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If you can pry yourself from the water, be sure to explore the other parts of Vero Beach. Visit the Zen-like atmosphere and lush tropical setting of McKee Botanical Garden. The 18-acre site is home to one of the largest varieties of water lilies in the country.
Catch a Broadway-caliber show or stand-up comedy at the Riverside Theatre. The state-of-the-art professional theater offers an intimate experience with impressive full-scale productions.
Shop at the eclectic neighborhood boutiques steps from the water on Vero Beach’s Ocean Drive. This beachside shopping district is made for leisurely strolling and lingering in unique shops and cafés. You can also browse for a deal from one of the 60 designer and brand names at the nearby mall Vero Beach Outlets.
For more artistic pursuits, Vero Beach Museum of Art, located on the east bank of the Indian River Lagoon, houses a sculpture garden and regional, state and international art exhibits.