West Palm Beach

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Norton Museum of Art
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7 reviews
Founded in 1941 by steel tycoon Ralph H. Norton, the Norton Museum of Art boasts a wonderfully varied collection of some 4 000 pieces, showcased in 19 rooms. — Michelin Guide
Henry Morrison Flagler Museum
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5 reviews
Step inside this fascinating Palm Beach National Historic Landmark where visitors can experience the splendor of the Gilded Age. — Where
Worth Avenue
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3 reviews
Affectionately called the Avenue by locals, this exclusive shopping street stretches four blocks and is famous for its beautiful architecture, hidden courtyards and numerous fountains. — Afar Magazine
The Spa at the Breakers Palm Beach
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2 reviews
This first-class hotel has no lack of modern fixtures and fittings. — Michelin Guide
Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society
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5 reviews
This 23-acre zoo is home to 700 animals from Florida, North, South and Central America, Australia and Madagascar including endangered Malayan tigers, Mexican spider monkeys and jaguars. — Where
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5 reviews
It's hands on at this veteran West Palm science museum. — Frommer's
Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County Museum
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4 reviews
Exhibits inside the old West Palm Beach courthouse (1916) tell stories about the cultures that come together in Palm Beach County. — Where
The Society of the Four Arts
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4 reviews
A library designed by prominent Mizner-peer Maurice Fatio, a children's library, a botanical garden, and the Philip Hulitar Sculpture Garden round out the facilities and are open daily. — Fodor's
Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens
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3 reviews
A set of art galleries in the studio and main house where she lived is surrounded by two acres of gardens with 300 species of rare palm trees, eight brick megaliths, a monumental figure. — Fodor's
Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum
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3 reviews
Designed by Civil War hero Lieutenant George Gordon Meade, this working brick lighthouse has been under the Coast Guard's purview since 1860. — Fodor's
Bethesda by the Sea
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2 reviews
This gothic-style Episcopal church had a claim to fame upon its creation in 1926: it was built by the first Protestant congregation in southeast Florida. — Fodor's
McCarthy's Wildlife Sanctuary
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3 reviews
With entry by reservation only, this wildlife sanctuary takes unwanted exotics and treats dozens of native animals that are sick or injured and then releases them back to the wild. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
The park includes 16 water slides and a lazy river. There's also a snack bar and Sno-Cone stand. — Where
Mounts Botanical Garden
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2 reviews
Stroll through a 14-acre oasis of tropical and native plants from around the world. — Where
Clematis Street
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2 reviews
Frequently cited as the historic heart of downtown West Palm, Clematis Street epitomizes the fun-loving atmosphere of the city. — U.S. News & World Report
Palm Beach Maritime Museum
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2 reviews
You can take a guided tour of the bunker through the museum's Peanut Island outpost. — Fodor's
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The park's 900 acres offer a wide variety of activities for the whole family. — Where
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