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A city in Brevard County in the US state of Florida, Melbourne is a principal city of the Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area. The city is located around 97 kilometers southeast of Orlando on the Space Coast. There are various festivals and events that happen in the city such as the Annual IndiaFest and the Melbourne Arts Festival happening in February and March, the Annual India Day happening in August, the Melbourne Main Street Fall Festival and the Melbourne Oktoberfest held in October, and the "Bible on parade" in the month of December. Major tourist attractions in the city include museums, art galleries, and botanical garden.
Foosaner Art Museum
Located in the heart of the Eau Gallie Arts District on the shores of the Indian River Rangoon, Foosaner Art Museum has accumulated about 3,000 objects spanning 20 centuries. The items in the museum's permanent collection reflect the lives of the natives who have lived in the community.
A vibrant entertainment and shopping destination, Downtown Melbourne is home to unique stores such as the Flop Shop, Downtown Divas, Indian River Shop, the Irish Shop, and many more. Visitors will be able to find interesting gifts and items to take home with them. Visitors can also meal at any of the 20 places to choose from. At Downtown Melbourne, monthly events are hosted to foster a feel of culture and are usually free of cost.
Florida Tech's Botanical Garden
An excellent place to visit for nature lovers, Florida Tech's Botanical Garden is a 15-acre botanical garden with a stream bordered by a palm trees and other tropical growths winding through the center of the campus. The main trail in the garden has been named as the "Dent Smith Trail". To conserve the flora and fauna, visitors are asked to not to take bicycles, dogs, and skateboards inside the garden.