“Palm Beach, an island where 25 living billionaires have homes, yacht slips, and club memberships, is buzzier and busier than ever.”
— Town & Country
This scenic street—which stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to Lake Worth—is decorated with flowers and palm trees. Here, in the heart of Palm Beach, is a world-class collection of brands and restaurants.
PALM BEACH LAKE TRAIL
Ride this 5.5-mile (and car-free) route on one of our custom branded beach cruisers. This excursion is recommended for families—or, for those who fancy a glance at Palm Beach's most fabulous estates.
ROYAL POINCIANA PLAZA
This chic and retail-centric oasis is located 1.5 miles from the resort's entrance. It's sprinkled with fashionable stores as well as fitness studios and restaurants (like Palm Beach Grill and Sant Ambroeus).
SOCIETY OF THE FOUR ARTS
Established in 1936, this culture-focused destination is famous for its arts events and programming (which include concerts, exhibitions, and films).
PALM BEACH PAR 3 GOLF COURSE
Pros (and Ams) are invited to tee off at the public, Raymond Floyd-designed "Palm Beach Par 3" course—which is situated, scenically, between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal.
Henry Morrison Flagler commissioned the firm Carrère and Hastings to create this grand and marble-covered mansion in 1902. The "Whitehall" estate is, now, a museum that continues to celebrate the Gilded Age.
KRAVIS CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
This world-class center caters to the Palm Beach and West Palm Beach communities with an extensive schedule, featuring shows like concerts as well as dance and theater performances.
NORTON MUSEUM OF ART
Ralph Hubbard and Elizabeth Calhoun Norton's collection has come to feature 7,600 works across across its five focuses (American, Chinese, Contemporary, European, and Photography).
This historic (but newly renovated) attraction is home to 500+ animals—a must-see for adults and children, alike.
SOUTH FLORIDA SCIENCE MUSEUM
The former South Florida Science Museum was founded by the Junior League of Palm Beaches in 1959. It has, since, been enhanced to feature an aquarium and a planetarium—plus, a miniature golf course with a conservation theme.
Discover these drive-through (and walk-through) safaris, where one can interact with 900 animals that include lions as well as giraffes and zebras.
MORIKAMI MUSEUM AND JAPANESE GARDENS
This museum is dedicated to Japanese arts and culture, between its 16-acre garden (which is decorated with bonsai and the Seishin-an tea house) and its exhibitions.