Brevard Museum of History and Natural Science

2201 Michigan Avenue, Cocoa, FL 32926 - United States

321-632-1830

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The Brevard Museum of History and Natural Science is located in Cocoa, Florida. Tucked away in a quite residential neighborhood the museum boasts two wings of indoor exhibits including two rotating exhibit halls, a butterfly garden, an interactive discovery room, and a 22-acre nature preserve. Through curation and display we invite visitors to explore the unique history of Brevard County. From Ice Age fossils to the Space Age Hubble telescope, we have something for everyone!

Exhibits

The Hubble Space Telescope
Currently on exhibit

The Cape Canaveral Lighthouse
Currently on exhibit

Spanish Discovery
Currently on exhibit

Ice Age
Currently on exhibit

Florida Cracker Culture
Currently on exhibit

Florida East Coast Railway
Currently on exhibit

Early Florida Settlers
Currently on exhibit

Exhibits guides will be on-hand on Museum Day Live to answer visitor questions.

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