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Attractions

The community of Palm Beach Shores on Singer Island and the remainder of Palm Beach County offer dozens of attractions to entertain you, as well. The Flagler Museum, Norton Gallery of Art and Hibel Museum of Art will appeal to your artistic side, while the South Florida Science Museum, Palm Beach Zoo at Dreher Park and Lion Country Safari will tempt the adventurer in you. And that’s just a sampling of what the area has to offer! You can experience the world class shopping of Palm Beach on internationally renowned Worth Avenue. Don’t forget to bring your clubs, because there’s no better place than South Florida for world-class golfing, either!

Beach Life

Palm Beach offers the ultimate beach experience, including many services and facilities.

Are you all set for a relaxing time on tthe beach? Don´t forget to enjoy a lounge chair, umbrella or cabana from Beach Services of Palm Beach. This company wants to help keep local beaches safe and clean, so future generations can still enjoy the love and the life of the beach.

Looking for things to do? Whether you want to go kayaking, parasailing, snorkeling or fishing, Visit Palm Beach is the best place to get insider tips on the best activities, attractions and restaurants.

You haven’t really seen the Palm Beaches until you have seen them from the Palm Beach Water Taxi. Your taxi could be a narrated sightseeing cruise, private charter, or a shuttle service to Peanut Island.

The Sailfish Marina has something for everyone, whether you come by car or boat. Experience the marina by walking on the docks and looking at the million dollar yachts or watching hundreds of fish in the crystal clear water. A relaxing tropical getaway is your for the taking with unique guest quarters, ship's store, and a dockside restaurant.

Visit Peanut Island Park located in the heart of the Lake Worth Lagoon!
This unique eighty acre tropical park is situated in the Intracoastal Waterway near the Lake Worth Inlet in close proximity to Singer Island & Palm Beach Shores. Fishing and snorkeling are popular activities in the beautiful clear waters that surround the island. Guarded and unguarded Swimming Beaches provide the perfect access for bathers of all ages to enjoy the sun and fun.

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Museums

Visitors to Palm Beach are never starved for culture thanks to the diverse museums in the area.

The Norton Museum of Art is one of the biggest cultural attractions in Florida. The Museum is internationally renowned for its permanent collection featuring American art, Chinese art, contemporary art, European art and photography. The Norton Museum of Art is famous for its masterpieces of nineteenth and twentieth century painting and sculpture by European artists such as Brancusi, Gauguin, Matisse, Miró, Monet, Picasso and by Americans such as Davis, Hassam, Hopper, Manship, O'Keeffe, Pollock and Sheeler.

The National Geographic Traveler dubbed the Flagler Museum “an absolute must-see for visitors to Palm Beach.” Throughout the year, the Flagler Museum produces exhibitions related to American's Gilded Age, the life of Henry Flagler and the history of Florida.

The South Florida Science Museum, located in West Palm Beach, provides curious minds of all ages with an entertaining and educational journey through science and technology. The Science Museum features more than fifty hands-on exhibits, a digital planetarium, freshwater and saltwater aquariums, as well as natural history exhibitions.

The Hibel Museum of Art boasts Edna Hibel paintings, original stone lithographs, drawings, dolls and sculpture along with many non-Hibel art works. The Edna Hibel Art Foundation is a non-profit organization which operates the Hibel Museum of Art through a  Board of Trustees. The Museum also offers a Concert Series on the second Sunday of each month from December through March.  

Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens invites guests to discover South Florida’s heritage and its connection with Japan by explore a series of six diverse gardens inspired by a different historical period and style of Japanese gardening. At Morikami, visitors can also experience traditional and contemporary Japanese culture through varied educational programs and seasonal events, bonsai display, Pan-Asian cuisine and a distinctive museum store.

The RAGTOPS MOTORCARS Museum encompasses three buildings on two entire city blocks. This museum is the perfect pit stop for all car lovers. Features include special interest automobiles, memorabilia, a soda bar, a drive in theatre, and The Station, with its vintage station wagons.

For a different perspective on Palm Beach, visitors can climb the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. This lighthouse from 1860 is operated by the Loxahatcheee River Historical Society.

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Nature & Animals

Nature lovers will have a fantastic time in Palm Beach, with its exciting mix of wildlife, zoo animals and a real drive-through safari.

MacArthur Beach State Park is a true "island in time." Visit this state park to explore nearly two miles of pristine beaches and to swim in the clear blue waters of the Atlantic. You will find shaded nature trails, where you can join a bird or butterfly walk. Experience "the real Florida" by touring the estuary and Munyon Island by kayak (self-guided or ranger-led). Check the website for special events, such as children's programs, guided snorkeling adventures and Under Moonlight concerts.

Ever seen a sea turtle? The Loggerhead Marinelife Center on the Atlantic Ocean in Palm Beach County is home to sea turtles and other coastal creatures. One of the many exhibits is a massive prehistoric Archelon sea turtle replica!

The Palm Beach Zoo houses over 1,400 animals within 23 acres of lush tropical habitat. The Zoo is a non-profit zoological organization that aims to provide an open-air classroom of living creatures to foster awareness, appreciation and respect for the natural world. Zoo visitors will find exciting animals from all over the world living in natural habitats, as well as a colorful carousel, an interactive water play fountain, a full service restaurant, a bird show, and many other programs and events.

At the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge you can experience the natural wonders of Boynton Beach Florida, where you will find exotic plants and wildlife. The Refuge is open to visitors every day from sunrise to dusk.

Lion Country Safari guarantees an exciting day out. Florida's only drive-through safari and walk-through amusement park gives you the opportunity to spend the day with over 900 animals.

The Florida State Parks website is your main resource for succesful visits to one of the many state parks in Florida. Are you looking for a specific park, information on fun activities and visitors services? The Florida State Parks website offers information and a helping hand.

Palm Beach County Parks tells you everything there is to know about the parks, services and amenities in Palm Beach County. Whether you are looking for a specific park or an exciting activity, Palm Beach County Parks will tell you where to go.

Busch Wildlife Sanctuary offers a one-of-a-kind opportunity to learn about Florida’s wildlife and natural environments. This unique wildlife sanctuary combines a nature center with a wildlife hospital. The wildlife's nature trail will lead you through pine flatwoods, oak hammocks, and cypress wetlands with many different wildlife habitats.

Mounts Botanical Garden is Palm Beach County's oldest and largest public garden. At Mounts you will find tropical and subtropical plants from around the world, including plants native to Florida, exotic trees, tropical fruit, herbs, citrus, palms and more.

Green Cay Nature Center overlooks a hundred acres of constructed wetland and provides educational opportunities about this unique habitat. This wetland is the county's newest nature center and features 1.5 miles of elevated boardwalk.

Gumbo Limbo is a must-see environmental experience that includes a nature center, outdoor seawater tanks, a sea turtle rehabilitation center, a boardwalk trail and a butterfly garden.

At the world headquarters of the American Orchid Society in West Palm Beach visitors can discover the beautiful, exotic, complex world of orchids. Take this opportunity to see rare orchids growing as they do in the wild. Or explore lush gardens and see exquisite orchids in the 4000 sq. ft. greenhouse.

Blowing Rocks Preserve is a peaceful barrier island sanctuary which shelters a number of endangered plants and animals, including three rare sea turtle species. The carefully restored habitats of this preserve have become a model for large-scale native coastal habitat restoration.

Rapids Water Park guarantees a day full of water fun for the whole family. Thrillseekers can slide down one of the many attractions, athletes can swim to their heart’s content in the cool blue water and the lazy river invites everyone to relax and float around. Other county waterparks include Calypso Bay Waterpark and Coconut Cove Waterpark. The Palm Beach County waterparks page offers detailed information.
 
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Golf

The Palm Beaches boast close to 50 golf courses designed by the best names in the industry. We offer great locations for a relaxing game of golf or some golf lessons. There are many choices for courses with variety & challenge. After all, Palm Beach is located in one of the country's most concentrated areas of championship golf.

PGA National Resort & Spa hosts the Honda Classic, an official PGA TOUR event, and offers a high-quality golf experience. Five spectacular, tournament-ready courses allow you to test your skills. A golf vacation at PGA National is not complete without a trip through The "Bear Trap", the legendary 15th, 16th, and 17th holes at The Champion, which many consider to be the toughest three-hole stretch in golf.
 
The North Palm Beach Country Club offers an eighteen-hole, Jack Nicklaus “Signature” Course. Other features are a lighted driving range, putting green, golf shop and well-appointed locker room. Additional sports facilities include ten lighted Har-Tru tennis courts, an olympic-sized swimming pool and a diving platform. One of the events organized is the Parent Child Golf Tournament.

Combine sports and nature for a fantastic experience at the Palm Beach Gardens Golf Course. This Par 72, Roy Case-designed course is one of the few golf courses in Florida that winds through natural preserved and wetlands areas. This means you get to enjoy breathtaking views while playing quality golf! Four sets of tees, excellent practice facilities and an aqua driving range make every day you spend at the course unforgettable.

Membership at Ironhorse Country Club gives access to 18 exhilarating and challenging holes. Ironhorse Country Club offers a private club experience within the sculpted grounds of a respected and private community.

Abacoa Golf Club offers South Florida residents and visitors one of the finest public golf experiences available. The 18-hole championship golf course, designed by renowned golf course architect Joe Lee, is surrounded by serene lakes and native vegetation. Abacoa Golf Club is the only South Florida golf course with flowing elevation changes, offering scenic views while creating exciting golf shots.

Palm Beach National Golf and Country Club is a fun and friendly golf club. Great music is played indoors and warm cookies are served in the golf shop. Passholders, event guests and daily-fee golfers alike have a great time at Palm Beach National.

Ranked as one of the Top 20 courses in the state of Florida and as a “must play” by Golf Links Magazine, Madison Green Golf Club is the first facility in Palm Beach County to use the revolutionary Visage GPS system in all of our golf carts. Madison Green Golf Club is the ideal location for a great round of golf, tournament, wedding, birthday or bar/bat mitzvah.

The Golf Club of Jupiter was founded in 1940 and features eighteen holes of excellent and challenging course design. Stop by the Pro Shop to find out why so many members and visitors call the Golf Club of Jupiter, "One of the best kept secrets in Florida."

Jupiter Dunes Golf Club is one of Florida's finest short courses, situated near the ocean on Jupiter’s natural estuary. The course was redesigned and rebuilt in 2003, and spreads 18 holes over 28 acres. The course is well treed and bunkered - natural and man-made water hazards come into play on twelve holes.

The Champion's Club was named a Top Ten New Golf Course in the country by Golf Magazine in 1995. Because of its natural beauty, the Champion's Club was the first public golf course to receive the Audubon Signature Sanctuary Statuary award.

Hammock Creek Golf Club creates a "World-Class Daily Fee Golf Experience." Hammock Creek combines the traditions of the game with state-of-the-art amenities, such as Clubcar carts and the VISAGE GPS Yardage System. Hammock Creek was designed by the father-son team of Jack Nicklaus and Jack Nicklaus II, and offers championship golf to players of all skill levels.

Atlantis Country Club is a semi-private club in Palm Beach County, Florida. Combining championship golf and fine dining for members as well as the public, Atlantis Country Club offers the best of both worlds. Guests enjoy the elegance and comfort of a private resort in a picturesque, warm and friendly environment open to the public year round.

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Shopping & Entertainment

Those interested in sports, concerts and shopping will find many venues in Palm Beach that cater to their taste.

The Gardens Mall in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, is a luxurious 1.4 million square foot regional shopping center, featuring over 160 fine specialty shops, anchored by Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdale's, Macy's and Sears. The shopping center is conveniently located one mile east of I-95, on PGA Blvd.

CityPlace is an open-air, mixed-use center that offers more than a hundred shops and restaurants. CityPlace boasts Italian-inspired architecture and a fresh menu of destination shopping, dining and entertainment, including the Muvico IMAX cinema complex and an eighteen-story, $110-million Class A office tower that has set a new benchmark for luxury office space in Florida.

Most concerts and performances in the Palm Beach area take place at the Cruzan Amphitheatre, a 19,000-seat open-air music venue in West Palm Beach, Florida. Concerts with general admission standing room usually take place in the the backstage area. Past events include Ozzfest and the Vans Warped Tour.

The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is located in West Palm Beach, Florida. The Center initiates many projects on local, national en international levels and has become one of the premier performing arts centers in the Southeast.

Roger Dean Stadium can accommodate 7,000 baseball fans and features luxury sky-box seating, permanent seating, parking and concessions. The $28 million venue is one of only four facilities in the country that has two Major League teams during Spring Training: The Jupiter Hammerheads and Palm Beach Cardinals of the Florida State League (A). In addition, the stadium hosts two minor league teams.

Children's dreams are realized at Palm Beach Gardens PLAYMOBIL®-FunPark. The little ones can slip into the roles of their favourite PLAYMOBIL®-figures: knights, pirates, farms, police and fire rescues, dollhouses, trains and more! The FunPark covers nearly 20,000 square feet and offers many different play areas.

Palm Beach International Raceway is owned and operated by a team of car collectors and professional racers. This team understands what racing is about and has created a state-of-the-art multi-track venue for all kinds of racing, including drag racing, golf kart racing and bicycle racing.

At the Carnival Flea Market you can shop till you drop without spending a fortune! With over 180 booths to choose from in a 35,000-square-foot air-conditioned building you will not leave empty-handed.

Palm Beach Kennel Club is a popular destination for those who are looking for fun, winning and excitement than at Palm Beach Kennel Club. In addition to year-round greyhound racing and simulcast action, visitors can enjoy the all-new Poker Room as well as fine and casual dining.

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Transport

TriRail is South Florida's commuter rail service. It offers a train service from Miami to Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach.

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