This inventory of the Florida Highwaymen paintings is one of the largest in Florida, always changing and growing and has been in business for over 15 years. Specializing in Florida Highwaymen paintings and Florida art.
520 Andrews Street, New Smyrna Beach, FL386-427-9910
In 1980, the Artists’ Workshop Gallery was opened. Its purpose is to give each member an opportunity to display his/her work for public viewing. Exhibits are changed monthly, with different themes each month.
115 Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach, FL386-402-0314
The Workshop makes available its studio facilities for art classes and workshops approved by the Artists’ Workshop Board. While many members attend these classes, attendance is not a requirement for membership.
540 Barracuda Blvd., New Smyrna Beach, FL386-424-9254
Established in 1966 by artist and ACA founder, Doris Leeper, and artist/benefactor, Ed Harris. The gallery has formalized its affiliation with ACA, combining missions, resources and programs to further facilitate community engagement with the creative arts.
123 Douglas Street, New Smyrna Beach, FL386-428-1133
Founded in 1977 by Doris Leeper, an internationally-known sculptor and painter, as well as a visionary environmentalist, Atlantic Center for the Arts (ACA) is a non-profit, multidisciplinary artist residence facility located in New Smyrna Beach.
1414 Art Center Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, FL386-427-6975
The museum displays a collection of memorabilia and artifacts used to educate citizens and students about the history and race relations in small-town Florida. The information dates back to the early 1920s.
314 N. Duss Street, New Smyrna Beach, FL386-478-1934
The Bob Ross Art Workshop hosts a large collection of original oil paintings and offers classes in the Bob Ross unique style of oil painting as seen on more than 300 PBS stations throughout the country.
757 E. 3rd Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, FL386-423-4346
Come visit this artist’s gallery and lush gardens! Located across from the Intracoastal Waterway next to Arts on Douglas and Harris House, Clay Gallery is home to the studio of Teresa Bowen.
302 S. Riverside Drive, New Smyrna Beach, FL386-846-8203
In 1877, the Eldora community thrived since travel along the waterway was faster and safer than the ocean. The statehouse is all that remains and contains memorabilia telling the story of the town and its inhabitants.
7611 South Atlantic Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, FL386-428-3384
Gabriel Fernandez desires to explore the world, capturing the nature of each area’s inhabitants and the surroundings’ diversity. He photographs life; the integration of people and nature. He supports local artists.
407 Flagler Ave., New Smyrna Beach, FL386-295-5254
Step back in time to experience the same pristine environment that James N. Gamble (of Procter & Gamble) found so inviting during his first visit in the late 1800’s. Included in the National Register of Historic Places.
1819 Taylor Road, Port Orange, FL386-255-0285
Established in 1991 and located in the heart of a revitalized downtown, the Harris House has assumed a leadership role in providing arts education programs for children and cultural enrichment for adults.
214 S. Riverside Drive, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168386-423-1753
Joy and Gregg Badders are nationally-renowned, award-winning artists who have been creating jewelry for many years. They surround gems with precious metals to create unique jewelry that expresses the joy inspired by life.
406 Flagler Ave., New Smyrna Beach, FL386-424-6240
Jonah’s Cat’s Art Gallery represents bringing art to life and life to art. This gallery can be found on iconic Flagler Avenue in New Smyrna Beach.
220 Flagler Ave., New Smyrna Beach, FL386-428-2150
The Little Theatre of New Smyrna Beach is located on the beach side across the street from the Publix shopping center. Originally formed in 1947, the Little Theatre produces eight shows each season with an additional show in the summer.
726 E. 3rd Ave., New Smyrna Beach, FL386-423-1246
This unique museum houses displays of surfing memorabilia. Anchored in New Smyrna Beach, home of the famous Ponce de Leon Inlet that draws surfers and pro surfers from around the world.
424 Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168 (upstairs at the historic 1911 Harvey Building)386-444-0387
The focal point of the museum is an exhibit devoted to New Smyrna’s founders. There’s also an Interior Gallery giving chronological overview of area history, starting with pre-historic Florida and continuing through 11 periods.
120 Sams Ave., New Smyrna Beach, FL386-478-0052
A mysterious 55’ x 86’ coquina foundation boasting walls five-and-a-half feet thick. Some claim it was a Spanish fort predating St. Augustine. Others believe this was founder Andrew Turnbull’s town mansion.
115 Julia Street, New Smyrna Beach, FL386-410-2890
Oldest retail shop on Flagler Avenue where you can watch the pottery made right on premises! Along with that, you’ll find great American-made art and crafts, and we ship too!
413 Flagler Ave., New Smyrna Beach, FL386-428-3726
Peter Wolf Toth has created sculptures called “Trail of the Whispering Giants” to honor Native Americans. He has created more than 74 sculptures across the U.S., several provinces and territories of Canada and Europe.
102 Arthur Avenue, Edgewater, FL386-795-0291
A unique gallery and gift shop featuring Mike Ring’s Award Winning coastal fine art photography, coastal home décor, jewelry, t-shirts, key lime products, local handmade crafts, high-quality yarn, ladies fashion accessories and more!
311 Flagler Avenue, Ste 103, New Smyrna Beach, FL386-427-1882
Several prehistoric shell mounds dating from 2,000 BC to 1565 AD. Snyder’s Mound is the largest. Two turn of the century buildings occupy the mounds and have aided in their preservation.
207 River Road, Oak Hill, FL386-428-3384
A historical site as well as a botanical Gardens. This 10-acre property is maintained by the Botanical Gardens of Volusia, Inc., an all-volunteer organization working to keep the gardens beautiful for everyone.
950 Sugar Mill Road, Port Orange, FL386-767-1735
This sugar mill was built during the uprisings of the Native Americans in the early 1800s. The mill, sugar plantations and all buildings were destroyed during the war between the Seminole Indians and the U.S.
600 Mission Drive, New Smyrna Beach, FL386-427-2284
Whether you are local or just visiting, you don’t want to miss viewing the array of over 50 local artists’ work! Come see the wonderful pottery, jewelry, watercolors, oil, graphic design, stitchery, and much more.
306B Flagler Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, FL386-428-1770
The Hub’s mission: Art Creating Community. It rents space to local artists and offers workshops and classes at all levels. The Hub brings the community together through events and extends the arts to the underserved.
132 Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach, FL386-957-3924
Around 2,000 BC, the Timucuan Indians created this kitchen midden of oyster and shellfish remains over a period of several hundred years. It’s the highest point of elevation in our area and resembles the shape of a turtle.
7611 South Atlantic Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, FL386-428-3384