To help slow the spread of the coronavirus, DeBary Hall Historic Site is closed until further notice.
DeBary Hall Historic Site welcomes individuals, families, and larger groups of visitors. To help you explore, we offer award-winning exhibits; multimedia programs; and guided tours focusing on the St. Johns River region, the winter house and lands, and Florida people who worked at the big estate.
At the Visitors Center, you can explore the historic St. Johns river in an Imagidome Theater presentation that recaps some of the history of the beautiful river and Frederick deBary's role in its development.
Trek along the Spring-to-Spring Trail that traverses land owned by Volusia County and the St. Johns River Water Management District, and have a picnic in the new trailhead pavilion. And, don't miss the new DeBary Hall gift shop full of unique treasures.
198 Sunrise Blvd.
DeBary, FL 32713
386-668-3840 or 386-736-5953
Tuesday through Saturday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday: noon to 4 p.m.
(Last guided tour begins at 3:30.)
From Interstate 4: Take exit 108 and turn right (west) on Dirksen Drive. Turn right on Mansion Boulevard and left on Sunrise Blvd and follow the signs to the parking lot.
From U.S. 17-92: Go east on Dirksen Drive. Turn left on Mansion Boulevard. Turn left on Sunrise Boulevard and follow the signs to the parking lot.
Children (Ages 3 to 12) $2
Educational tours* $3
Please call (at least two weeks in advance) to make arrangements.
DeBary Hall now offers tour topics to cater to your group's special interests.
The first floor of DeBary Hall is wheelchair-accessible, and visitors can explore theentire site through easy-to-navigate multimedia programs. These interactive offerings include a room-by-room virtual tour of the house, plus a look at the grounds and the larger estate.
DeBary Hall Historic Site is owned by the State of Florida and managed
by Volusia County’s Parks, Recreation and Culture Division.