy the sunset. There are also benches all along it to sit and rest, people watch, or simply take in the ocean view.

Part of the experience of the Daytona Beach Boardwalk is visiting the Daytona Beach Bandshell. The bandshell was built of coquina in 1939 and hosts regular free concerts for residents and visitors to Daytona Beach. Itís located at Ocean Avenue, north of the junction of Main Street and Atlantic on the north end of the Boardwalk amusement area. The scenic amphitheater was added to the National Register of Historic Places and in 2012, the AIA Florida Chapter placed it on the list of Florida Architecture: 100 Years, 100 Places. The bandshell sits right on the beach with views of the Atlantic Ocean. It can host up to 5,000 people and in addition to concerts, itís used for weddings, receptions, and other special events.


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