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Daytona Beach City Guide

Daytona Beach is known for its racing roots and 23-miles of white sand. Here are some tips for where to go, stay and eat in this Florida beach town.

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Jackie Robinson Museum, Statue and Ballpark
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Where to Go: Jackie Robinson Ballpark and Museum
The stadium is home to the Daytona Cubs, a feeder team for the Chicago Cubs. It was named after Jackie Robinson in 1990. The ballpark is now home to a museum and statue that honors Robinson's accomplishments as an athlete and "barrier breaker." Exhibits include information on Robinson's accomplishments on and off the field, his secret to stealing bases and a tribute to other athletes who broke barriers.

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