Vero Beach, Florida has many choices for your vacation and has many cultural activities. There many fun activities and historical sites that will keep you busy all day long such as museums, theaters and cultural attractions.
From warm sunny day of Vero Beach then fresh yourself in Disney’s Vero Beach Resort. Disney’s Vero Beach resort is on the part of the Atlantic Ocean. There are two principal recreational activities in Vero Beach Resort such as swimming and lying out on the beach. You can also make more activities on yourself and to make it with your family also you can check out their plan activities. If you like to play golf they have a miniature golf, however if you like bicycle riding in there they have a bicycle for rent. The main highlight of Disney’s Vero Beach is naturally the large swimming pool and the children’s favorite the water slide.
If you have time then visit to the oldest club in the city of Vero Beach which is the Vero Beach Country Club. This club features the heritage of Old Florida charm and self respecting character. This club is famous for its state of art also their intense paspalum grass on the newly renovated back nine golf courses. Many new clubs in the city tried to make an atmosphere of Old Florida charm however only the Vero Beach Country club can make it. The club was founded by Arthur McKee and Waldo Sexton and it is originally famous as the Royal Park Golfer’s Association during 1920’s.
Knowing the history of Vero Beach perhaps is one of the common first interests of every tourist. If you want to know the history of the place then visit to Vero Theater in which it is the historic theater in Vero Beach. It was designed by F.H. Trimble with a Mediterranean Revival style in which it is located at 2036 14th Avenue. Hunchback of Notre Dame was the first feature film in the theater during its opening on October 14, 1924. The theater was added and recognized to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places on 28th of April 1992 however it was closed in 1985 when the nearby places opened multiplex theater.
From the historic theater of Vero beach then visit also to the historic house of the city, the Hallstrom House. The Hallstrom House is a historic house in Vero Beach, Florida. It was begin as a 40-acre pineapple plantation in 1909 the main house was erected by Swedish horticulturist Axel Hallstrom. With help from Norse and Swedish craftsmen, the structure was completed in 1918. Later on, after Axel moved on to the Citrus business, he eventually moved out. In July 2000 efforts to preserve the remaining 5-acre plantation were achieved when Ruth Hallstrom willed them for the sole purpose on preserving the farmhouse. On June 6, 2002, the farmhouse was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.