Attractions

Top Choice Museum in Palm Beach

Flagler Museum

This museum is housed in the spectacular 1902 mansion built by Henry Flagler as a gift for his bride, Mary Lily Kenan. The beaux arts–styled Whitehall was one of the most modern houses of its era and quickly became …
Top Choice Gardens in Palm Beach

Society of the Four Arts Botanical Garden

These stunning gardens were originally designed and cultivated by the Garden Club in 1938 as 'demonstration gardens' to showcase tropical plants that suited the South Florida climate. This included a garden suitable…
Area in Palm Beach

Worth Avenue

This quarter-mile, palm-tree-lined strip of more than 200 high-end brand shops is like the Rodeo Dr of the East. You can trace its history back to the 1920s when the now-gone Everglades Club staged weekly fashion sh…
Notable Building in Palm Beach

Sea Gull Cottage

Sea Gull Cottage was constructed in 1886 overlooking what was a freshwater lake (now the Intracoastal Waterway) by RR MCCormick, the Denver railroad and land developer. This was Flagler's first Palm Beach residence …
Church in Palm Beach

Bethesda-by-the-Sea

After visiting Tiffany's windows on Worth Ave, head to Bethesda-by-the Sea to admire its glorious Tiffany window and grand Gothic architecture. Built in 1926 to replace the first Protestant church of Palm Beach, it …
Beach in Palm Beach

Phipps Ocean Park

South of Southern Blvd on Ocean Blvd, before the Lake Worth Bridge, this is another place to catch rays.
Beach in Palm Beach

Palm Beach Municipal Beach

This is one of Palm Beach's two beautiful public beaches, both of which are kept seaweed-free by the town. Metered beachfront parking costs an absurd $5 per hour – head inland to snag free streetfront parking downto…