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Heading to Palm Beach? Here's What to Do...

| March 28, 2017 | Culture

We rounded up the seven must-attend events and venues while you are visiting Palm Beach “in season” this winter.


The Flagler Museum
A National Historic Landmark, Whitehall mansion was the Gilded Age estate of Standard Oil titan Henry Morrison Flagler, whose Florida East Coast Railroad and luxury hotels paved the way for Palm Beach to become a top resort. Cocoanut Row & Whitehall Way, 561-655-2833

International Polo Club

In the heart of horse country, polo enthusiasts enjoy grandstand seating, field tailgating, Sunday brunches, and après-polo celebrations during the prestigious 16-week winter polo tournament season. 3667 120th Ave. S. Wellington, 561-204-5687

The Norton Museum of Art
See works from Picasso, Renoir, and Jackson Pollock, along with photography and Chinese art collections, at this world-class gallery. 1451 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach, 561-832- 5196

Pan’s Garden
Visit this half-acre botanical garden, which has more than 300 species of native Florida plants and a bronze statue of Pan, the ancient god of shepherds, playing his enchanted pipe of reeds. 386 Hibiscus Ave., 561-832-0731

Phipps Ocean Park
South of town, the beach at this town-owned park is a great place to take a dip or snorkel in the Atlantic, find shade under a mature tree, or barbecue, then dine on picnic tables. 2100 S. Ocean Blvd., 561-227-6450

Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
Broadway hits like "Matilda" the musical and "Motown" the musical, comedians, rock concerts and classical music are among the 550 performances a year at the venue’s 2,195-seat concert hall, 300-seat playhouse, and 1,400-capacity outdoor amphitheater. 701 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach, 561-832-7469

Society of the Four Arts
Concerts, lectures, art exhibits, films, and classes are part of the cultural programming on a campus with libraries, outdoor sculpture and botanical gardens. 2 Four Arts Plaza, 561-655-7226

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