With our guide, you'll have access to the best of The Palm Beaches. Discover delectable cuisine prepared by skilled local cooks. Look for the ideal hotel for your staycation. Plan a quiet beach day and dig your toes into the powdery white sand.
1. ROSEMARY SQUARE
This indoor-outdoor mall has refined Mission Revival architecture & palm-lined common areas. The Square is a dynamic experiential neighborhood reimagining contemporary lifestyle as a destination for retail, cuisine, design, world-class art and mixed-use space. Located in the heart of Downtown West Palm Beach, The Square presents a thoughtfully curated mix of more than 50 shops and restaurants.
2. NORTON MUSEUM OF ART
The Norton Museum of Art is an art museum located in West Palm Beach, Florida. Its collection includes over 7,000 works, with a concentration in European, American, and Chinese art as well as in contemporary art and photography. Its mission statement is "to preserve for the future the beautiful things of the past." This is a great place to spend a relaxing afternoon and enrich yourself in the arts.
3. INTERNATIONAL POLO CLUB PALM BEACH
The International Polo Club Palm Beach, located in Wellington, Florida, is one of the largest polo clubs in the world. The club includes several natural grass polo fields, two of which are part of stadiums. The International Polo Club Palm Beach is the premier polo destination in the world, hosting the largest field of high-goal teams and the most prestigious polo tournaments in the United States. Polo enthusiasts descend upon Wellington, Fla., each winter season to enjoy their love of the sport in the most prominent and well‐equipped polo facility.
4. THE BREAKERS HOTEL
In the late 1890s, just before the turn of the century, industry tycoons and elegant socialites began flocking to the pristine shores of a new destination—a long strip of an island called Palm Beach. Today, the story of The Breakers continues, holding fast to the ideals that put it on the map—unapologetic luxury, seaside glamour and world-class service—but also embracing the new. This Italian Renaissance-style resort on a private beach is a 5-minute walk from the Flagler Museum, a 5-minute drive from West Palm Beach and within a mile of restaurants, shops and galleries.
5. MORIKAMI MUSEUM AND JAPANESE GARDENS
The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is a center for Japanese arts and culture located west of Delray Beach in Palm Beach County, Florida. Visitors are surprised to discover a century-old connection between Japan and South Florida. It is here that a group of young Japanese farmers created a community intended to revolutionize agriculture in Florida.Since opening in 1977, Morikami has been a center for Japanese arts and culture in South Florida. With rotating exhibitions, tea ceremonies performed monthly (October through May) in the Seishin-an tea house, educational outreach programs with local schools and organizations, and Japanese traditional festivals celebrated for the public several times a year, Morikami strives to spread appreciation for the living culture of Japan.
6. HILLSBORO INLET LIGHTHOUSE
Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse is a lighthouse located on the north side of Hillsboro Inlet, midway between Fort Lauderdaleand Boca Raton, in Hillsboro Beach, Florida. The light marks the northern limit of the Florida Reef, an underwater coral formation on the lower east coast of the state. Surrounded by water on three sides and on the other by the Hillsboro Club which restricts access to its property, the lighthouse is only available to tours four times a yearconducted by the preservation society via boat. We highly recommend visiting this fascinating landmark and learning about its history.