Palm Beach and the Treasure Coast

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Palm Beach and the Treasure Coast - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Blowing Rocks Preserve


    Managed by the Nature Conservancy, this protected area on Jupiter Island is headlined by an almost otherworldly looking limestone shelf that...Read More

  • 2. Delray Municipal Beach


    If you're looking for a place to see and be seen, head for this wide expanse of sand, the heart of which is where Atlantic Avenue meets A1A...Read More

  • 3. Henry Morrison Flagler Museum


    The worldly sophistication of Florida's Gilded Age lives on at Whitehall, the plush 55-room "marble palace" Henry Flagler commissioned in 1901...Read More

  • 4. Hobe Sound Nature Center

    Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

    Though located in the Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge, this nature center is an independent organization. The exhibit hall houses live baby...Read More

  • 5. John D. MacArthur Beach State Park


    If getting far from rowdy crowds is your goal, this spot on the north end of Singer Island is a good choice. Encompassing 2 miles of beach and...Read More

  • 6. Jonathan Dickinson State Park

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    This serene state park provides a glimpse of predevelopment "real" Florida. A beautiful showcase of Florida inland habitat, the park teems with...Read More

  • 7. Jupiter Beach


    Famous throughout all of Florida for a unique pooch-loving stance, the town of Jupiter's beach welcomes Yorkies, Labs, pugs—you name it—along...Read More

  • 8. Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum


    Designed by Civil War hero Lieutenant George Gordon Meade, this working brick lighthouse has been under the Coast Guard's purview since 1860...Read More

  • 9. Loggerhead Park Marine Life Center of Juno Beach

    Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

    Located in a certified green building in Loggerhead Park—and established by Eleanor N. Fletcher, the "turtle lady of Juno Beach"—the center...Read More

  • 10. Manatee Lagoon


    Once a casual spot next to the local electric plant's discharge waters, this center celebrating the manatee—South Florida's popular winter visitors...Read More

  • 11. McKee Botanical Garden


    On the National Register of Historic Places, the 18-acre plot is a tropical jungle garden—one of the most lush and serene around. This is the...Read More

  • 12. Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens


    The boonies west of Delray Beach seems an odd place to encounter one of the region's most important cultural centers, but this is exactly where...Read More

  • 13. Sebastian Inlet State Park


    The 1,000-acre park, which runs from the tip of Orchid Island across the passage to the barrier island just north, is one of the Florida park...Read More

  • 14. The Breakers


    Built by Henry Flagler in 1896 and rebuilt by his descendants after a 1925 fire, this magnificent Italian Renaissance–style resort helped launch...Read More

  • 15. Worth Avenue

    Pedestrian Mall

    Called "the Avenue" by Palm Beachers, this half-mile-long street is synonymous with exclusive shopping. Nostalgia lovers recall an era when...Read More

  • 16. A.E. Backus Museum & Gallery


    Works by one of Florida's foremost landscape artists and leader of The Highwaymen artist group, Albert Ernest Backus (1906–90), are on display...Read More

  • 17. Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens


    This landmarked complex is a testament to the creative genius of the late American sculptor Ann Weaver Norton (1905–82), who was the second...Read More

  • 18. Armory Art Center

    Educational Institution

    Built by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in 1939, this art deco facility is now a nonprofit art school hosting rotating exhibitions...Read More

  • 19. Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge

    Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

    The most robust part of the northern Everglades, this 221-square-mile refuge is one of two huge water-retention areas accounting for much of...Read More

  • 20. Atlantic Dunes Park


    Quiet and green, this has the opposite vibe of the main beach a few miles up. What it also has are lush pine trees under which are picnic tables...Read More

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