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, 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 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 six diverse gardens. Visitors can also experience Japanese culture through varied educational programs, seasonal events, bonsai display, Pan-Asian cuisine and a distinctive museum store.
The RAGTOPS MOTORCARS 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.