Palm Beach Water Taxi
Water taxis run between downtown West Palm and Singer Island ($15), as well as to Peanut Island (round-trip $10), leaving from Singer...
Palm Beach Bike Shop
This shop rents all manner of wheeled transportation, including bikes ($39 per day), skates ($39 per day) and scooters ($100 per day).
Co-owned by Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil, this 8500-sq-ft rock bar–dance club has shiny choppers, rock memorabilia and a mammoth...
In this fashionable yet laid-back place, beach bums sit shoulder-to-shoulder with heiresses and enjoy the sandwiches, soups and...
Lonely Planet review
The only true museum on Palm Beach is probably the county's most fascinating. Housed in the spectacular 1902 mansion built by Henry Flagler as a gift for his bride, Mary Lily Keenan, the beaux arts–styled Whitehall Mansion is beyond belief. Built in 18 months, the elaborate 55-room palace was the first residential home to feature both a heating system and an air-con system; features pink aluminum-leaf wallpaper (more expensive, at the time, than gold); impresses with a 4750-sq-ft Grand Hall, the largest single room of any gilded-age private residence; and sports a drool-worthy billiards room. Don't expect many details about Flagler the Railroad Mogul, however, as the emphasis here is on the couple's opulent lifestyle. Gruesome tip: Flagler died as a result of injuries sustained from tumbling down the Grand Staircase, so watch your step.
The Café des Beaux-Arts treats you to a full 'Gilded Age-Style' lunch ($36), with finger sandwiches, scones and custom-blended teas. It's served 11:30am to 2:30pm Tuesday to Saturday, noon to 3pm on Sunday. Pinkies out!