- 1 Space Coast Regional Airport (TIX IATA), Columbia Blvd (State Road 405). A small airport for general aviation with no scheduled commercial flights.
Nearest airports for commercial flights are at:
- Melbourne-Orlando International Airport (MLB IATA), is the major commercial airport for the Space Coast in Brevard County that is closest to Titusville, 40 mi (64 km) south in Melbourne. It is served by Allegiant, American Eagle, Delta Connection and Elite from other major U.S. east coast cities and by TUI from several cities in Great Britain.
- Orlando International Airport (MCO IATA), the nearest large commercial airport, roughly 40 mi (64 km) away. The airport also serves as focus city for Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest and Spirit Airlines as well as a host for most major U.S. and foreign flag carriers to/from the Americas, Europe and from all over the US.
- Orlando-Sanford International Airport (SFB IATA), a small commercial jetport for regularly scheduled flights with Allegiant Airlines and a limited number of seasonal or charter flights with Sun Country, Flair (Canada); Suriname Airlines (Suriname); and Swoop (Canada), located roughly 35 mi (56 km) away.
- Interstate 95 (I-95) Melbourne is accessed from exits #212 ("FL Hwy 407 Kennedy Space Center") through #223 ("FL Hwy 46 Sanford Mims") along I-95. There are four exits from I-95 into town. Downtown can be accessed from Exit #220 ("FL Hwy 406 Titusville Historic Dist") from both directions of I-95.
- Washington Ave goes north towards New Smyrna Beach and south towards Port St John, Cocoa, Rockledge, Melbourne and Palm Bay. Goes through town as Washington Ave.
- Cheney Highway Connects Titusville to Orlando through Seminole Ranch and St Johns Wildlife Refuge. It goes through town as Cheney Hwy and ends at its intersection with US Hwy 1 (Washington Ave). It is accessed from I-95 at Exit #215.
- Columbia Blvd Connects from its intersection with FL-50 (Cheney Hwy) and South St, across town, to its terminus in US 1. The roadway continues across the causeway into Cape Canaveral as W NASA Pkwy.
- and . FL-528 connects Cocoa, at 15 mi (24 km) south of town, to Orlando International Airport through the Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area. Going east it goes through Cocoa and becomes FL-A1A upon crossing the Indian River into Cape Canaveral. It is accessed from I-95 at Exit #205. This is the most direct route to Brevard County from Orlando International Airport. From west of the St Johns River (sw of town) FL-528 splits with FL-407 going north/northeast into Titusville as Challenger Memorial Pkwy.
- Atlantic Ave This section of A1A goes from its intersection with Fl-528 (from between Titusville and Cocoa) down through Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, Satellite Beach, Indiatlantic, Melbourne Beach, Archie Carr Wildlife Refuge and Indian River Lagoon Preserve State Park in Brevard County. US 1 continues the drive up north towards New Smyrna Beach.
- 2 Greyhound & Flixbus, (bus stop) Sunshine Chevron at 3585 Cheney Hwy (Off of Exit #215 of I-95.), ☏ , toll-free: . Travels primarily on Interstate 95 (Miami, Ft Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Jupiter, Port St Lucie, Ft Pierce, Vero Beach, Sebastian, Rockledge, Titusville, Edgewater, New Smyrna Beach, Daytona Beach, Palm Coast, Jacksonville). Passengers transfer in Jacksonville, West Palm Beach, Miami or Orlando to reach other cities. Check Schedules.
- Cocoa Beach Shuttle, Port Canaveral Cruise Terminal, ☏ . By appointment for pick up/drop off at your door. Specialize in Port Canaveral, Cocoa Beach Areas. Also serve entire Brevard County, Disney, Universal and I-Drive areas from Port Canaveral Cruise Terminal, Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Melbourne Orlando Airport (MLB).
- Melbourne Airport Express, (office) 1 Air Terminal Pkwy, ☏ , toll-free: 1 800 826-4544. (airport ticket counter) Daily 5AM-11PM; Call to arrange pick up at your door. Door to door connection to Melbourne-Orlando International Airport (MLB); Orlando International Airport (MCO) in Orlando and the Port Canaveral Cruise Line Terminal.
- Space Coast Area Transit operates intercity routes within Brevard County from Titusville with the following:
- 1 Connects Titusville Government Center to Viera Government Center through Cocoa & Rockledge along US Hwy 1 and S Fisk Blvd (SR-519). Passengers transfer to Rt #29 from the Viera Government Center to reach Melbourne. This route begins/ends in front of the Government Center Building (facing south) on South St (SR 405).
- 5 Continues north to Scottsmoor via Mimms along US Hwy 1. There are are no connections to Votrans to continue into Volusia County. Nearest Votran stop (#41) is another 10 mi (16 km) north of Scottsmoor at US Hwy 1 and Halifax in Oak Hill. First/last stop for the #5 bus is at Titus Landing south of town. North bound buses go north, through downtown, along Washington St, 1 block east from the Government Center.
- Space Coast Area Transit is the local Brevard County bus service. It is a cheap way to get around and is handicap accessible. The website provides maps and timetables. Buses travel to most sites and places of interest. $1.25 per ride, or $35 for a monthly pass.
Titusville is roughly due west from all the rocket launch facilities at Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, across the Indian River. Any river-side location in the city provides an excellent view of any launch.
- Airboat Rides at Midway, 28501 E Colonial Dr, Christmas (West from Titusville along Hwy 50). Boat tour agency running Airboat rides through the St Johns River Management area.
- Cocoa Beach Sportfishing Charters, 800 Scallop Dr, ☏ . Deep sea fishing charters leaving from Cocoa Beach and Port Canaveral, 25 minutes drive from Titusville on the Space Coast. Catch Dolphin, Wahoo, Sailfish, Grouper and many others. Children Welcome.
- River Lanes Family Entertainment Center, 800 Cheney Hwy, ☏ . Bowling alley, restaurant, bar, pool tables, and arcade games.
- 1 American Police Hall of Fame and Museum, 6350 Horizon Dr, ☏ . Houses law enforcement exhibits, a memorial, and a hall of fame. Adjacent to it exists a family-friendly shooting range with rentals available.
- 2 Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum, 6600 Tico Road, ☏ . Over 45 historic warbirds from the beginnings of aviation to the present day.
There are Harley-Davidson, Hobby Lobby, Bealls, Target, Hibbit Sports, and Staples stores in Titusville.
- Dixie Crossroads Seafood Restaurant, 1475 Garden Street, ☏ . Seafood.
- 1 Dogs 'R Us, 4200 S Washington Ave. American bar food.
- 2 El Leoncito, 2800 South Washington Street. Mexican and Cuban food.
- 3 Shiloh's Steak & Seafood, 3665 S Washington Ave, ☏ . Located on the shores of the Indian River Lagoon with a direct view of NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Shiloh's offers ideal water-front ding.
- 4 Sunrise Bread Company, 315 S Hopkins Ave. Chipper longtime bakery and coffeehouse pairing its breads, rolls, and java with free WiFi and more.
- New York New York, 5401 Riveredge Dr. Surf n' Turf in an old house with a tiki bar overlooking the river and the NASA launch pad.
- 5 Bagel 13, 1250 Garden Street, ☏ , email@example.com. M-F 5:30AM-3PM, Sa Su 6AM-2PM. All day breakfast and lunch, bagels baked fresh from scratch every day. Great bagel sandwiches. Other breads also available, salads, coffee, espresso, smoothies, house-made cream cheese. Online ordering, delivery available through Doordash, UberEats, Grubhub.
- Playalinda Brewing Company - Brix Project, 5220 S Washington Ave. Modern microbrewery offering gourmet pub grub and cocktails in a warm, casual setting with a patio.
Motels and Hotels
- Best Western Space Shuttle Inn, 3455 Cheney Highway, ☏ , toll-free: , fax: .
- 1 Hampton Inn, 4760 Helen Hauser Boulevard, ☏ , fax: .
- Ramada Inn Kennedy Space Center/Titusville, 3500 Cheney Highway, ☏ .
- 2 Manatee Hammock Campground, 7275 South U.S. Hwy 1, ☏ , firstname.lastname@example.org. Bellwood.
- Titusville / Kennedy Space Center KOA, 4513 West Main Street, ☏ , toll-free: , email@example.com. You can also reserve online or by calling the 800 number.
- Canaveral National Seashore
- Kennedy Space Center - the most famous attraction of the Cape Canaveral area, which brought on the nickname "Space Coast." Regularly scheduled tours of the facility and museum. See Space Shuttle Atlantis on display, experience the Space Shuttle Launch experience where you feel what it was like to blast off on the Space Shuttle, take a bus tour through the operational areas of the Kennedy Space Center where you can see the Vehicle Assembly Building and Launch Pads, touch a moon rock, learn about the future of space flight or meet a Veteran Astronaut.
|Routes through Titusville|
|Daytona Beach ← Mims ←||N S||→ Cocoa → West Palm Beach|
|Daytona Beach ← Mims ←||N S||→ Cocoa → West Palm Beach|
|becomes in Cocoa ← Cape Canaveral ←||N S||→ Melbourne Beach → Vero Beach → Stuart|
|Orlando ← Jct ←||E W||→ END at Jct|
|Orlando International Airport ← Jct ←||E W||→ becomes in Cocoa → Cape Canaveral|