Things To Do in Florida: Palm Beach
Here’s a guide of what to do, where to eat and where to stay in Palm Beach.
Do & See
Prepare to browse an impressive collection of luxury brands and exclusive boutiques for the best in home furnishings, art, apparel and accessories. Posh cafés offer international cuisine, and historic walking tours of Palm Beach’s most glamorous blocks are available every Wednesday, Nov. 22–April 24.
Take a self-guided tour of Whitehall, the opulent home of Standard Oil and hotel magnate Henry Morrison Flagler. Built in 1902, the 75-room Gilded Age mansion was a gift for Flagler’s wife, Mary Lily.
Immerse yourself in the thrill of music, art, drama and so much more on this 10-acre campus located just a short stroll from the Intracoastal Waterway.
Eat & Stay
Take an arts-and-culture getaway and stay at this historical AAA Four Diamond hotel known for its Spanish colonial architecture and decor steeped in 1920s glamour.
Located at the AAA Five Diamond Breakers, Palm Beach—and named for its founder, Henry Morrison Flagler—AAA Four Diamond HMF is modern dining at its most dazzling. Enjoy a truly global menu—featuring everything from wild boar empanaditas and Lowcountry crab dip to duck bao buns—alongside a wine list of more than 2,000 selections.
After a long day of browsing Palm Beach art galleries, treat yourself to some authentic gelato and sorbet at this quaint shop with terrace seating just a block from busy Worth Avenue.