Historic Cocoa Village

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Cocoa Village

Take a step back in time and enjoy a unique shopping experience.

Historic Cocoa Village is located in old, restored downtown Cocoa between U.S. 1 and the Indian River, adjacent to State Road 520.

Strolling down the streets of restored downtown Cocoa, Florida, you will see a number of homes and buildings on the National Historic Register – some of them dating back to the 1880s. Cocoa Village is a growing, evolving community where you can take a step back into time as you explore antique stores housed in historic buildings, eat an old fashioned ice cream cone, or just enjoy a cup of coffee in a Victorian-style coffee house.

Local Jazz and Classical musical groups entertain the crowds, holiday celebrations include a New Orleans-style Mardi Gras, and five art & craft shows are scheduled annually.


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Hidden in the midst of hundred-year-old majestic oak trees the riverfront community dating back to the 1860s. Historic Cocoa Village is an enchanting spot on Florida’s Space Coast recognized for being rich with old-fashioned Southern charm and hospitality. This picturesque town on the Indian River banks offers unique shopping opportunities and great entertainment. If you’re planning a vacation to Florida and haven’t determined your destination, don’t overlook this area.

Strolling down the streets of restored downtown Cocoa, Florida, you will see a number of homes and buildings on the National Historic Register – some of them dating back to the 1880s. Cocoa Village is a growing, evolving community where you can take a step back into time as you explore antique stores housed in historic buildings, eat an old fashioned ice cream cone, or just enjoy a cup of coffee in a Victorian-style coffee house.
cocoa-village-playhouse The smiles and charisma of the people who make up this historic neighborhood will quickly win you over. The local playhouse regularly puts on Broadway musicals and performances. The restaurants have a touch of Southern spice, but with the appeal of comfort cooking. The shopping array is made up of bookstores, gift shops, clothing boutiques, art galleries, antiques shops and craft stores (Travis Hardware is more than 100 years old!). Let’s find out what’s in store at Cocoa Village


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