Palm Beach and the Treasure Coast

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  • 1. 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

  • 2. 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

  • 3. 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

  • 4. Currie Park

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    Frequent weekend festivals, including an annual celebration of seafood, take place at this scenic city park next to the Intracoastal Waterway...Read More

  • 5. Lion Country Safari


    Drive your own vehicle along 4 miles of paved roads through a cageless zoo with free-roaming animals (chances are you'll have a giraffe nudging...Read More

  • 6. Mounts Botanical Garden


    The oldest public green space in the county is, unbelievably, across the road from the West Palm Beach airport; but the planes are the last...Read More

  • 7. National Croquet Center

    Sports Venue

    The world's largest croquet complex, the 10-acre center is also the headquarters for the U.S. Croquet Association. Vast expanses of orderly...Read More

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    8. Norton Museum of Art


    Constructed in 1941 by steel magnate Ralph H. Norton and his wife, Elizabeth, the museum has grown to become one of the most impressive in South...Read More

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  • 9. Okeeheelee Nature Center

    Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

    Explore 2½ miles of trails through 90 acres of western Palm Beach County's native pine flatwoods and wetlands. The visitor center has a gift...Read More

  • 10. Palm Beach Photographic Centre

    Educational Institution

    Local artist Fatima NeJame, who started the organization in Delray Beach in 1977, achieved her dream of a larger cultural site devoted to photography...Read More

  • 11. Palm Beach Zoo


    At this 23-acre wild kingdom you can admire more than 700 animals, from the Florida panther to the giant Aldabra tortoise. Kids enjoy the zone...Read More

  • 12. Pine Jog Environmental Education Center

    Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

    The draw here is 135 acres of mostly undisturbed Florida pine flatwoods with 2½ miles of self-guided trails and demonstration landscaping, including...Read More

  • 13. Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum


    A beautifully restored 1916 courthouse in downtown opened its doors in 2008 as the permanent home of the Historical Society of Palm Beach County...Read More

  • 14. South Florida Science Center and Aquarium


    Both fresh- and saltwater aquariums greet the curious at this interactive, family-friendly science museum. Permanent exhibits of moon and Mars...Read More

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