2023 Women of the Waves

  The 2023 Florida Women of the Waves event is set for June 2nd and 3rd in Cocoa Beach.Friday night we will be showing movies at Drift House, 7pm Cocoa […]

Early 70s Tomb and Reeves Donation

Florida Surf Museum recently received a donation of an early 70s Tomb and Reeves surfboard from Rebecca Hoch in memory of her husband Chuck Hoch. Rebecca and Chuck came from […]

Florida Women of the Waves 2022

Annual board Meeting- open to the public

Florida Surf Museum’s Annual Board Meeting is open to the public. Learn more about the museum and take the opportunity to get involved. The meeting will be held in the […]

‘Surfing Miami’ exhibit comes to Florida Surf Museum in Cocoa Beach, staying until March

  Hillard Grossman Reprinted from FLORIDA TODAY       Windex-colored water, pastel-painted buildings and bronze bodies typify South Beach. But lost in the world of models, muscles and “Musica […]


    A weekend of fun, family-friendly surfing competition with a division for everyone. The venue has changed this year to the Hilton, Cocoa Beach, 1550 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa […]

Kook Box Joins Museum Collection

Board collector Brian Wenzel brought an interesting piece to the museum to add to our collection- an 8ft blue kook box. The term kook box was slang for early surfboards […]

FSM Swapmeet (Paying It Forward)

A fun, hot day at the FSM swapmeet today. Special Olympics surfing athlete Jake Snyder (pictured with his dad Dean and… Posted by Florida Surf Museum on Monday, July 30, 2018

Surfing Santa Delivers a Christmas Memory

Written by John Hughes- pictures and story provided by Eddie Legge. A lifetime of surfing naturally accumulates many memories. They are meaningful in different ways, but nothing lingers in the […]

Rainbow Beauty

Melbourne Beach collector Bill Grey sent pics of this gem. Bill writes: This is an 8 ft. long Rainbow Surfboard, signed by Doug Wright, 1982. Absolutely Mint. I bought it […]