Melbourne Beach Vacation Rental

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Melbourne is home to a number of unique destinations that you’ll want to be sure to check out during your visit.

Kennedy Space Center

A visit to Kennedy Space Center is a fun filled family excursion.
Your Melbourne vacation is not complete without a trip to Kennedy Space Center. Just 45 minutes from Melbourne Beach is NASA’s launch headquarters – the only place on Earth where you can tour launch areas, meet an Astronaut, see giant rockets, train in spaceflight simulators, and even view a launch.

Experience more on your vacation to Melbourne with a daytrip to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, where the sky isn't the limit - it's just the beginning.

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Disney World

Follow you Disney dreams to a place where storybook fantasy comes to life for the young and the young at heart.  Seek out adventures, create magical memories with beloved characters and discover the fun in a magical realm where imagination reigns.  You can journey through  seven fantastical lands and experience enchanting parades, amazing attractions and more!

Epcot Center

Gather to celebrate the fascinating cultures and wonders of the world. Bring the whole family and dive into The Seas with Nemo and Friends. Marvel at the power of the human imagination to set the spirits soaring.

Melbourne Zoo

Get back to nature and spend a day at the zoo!  Brevard Zoo will enlighten you to the creatures that roam "Wild Florida'!
Just past the 250-pound crocodiles, is the Wild Florida exhibit where visitors feed Annie and Flame, two white-tailed deer. The otters dive into their pool for a block of ice loaded with fruit. The alligators, including 13-foot Humphrey, are waiting for their public feeding. Endangered red wolves, fox, bald eagle, bobcats and red-tail hawk are in natural settings perfect for viewing.
At the end of the walkway, guests find themselves ready for a kayaking adventure through a restored wetland area. The guided tours are offered daily, weather permitting. Brevard Zoo supports many conservation projects in Florida including sea turtles, right whales, scrub jays, Perdido Key beach mice, manatees, oyster reef restoration, and butterflies.

McLarty Treasure Museum

In 1715 eleven Spanish treasure galleons sank along the east central Florida coast. One of the survivors’ campsites was located on the present day site of the McLarty Treasure Museum. Seven hundred people lost their lives in this disaster, while 1,500 people survived.