Cocoa Beach, which is popular with surfers, also has lovely sandy shoreline, deep-sea fishing, and a variety of other water activities.
Cocoa Beach Pier
The Cocoa Beach Pier, which extends 244 metres into the Atlantic Ocean, offers wonderful views as well as a variety of food and retail options
The Kennedy Space Center and the seashore are both visible from the Observation Tower's two decks, which provide singular, panoramic views.
The Dinosaur Store
Along with a wide variety of other items, the store sells artwork, artefact casts, and genuine dinosaur bones.
Florida's Melbourne is home to the 75-acre nonprofit facility known as the Brevard Zoo. The zoo offers train rides, kayak trips, backstage tours, and animal feedings
Space Shuttle Atlantis
NASA's Atlantis space shuttle was the final one to launch into orbit and the fourth one overall. One of the features of Kennedy Space Center is the cutting-edge simulator.
NASA Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
The Kennedy Space Center is well known for serving as NASA's main hub for human spaceflight launches. It has displays, historical spacecraft, and artefacts.
Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum
It has a restoration section for historic airplanes. A Memorabilia Hall featuring aviation equipment, weaponry, and artefacts available here.
Ron Jon Surf Shop
The largest surf shop in the world, Ron Jon Surf Shop in Cocoa Beach specializes in bodyboarding and surfing gear.
Victory Casino Cruises
One of Florida's most thrilling gaming experiences is provided by the Victory Casino Cruises, a Vegas-style casino. 5 hour casino cruises are available on board.