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Commercial fishing has long been a staple of Titusville’s economy. In 1885, a Connecticut fisherman named George W. Scobie arrived in his schooner and established what would eventually become a large fishing fleet. With the arrival of the railroad,…

Located just outside the south gate of Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, immediately behind the SpaceX launch and control center building, this museum offers visitors an overview of the history of the U.S. Space Program presented through…

As the main visitor’s center at NASA's Kennedy Space Center (KSC), the complex features a wide range of exhibits, displays, and immersive experiences that simulate astronaut training. Highlights include the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit, which…

Located on the shore of the Indian River in downtown Titusville, this community river park is dedicated to the achievements and sacrifices of the men and women of the American Space Program. It features monuments to the Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, and…

The museum features an impressive collection of artifacts and memorabilia from the Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, and Shuttle programs as well as special exhibits on the Women of Space, unmanned missions, and the future of space exploration. The exhibit…

Located at the Spacecoast Regional Airport, this extensive collection of military aircraft from World War I to the Space Age offers visitors an opportunity to examine over 50 historic aircraft up close in two exhibit hangars. A dedicated team of…

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Explore Historic Titusville FL

Explore Historic Titusville FL is a free app that puts the city’s history, people, and memorable places at your fingertips. Discover the sites of Titusville’s long history—from its earliest Native American inhabitants, through its rough-and-tumble pioneering era, to its growth as a modern city with close connections to Cape Canaveral and the American Space Program. Self-guided walking and driving tours will direct you to dozens of highlighted spots on the interactive GPS-enabled map, providing stories, historic images, and vivid narration at each location. This app is brought to you by the Titusville Historic Preservation Board, the Department of State, Division of Historical Resources and the State of Florida.

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