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Vero Beach a top beach destination 2014 ” – USA TODAY
“Humiston Park in Vero Beach is one of the top 10 beaches for families in the US”– Family Vacation Critic
“Vero Beach one of the six hassle-free beach escapes 2015” – USA TODAY

Cultural Arts

Indian River County, the Cultural Gem of Florida’s Treasure Coast



Vero Beach Museum of Art

The Museum is the largest cultural arts facility of its kind on Florida’s Treasure Coast featuring five art galleries, two sculpture parks, Museum Art School, auditorium, great hall, art library, museum store and a museum café. The Museum offers changing exhibitions of world-class art, group tours, daily activities to engage children and adults, Free Admission Saturdays, art events and so much more. Discover your inner artist at a Cork, Canvas and Company night, enjoy an art seminar or take a guided docent tour and learn about the Museum’s permanent collection.

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Riverside Theatre

Riverside Theatre is America’s largest small town professional theatre. As the largest producing accredited professional theater in the state, Riverside Theatre offers its audience over 255 performances each year.  These performances range from the contemporary dramas, comedies and lavish musicals that light up the season to a variety of stars that come to Riverside each year as part of their Special Events and Distinguished Lecturer Series.

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Come Discover Nature

With “water, water everywhere” and 26 miles of beaches, boating, kayaking, fishing, scuba diving, and surfing
are just a few of the opportunities awaiting you in Indian River County.


Airboat Tours

Airboat tours of the beautiful Blue Cypress conservation area are educational, exciting, and informative. Sit back and enjoy a fully narrated tour of an eco-system that is part of the headwaters for the St. John’s River. On a one hour tour, you will see and learn about alligators, birds, fish and flora of the marsh. Photographic opportunities abound, so bring your camera and create memories.

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Outdoor Activities

Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge

Vero Beach

Pelican Island is listed as the first national wildlife refuge in the United States. It was created to protect egrets and other birds from extinction through plume hunting.


Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge


This 248-acre refuge spans 20.5 miles and was designated to protect habitat for loggerhead sea turtle nesting in the Western Hemisphere, and the most significant…


Sebastian Inlet State Park


This park is a favorite for anglers nationwide for catching snook, redfish, bluefish, and Spanish mackerel from its jetties. Surfing is also a popular recreation…


McKee Botanical Gardens

Vero Beach

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, McKee Botanical Garden is an 18-acre tropical garden supporting a dense and diverse botanical collection as well…



Beautiful Golf Courses

Indian River County holds some of Florida’s most exclusive private golf clubs. They include Red Stick, John’s Island, Indian River Club, Bent Pine Golf Club, Hawk’s Nest, Vero Beach Country Club, Quail Valley and others as well as challenging public courses such as Sandridge Golf Club.

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A Shoppers Paradise

In Indian River County, intimate boutiques and gourmet dining establishments are tucked into cozy, tropical settings.
Explore our shops and restaurants on the island, mainland, in the historic downtown area or along the riverfront.


Vero Beach Fashion Outlets

The Outlets features an impressive and growing collection of more than 60 leading designer and brand names where shoppers enjoy savings up to 65 percent off regular retail prices every day. Visit us today to shop your favorites including Banana Republic Factory Store, Gap Outlet, Coach Outlet, J.Crew Factory Store, Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store and Nike Factory Store along with Restoration Hardware Outlet and Williams-Sonoma Outlet, among many more!

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Our Heritage


Mel Fisher’s Treasure Museum

When you enter Mel Fisher’s Treasure Museum you will join the millions who have witnessed the most spectacular collection of Spanish artifacts and treasure ever assembled. You will also be granted the opportunity to watch as the treasure, still being uncovered from the 1715 Fleet, grows in quantity and spectacle in the recent recovery display.

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Indian River Citrus Museum

Experience the life of early pioneers in the most famous citrus-producing region in the world. Visit the Indian River Citrus Museum to discover how citrus seeds made their way to Florida and the story of how area pioneers established the most distinguished citrus fruit in the world.  You’re sure to enjoy all the artifacts, photographs, memorabilia, and crate labels.

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