The Dinosaur Store

This store houses one of the most extravagant collection of fossils in the whole wide world. Here you will find the adventure zone, which is a place that offers interactive, hands on educational fun for the entire family. You will get to see live alligators, reptiles and fossil dig here are well. Last, but not least, on the second and third floors of the Dinosaur Store is the Museum of Dinosaurs and Ancient Cultures.

Address: 250 W Cocoa Beach Causeway, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931, USA

Wed.-Sat. 10am--6pm
Sun. 12-5pm
Closed on Tues.





ASTRONAUT MEMORIAL PLANETARIUM & OBSERVATORY: Florida's largest planetarium features star shows, a 3-story IWERKS movie theater and laser shows. The building also houses a fully accessible observatory, a hands-on demonstration hall and a museum honoring space explorers from around the world. Located at BCC Cocoa Campus, 1519 Clearlake Rd, Cocoa. 321-634-3732


KENNEDY SPACE CENTER VISITORS COMPLEX: The KSC Visitors Complex is your gateway to space...check out where NASA prepares and launches the space shuttle. Among other exciting things to do and see, you can climb aboard a full-size shuttle replica, tour the launch area and the Apollo/Saturn V Center, see IMAX movies, walk among authentic vintage spacecraft, visit a hands-on intergallactic gallery, and view an art gallery. Located on SR 405, Titusville. 321-452-2121


U.S. AIR FORCE SPACE & MISSILE MUSEUM: America's space program began here and you'll be able to see where America's first astronauts made history. Get a close look at rockets and see the towers where launches are still taking off. Located at the Cape Canaveral Air Station. 321-853-3245


U.S. ASTRONAUT HALL OF FAME: Dedicated to the story of America's first space heroes - the pioneers of Project Mercury, Gemini and Apollo - here you can also explore space on your own. The Astronaut Adventure lets you experience the total astronaut training from landing on the moon, launching a rocket and experiencing "zero" gravity. Located next to the Kennedy Space Center, it’s a "must see" attraction. Located on SR405, Titusville. 321-269-6100


U.S. SPACE CAMP FLORIDA: This 5-day space camp is designed for students in grades 4-7 and gives them a chance to explore the world and beyond. They'll get strapped in to the simulator to train for an extravehicular activity (a spacewalk), experience what it takes to move around the moon in the Gravity Trainer, sample freeze-dried space food, build and launch their own rocket, and learn how hard it is to do even the simplest things in a space suit. Located adjacent to the Kennedy Space Center, SR 405, Titusville. 321-267-3184


VALIANT AIR COMMAND WARBIRD MUSEUM: This museum is dedicated to finding and preserving historic aircraft which are so much a part of our national aviation heritage. While here you can view vintage World War II and post-war military aircraft, see war memorabilia ranging from World War I to Desert Storm and hear old war stories retold by veteran tour guides. Located at Space Center Executive Airport, 6600 Tico Rd., Titusville. 321-268-1941






Historic Cocoa Village, the downtown core of the City of Cocoa, was first settled in the mid 1800s and has evolved into one of Brevard County’s premier shopping and entertainment districts and one of the Space Coast’s most popular attractions.


Cocoa Village is one of the Space Coast’s most popular destinations for those who are looking for a unique shopping and dining experience in a relaxing atmosphere with a village vibe!


Walk along our historic, tree-lined streets, shop and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of a nostalgic riverside community. Dine at one of our gourmet restaurants before you catch a show at the historic Cocoa Village Playhouse, or visit the Florida Historical Society to find out some more about Florida times past.


Have a special night out with friends and enjoy casual dining – Italian, pizza, sushi, tapas or seafood – and take in the live music at one of our buzzing night spots!


The Historic Cocoa Village Association (HCVA) represents the majority of the merchants in Cocoa Village. The HCVA’s mandate is to help promote and encourage growth of the Historic Cocoa Village community and the City of Cocoa in general by organizing and hosting community events and activities in the Village. Funds raised, support various promotions, general advertising and tourism development. The HCVA’s most prominent events include four Art and Craft Fairs, the Spring and Fall Central Florida Car Shows and four annual Sip & Strolls. The HCVA also partners with the City of Cocoa and Cocoa Main Street in the presentation of various other community supportive events and activities throughout the year.







Cocoa Beach Country Club

We welcome residents and guests to the area alike. The Course boasts three courses - Dolphin, Lakes, and River Courses - featuring 27 holes and 41-50 sand bunkers per course. If you're ready to book a Tee Time, call Starter Shack at 321 868-3361

Reservations can be cancelled only by contacting the Pro Shop at 321 868-3351







The name Pig & Whistle has had a place in British history ever since daily rum rations were issued to all men aboard Royal Navy ships in 1655.  As the story goes, it was the job of the junior midshipman to go below to draw the rum for the shop's company from the barrels - called "pigs".  One day the junior officer arrived on deck drunk with the rum for the duty officer of the day.  The next day the officer ordered the midshipman to keep whistling until he returned on deck with the rum, this way he wouldn't be able to drink while carrying on his task.  Therefore, the name "Pig & Whistle". In England today, you will find many fine pubs and taverns around the British coast and sea ports called the "Pig & Whistle"

At Papa Vito's we know that in life all you need is family, friends, and great food! This is why we take life one slice at a time! All of our food is made fresh to order. Our dough and sauces are made fresh every morning; our vegetables are brought in fresh every day too. Whether you are in the mood for some great Italian dishes, mouth watering garlic knots, or just hanging out with some co-workers at happy hour, we are sure you will leave very full and happy.


Pappa Vito's
Address: 6200 N Atlantic Ave, Cape Canaveral, FL 32920, USA
Sun - Wed     11:00--12:00 
Thurs - Sat    11:00–1:30
Sunday         11:00–12:00


MOLLY'S SEAFOOD SHACK opens everyday at 11:30 and has a LUNCH MENU that is served until 4 pm Daily. You'll find nearly a dozen lunch deals from just $7.99 to $11.99 plus our ample main menu. 

Address: 1580 E Merritt Island Causeway, Merritt Island, FL 32952, USA
 Sun - Thurs    11:30am–9pm
Fri & Sat         11:30am–10pm


What makes Coconuts so unique, and such a great place to dine and drink, is our incredible view overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. While relaxing on our huge, outdoor tiki deck under the warm Florida sun, you can enjoy the sights and sounds of the beach and the local wildlife. Almost daily you can spot porpoises playing in the surf.
At night, you will experience a breathtaking ocean view while watching the ships come and go out of nearby Port Canaveral. Coconuts also offers nightly specials and live entertainment. Watch the sun go down, or better yet, experience an amazing night shuttle launch while sipping on a cold cocktail. This is something you won’t want to miss.


Address: 2 Minutemen Causeway, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931, USA
Mon - Thur   11am–12am
Sunday          8am–12am
Fri - Sat        11am–1am


Centrally located in iconic Cocoa Beach, Simply Delicious Cafe & Bakery is a small restaurant featuring classic breakfast dishes and sandwich options for lunch plus baked goods. Their menu includes salads, omelettes, salads, sandwiches, homemade bread and french toast.



Address: 125 N Orlando Ave, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931, USA

Tues - Sat     8am–3pm
Sunday    8am–2pm
Monday    Closed


Juice N Java is a great place to get fresh-roasted coffee wine, craft beers and healthy, fresh, farm-to-table menu options inspired from around the world. This shop is a local fave and has been voted the No. 1 coffee house in Central Florida. For healthy options check out the fruit smoothies, salads and artisan cheese trays. For a healthy snack, try the chocolate-covered strawberries. Sandwiches come with a variety of bread options to meet your dietary needs or culinary cravings. Juice N Java also offers vegetarian options, like the roma sandwich. Come and plan to stay; wifi is free and service is excellent. Grab a table outside on a nice day.

Address: 75 N Orlando Ave, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931, USA
Mon - Tues     6am-5pm
Friday             6am–9pm
Saturday        7am–10pm
Sunday           7:30am–2pm


Yen Yen was first established in Brooklyn, New York around 23 years ago. Since then, Yen Yen Cocoa Beach has been voted as "The Best Asian Restaurant in Brevard County" for six years in a row.

Address: 2 N Atlantic Ave, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931, USA

Tues - Sun    4:30–10pm
Monday    Closed


If you're looking for comfort food with a modern spin, check out Crush Eleven in Cocoa Village. This restaurant offers unique spins on some of the all-time favorites, like mac and cheese and French fries. Except here, they're "one-year cheddar mac and cheese" with tater tots and giardiniera, and green bean fries with smoked paprika aioli. This restaurant is casual, yet contemporary, offering craft beer, wine and cocktails. Food is served in such a way to encourage sharing it around the table, which gives is an old-fashioned, family feeling and makes your meal a social experience. It's only fitting that diners sit at large wooden tables. Start your meal with pretzel-dusted fried green tomatoes and fill up with root beer braised short ribs. Chicken Under a Brick is another favorite. After you dine, stroll past the Indian River and through quirky Cocoa Village and explore the galleries and shops nearby.

Address: 923 E New Haven Ave, Melbourne, FL 32901, USA
Wed - Sat    11am–2pm, 5–9pm
Sunday        11am–8pm
Mon- Tues    5–9pm


The Fat Snook, on the Space Coast, is haven for foodies. This small dining room located on the beach is cozy, intimate and the food is some of the best you will find in this stretch of Florida. The Fat Snook is great for a romantic or fancy night out, even though the atmosphere remains relaxed and upbeat. Make sure you make a reservation if you want to get a table. The tables are limited and the demand is high. Enjoy dinner here every day of the week, except three holidays a year. Try a mango chow chow, a Kona Coffee Rub steak and goat cheese ravioli, which you may be able to pair with local lobster. In fact, the fresh, expertly prepared local seafood is a must-try at this restaurant.

Address: 2276, 2464 S Atlantic Ave, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931, United States
Mon - Sat   5:30–9pm
Sunday      10am–2pm, 5–9pm


This upscale French and European-influenced restaurant is considered one of the Space Coast's best dining establishments and hands down one of the most romantic outings in Cocoa. Enjoy the beautiful weather on the patio, while you sip wine – Cafe Margaux features about 400 different types – and indulge in some of the tastiest options around. Cafe Margaux has an established reputation (it opened in the '80s) and is home to executive chef Erol Tugrul, an established, international chef whose family lives in Bavaria and Turkey. Enjoy entrees, such prime filet mignon tips, a scallopini of veal tenderloin, an herb-seared rack of lamb and a "lollipop" pork chop over risotto. The slow-cooked, European-style Bistro Features are also popular. Top of your meal with a glass of cognac or a house-made dessert. Look for special events, too, like wine dinners and special events. Vegetarian options available, too; imagine a plate of red peppers, zucchini, mushrooms and eggplant baked with brie.

Address: 220 Brevard Ave, Cocoa, FL 32922, USA
Monday-Saturday  11:30am–2pm, 5–9pm
Closed Sunday