8 Things To Do in Vero by The End of Summer

We took a list of the top things to do in Vero Beach for adults. We then took a list of the top things to do in Vero Beach for children. The list below is where they overlapped. We encourage you to get out and do something new, exciting and fun.

#1 – Riverside Theatre

Late night comedy, free outdoor concerts, professional ballet, children’s ballet, camps, and children’s theatrical musicals and shows.
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McKee Botanical Garden#2 – McKee Botanical Garden

Exotic plants, historical buildings, ponds, bridges & trails through a local tropical jungle.
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#3 – Vero Beach Museum of Art

Regular exhibits, sculpture, classes, art camps, well informed staff, dining and jazz concerts.
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#4 – Round Island Beach Park

A new facility with restrooms, paved parking, covered pavilions, easy beach access and a playground. Lifeguards on duty 9:10am – 4:50pm.
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Environmental Learning Center#5 – Environmental Learning Center

64-acres of learning on an island in the Indian River Lagoon. A Discovery Station with aquariums and exhibits, annual EcoFest, golf tournament, walk along raised wooden boardwalks, gift shop, boating, workshops, summer camps, canoeing and hiking.
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McLarty Treasure Museum#6 – McLarty Treasure Museum

Real Spanish treasure from 1715 and other historical artifacts. Pottery, weapons, and salvaged ship wreckage. Purchase a piece of history in the gift shop.
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Pelican Island Refuge#7 – Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge

America’s First National Wildlife Refuge. Reservations can be made with a local boat tour operator or local boat, kayak and canoe tour vendors that offer rentals.
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#8 – Royal Palm Pointe ParkRoyal Palm Pointe Park

Kick back, relax and picnic on leveled grass seating or shaded picnic tables. Fishing off the dock, enjoy bay views, and a splash pad with fountains for children.
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