Welcome Visitors

We look forward to your visit! Click here for a listing of current exhibitions. Museum galleries and exhibitions include the Charles and Linda Williams Children’s Museum, the Root Family Museum, the Dow Gallery of American Art, the Schulte Gallery of Chinese Art, the Bouchelle Gallery of International Decorative Arts, the Cuban Foundation Museum Collection, the Prehistory of Florida Gallery, the Marzullo Gallery featuring weaponry from around the world, the Gillespy Gallery featuring sub-Saharan African artifacts, the Karshan Center of Graphic Art featuring changing exhibits, the Ford Gallery featuring changing exhibitions, and the Bouchelle Gallery of Changing Exhibitions. In addition, visitors can enjoy the nature trails in Tuscawilla Park, the Kim A. Klancke, MD and Marsha L. Klancke Environmental Education Complex, the Abraham and Dorothy Frischer Sculpture Garden and the new Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art. Planetarium shows are offered daily. Click here for schedule of Planetarium shows.


The Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art is closed on Monday, February 13th. 

The HoneyBaked Ham Cafe at the Brown Museum is closed on Monday, February 13th.


Museum Hours

Monday-Saturday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Sunday: 11:00 AM-5:00 PM

Note: Galleries are cleared 10 minutes prior to closing the Museum. When planning your visit, it may be helpful to check our Planetarium and Laser show schedules which can be found here

Free First Tuesdays - The first Tuesday of each month, MOAS offers free admission (planetarium not included) to Volusia County Residents with proof of residency, such as driver's license, library card or utility bill. 

HoneyBaked Ham Cafe at the Brown Museum Hours

Monday-Saturday: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sunday: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Visitor Notices

Museums preserve and display their collections so that people can enjoy them. Please follow the rules below so that future generations may enjoy them as well.

Children 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult. 

NO FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY: The intensity of the light damages the art. Guests are welcome to take photographs for personal use throughout the Museum without the use of a flash, unless indicated by signage regarding specific works of art. Please do not use flashes, tripods or video cameras. For commercial photography, please inquire with Museum staff. 

DO NOT TOUCH THE COLLECTION: Our hands contain harmful oils that react to the surface of sculpture, furniture, and paintings. Those oils corrode the surfaces of objects and lessen the life expectancy of the art. 

DO NOT LEAN ON THE CASES OR GALLERY WALLS: This helps keep works of art hung on the walls or displayed in cases safe. 

NO FOOD, DRINK, OR GUM IS ALLOWED IN THE GALLERIES: For maintenance and security reasons, food and beverages are not allowed inside of the galleries. Both Museum's provide areas for eating and drinking. 

NO BACKPACKS, LARGE BAGS, UMBRELLAS, OR SELFIE STICKS IN THE GALLERIES: These objects can often accidently bump or scratch pieces from the collection. Allowances will be made for medical necessities. We advise leaving backpacks inside of your locked vehicle. 

CELL PHONES: As a courtesy to others, we ask that all visitors silence their cell phones. 


Directions to the Museum

352 South Nova Road, Daytona Beach, FL 32114

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Directions to Museum From I-95: 

Exit 261 or 261A - International Speedway (Route 92) East to Nova Road South (Route 5A) (right turn). Museum entrance 800 feet on right or Exit 260A - Route 400 East (Beville Road) to Nova Road North (Route 5A) (left turn). Museum entrance 1 mile on left.

Directions to Museum From I-4:

Route 400 Exit (Beville Road) East to Nova Road North (Route 5A) (left turn) Museum entrance 1 mile on left. From Beachside (Route A1A): Take International Speedway Boulevard West (Route 92) to Nova Road South (route 5A) (left turn) Museum entrance 800 feet on right.