Get out and Explore Palm Beach County

The Palm Beach County area has many of the staples one expects when visiting a new area. There is a city zoo, great museums and cultural activities. There are also miles of spectacular coastline, wildlife and world class golf courses. 

If you are coming with the family (depending on the season), you will want to make sure and check out the Palm Beach Zoo. This half-day attraction will fascinate both the young and old. The sheer volume of active animals and learning exhibits will keep the minds and cameras active. 

If you are the typical Florida traveler, you will want to know where to go for fun in the sun. Lake Worth has an excellent public beach and pool where you can avoid parking hassles and the pretentious crowd. 

Another big area draw is Roger Dean Stadium. During February and March, professional baseball teams come to the area to train and play exhibition games in preparation of the regular season. This is a great time to meet players, collect autographs and get some great pictures. Later on in the year, the stadium is home to two minor league ball clubs. 

Don't forget the area is great for wildlife consumption. Grab your camera and backpack and head to one of the many parks and hiking trails in the area. 



Occupying the mansion that Standard Oil founder Henry Flagler built for his wife in 1902, this museum recreates the luxury of the early 20th century. The Beaux-Art style structure was saved from the wrecking ball in 1959 and restored to its...  Read More



The Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach has grown to become one of Florida's top cultural centers. The Museum has amassed a great collection of works including pieces by Matisse, Monet and Picasso. The directors ensure that the top traveling...  Read More

Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens


Ralph Norton, who founded the Norton Museum of Art, shared the home that houses this sculpture garden with his second wife, whose works are on display. Ann Norton's sculptures are scattered throughout the house and gardens, which were created...  Read More

Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society


From its early beginnings, when a few farm animals were the only attraction, this zoo has grown to include hundreds of specimens and 23 acres of habitat. Among the residents you'll see are black bears, jaguars, macaws, emus, wild turkeys,...  Read More



A few miles up the road from Palm Beach lives Roger Dean Stadium. The complex is the Spring Training home of the St. Louis Cardinals and Miami Marlins during the Feb/March months. Later on, it turns into the full-time home of the Palm Beach...  Read More

Mounts Botanical Garden


Spread across this garden's 14 acres is a wealth of plants that thrive in South Florida's temperate climes. Specimens from six continents illustrate how diverse the growing conditions are in the region, and visitors can wander among plants that...  Read More

Loggerhead Marinelife Center of Juno Beach


The goal of this small museum is the preservation of the marine environment and the creatures that populate it, especially sea turtles. In the museum, interactive displays educate visitors on the local environment, while nature trails take the...  Read More



If outdoor activities get your blood pumping, this expansive park provides more than enough diversions to occupy your time. Over 11,000 acres of land guarantee plenty of space for the multitude of visitors who come to hike, camp, bike, and...  Read More



The Kravis Center for Performing Arts offers its version of Broadway theater (such hits as "Jersey Boys", "Catch Me If You Can", "Mary Poppins", "Peter Pan", "The Brand New Kid", concerts (the National Symphony of Cuba, the St. Lawrence String...  Read More

Palm Beach


This circa-1926 Palm Beach landmark is a tribute to Henry Morrison Flagler – the man who helped develop much of Palm Beach – by his heirs. Constructed in Italian Renaissance style, the opulent hotel features handpainted ceilings, Flemish...  Read More


Meet Kristopher Neild

Kris is a South Florida resident, living close to the coast in West Palm Beach. The area lets him delve into his vices - beaching, bar-hopping and baseball. Besides writing about travel &...  More About Kristopher