Sculpture  Garden at  Ann Norton Sculpture Garden   Palm Beach, Florida

Ann Norton Sculpture Garden

The former residence of Alabama-born artist Ann Vaughn Weaver is today an oasis within paradise. The enchanting gardens are home to colossal works in bronze, stone and wood set into lush surroundings. Between a collection of rare palms and flora and fauna, visitors become a part of the evolution of the artist's work, which embodies nearly four decades of her work.

Bicycling & Strolling

Starting at Royal Poinciana Way and winding north along the Lake Worth Lagoon is a true Palm Beach treasure: the Lake Trail. Henry Flagler built the path in the 1890s for his hotel guests to take quiet morning strolls. Open to the public, the trail is an extremely popular destination for bicyclists, skaters, joggers and moms with strollers. The five-mile-long ribbon of pavement winds past gorgeous lakefront homes and docks, affording a view of the West Palm Beach skyline on the other side of the lagoon. It is best in the early morning and late afternoon, when the sun is not beating down.

Ship at Boating ,Palm Beach, Florida


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Meuseum  at  Flagler Museum ,Palm Beach, Florida

Flagler Museum

The Beaux-Arts estate of South Florida developer and industry titan Henry Flagler is both a structural and social staple of Palm Beach. Now a National Historic Landmark, the once private home is a stunning public house museum that offers exhibitions highlighting all that is the Gilded Age. With gallery tours and children's activities, the museum evokes both nostalgia and awe, even to repeat visitors.

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Spa at Four Seasons Spa  , Palm Beach, Florida

Four Seasons Spa

The 11,000-square-foot spa at the Four Seasons offers a long list of beauty treatments, including Kate Somerville facials. There’s a large dedicated men’s area, the Willow Room, modeled after a barbershop where gents can enjoy traditional hot towel shaves.

Golf Scene

Palm Beach County is a golf Mecca. You can’t go anywhere without encountering greens, fairways and people who are dressed for the course. Such golf greats as Ray Floyd and Jack Nicklaus live in the area and many first-class courses are here. The Breakers has two 18-hole championship courses, one par-70 on the resort grounds and another Rees Jones-designed course that lies a ten-minute drive away. If you’re staying at the Breakers, play a round at the Ocean Course, Florida’s original eighteen-hole course, for the historical value if nothing else. Most of Palm Beach's resorts can arrange privileges at various area clubs.

Golf garden at Golf: Trump International Golf Club , Palm Beach, Florida

Golf: Trump International Golf Club

Donald Trump made a serious investment in his Trump International Golf Club, outfitting it with rolling hills and a lot of the over-the-top features (cliffs! waterfalls!) that you’d expect from Trump.

Exterior Palm  Beach at Indagare Tours: Historic / Architectural Palm Beach , Palm Beach, Florida

Indagare Tours: Historic / Architectural Palm Beach

Indagare's favorite Palm Beach tour guide quit a twenty-year-long career as a stockbroker to found a company specializing in architectural and historic tours of the city. All tours are private and by appointment only.

Polo C lub at International Polo Club Palm Beach , Palm Beach, Florida

International Polo Club Palm Beach

This impressive facility is about a thirty to forty-five-minute drive west of Palm Beach, but the experience is worth the trek. During the winter, all the world’s serious polo players congregate here to participate in prestigious tournaments like the U.S. Open. The action is thrilling, and so is the social scene. Tailgates, brunches and charity luncheons add to the festive atmosphere.


Palm Beach is not known for late nights or avant-garde dance clubs. The night scene here is a bit subdued, with most of the after-dark action concentrated in the bars and lounges around town. The Brazilian Court is a fun scene as is the bar at Michael R. McCarty’s, which has the atmosphere of a traditional gentleman’s club, with tropical touches.


An older crowd congregates at the Leopard Lounge, in the Chesterfield, where the drinks are stiff and the music live. The outrageous décor of lipstick red and leopard prints has long been the talk of the town. For a cabaret reminiscent of Café Carlyle, check out the Royal Room, at the Colony Hotel. The room is intimate and the entertainment includes classic acts.

Art Museum at Norton Museum of Art  , Palm Beach, Florida

Norton Museum of Art

Holding one of the area's most prominent exhibitions of American, Chinese, Contemporary, European Art and Photography, The Norton Museum offers an extensive collection of work in a down-to-earth, family-friendly environment. With programs and events for all ages and interests, the museum has become a South Florida cultural institution not to be missed.

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Palm Beach Art Fairs

As a new generation has started to buy and build full-time and part-time houses—both on the island of Palm Beach proper and in the vibrant West Palm Beach area—the art-collecting scene has evolved to elicit more passion and to encompass more interests than ever. Signs are evident in the kinds of art and furniture exhibited in local galleries along Worth Avenue and West Dixie Highway, in the more modern style of decorating in people’s houses and in the cutting-edge programs at such area museums as the Norton Museum of Art and Whitespace. But one of the best prisms through which to view the dynamism of this tropical retreat’s buying scene is to visit its series of winter art fairs.


In January and February, several major exhibitions stop in Palm Beach. The best ones to check out are the contemporary art Palm Beach 3 (, in January and Palm Beach Jewelry, Art and Antique Show ( in February.

Bicycle Shop at  Palm Beach Bicycle Trail Shop

Palm Beach Bicycle Trail Shop

One of the best ways to experience the natural beauty, well-groomed gardens, historic establishments and majestic oceanfront mansions of Palm Beach is by bicycle. Top Cycle, the island's leading bike specialist, offers rentals, sales, and repairs on everything from Formigli hand-made bicycles to motorized Vespas. Couples and families who want to explore the island should stop in and say hello to shop owner Patrick, who has intimate knowledge of the product and a welcoming smile.

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South Ocean at Par 3  , Palm Beach, Florida

Par 3

Recently renovated and redesigned by Hall of Fame golfer Raymond Floyd, this oceanside par 3 golf course offers spectacular views of the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic. The tropical setting and Paspalum turf make Par 3 one of the most fun golf courses in America. The course opened Clubhouse in early 2014, which houses the golf shop and men and women's lounges on the first floor and the much anticipated Al Fresco (from the famed Worth Avenue restaurant, Pizza Al Fresco) on the second floor.

Art  at Society of the Four Arts  , Palm Beach, Florida

Society of the Four Arts

A destination in its own right, The Society of the Four Arts offers something inspiring and educational for all ages in mediums of art, music, drama and literature. Encompassing an art gallery, a concert hall auditorium, two libraries, and a variety of sculpture and botanical gardens, the historic culture center puts on a variety of exhibits, cultural talks, children's programs, and opera and theatre telecasts. Deeply rooted in the history of some of Palm Beach's founding families, this state-of-the-art facility makes a wonderful cultural addition to any Palm Beach itinerary.

Skin Care Cream at  Tammy Fender Holistic Skin Care , Palm Beach, Florida

Tammy Fender Holistic Skin Care

Tammy Fender treats her client's skin with a holistic approach in her ethereal space in West Palm Beach. Book treatments well ahead of time for visits over holidays.

Interior View-Whitespace ,Palm Beach, Florida


Elayne and Marvin Mordes's home has been turned into a private contemporary art exhibition presenting curated displays of contemporary art with European influence. With the dual goal of introducing current trends by showcasing mid-career artists and funding a grant program that supports the arts, Whitespace offers a taste of cultural sophistication while giving back to the local community.

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