The four arts in question are drama, music, literature and art. In that spirit, the Society, a collection of classic Palm Beach architectural buildings, is host to live music performances, films and lectures. The facility also houses a children’s library.
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Distance: 1.4 miles
As a premier shopping and dining venue, The Square has shops and boutiques such as Anthropologie, Lululemon, Restoration Hardware, Sur La Table, and H&M. Newly opened dining options include the popular vegan restaurant Planta and Pura Vida juice bar. You can also catch a movie at the Muvico IMAX Theatre, bowl at Revolutions Bowling or have some laughs at the Improv Comedy Club and Dinner Theatre.
Distance: 1.4 miles
Open Tuesday through Saturday, the Norton Museum of Art is famously known for its magnificent collection of over 7,600 pieces of photography and amazing collections of Chinese, American, Contemporary and European art. Designed by Foster + Partners, the museum in itself is a work of art. There is also a restaurant, coffee shop and museum store where you can purchase accessories and gifts.
Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
Distance: 1.4 miles
As one of the premier performance arts centers in the southeast of Florida, the Kravis Center for Performing Arts includes four venues and is home to the Miami City Ballet and Palm Beach Opera art organizations. This venue holds hundreds of events and concerts throughout the year and attracts people from all over the world.
International Polo Club Palm Beach
Distance: 17.7 miles
With three state-of-the-art playing fields, a ball field and a stick, this polo club was built by the players for the players to showcase their skills. Enjoy gourmet brunches, après polo celebrations and thrilling polo games throughout the year.
Palm Beach Zoo
Distance: 4.7 miles
Enjoy koala, black bear and sloth experiences, let the kids splish and splash in the interactive fountain and see over 700 animals from Australia, South, North and Central America, Florida and Madagascar. There is also a cafe and plenty of concessions if you work up a hunger while trekking around the zoo.
Port of Palm Beach
Distance: 5.9 miles
As the fourth busiest container port in Florida and the 18th busiest port in the United States, the Port of Palm Beach exports on-demand resources such as diesel, molasses, liquid asphalt and other major bulk products to destinations across the globe. The Bahamas Celebration Cruise Ship also sails to the Bahamas every day, attracting over 275,000 people to the port during the year.
Winter Equestrian Festival
Distance: 19 miles
If you are a horse lover and enjoy show jumping and dressage displays, stop by the Winter Equestrian Festival where you can see some of the world's finest jockeys and horses jump, run and perform. This is the longest running horse show in the world, so don't miss out!
South Florida Fairgrounds
Distance: 11.7 miles
With 17 fun-filled days to enjoy and as one of the largest community events in Florida, the South Florida Fair provides fairgoers with first class stage shows, midway rides, top fair food and national concert performances. Also featuring the historic Yesteryear Village, themed expositions and five stages of non-stop entertainment, this event has something for everyone to enjoy.
iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre
Distance: 11.6 miles
See magnificent views of West Palm Beach while you attend a popular concert or first-class performance at the open-air iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre. This venue can hold 19,000 people and has performances by well-known greats such as Kelly Clarkson, Tim McGraw, Dave Matthews Band and Van Halen.
Worth Avenue Shopping
Distance: 0.2 miles
With classic shops and luxury boutiques, this popular shopping venue is home to a variety of popular brand names such as Cartier, Gucci, Hermes, Chanel, Ralph Lauren and Giorgio Armani. Worth Avenue is known to be one of the most beautiful shopping destinations in the country so put some reliable walking shoes on and start shopping!
Henry Flagler Museum
Distance: 1 miles
Considered one of the greatest Gilded Age mansions in the world, the Henry Flagler Museum is a must-see when visiting Palm Beach, Florida. Featuring exhibits, educational programs and guided tours throughout the year, the Henry Flagler Museum was built in 1902 and is now recognized as a national historic landmark.
The Royal Poinciana Plaza
Discover a spot on the island where style, energy and artistry meet a unique shopping oasis. Home to lovely landscaped courtyards, restaurants including Palm Beach Grill and Saint Ambroeus, and luxury retailers such as Zimmerman, Saint Laurent, Hermes, Jimmy Choo, LoveShackFancy, and Oscar De La Renta.
Society of the Four Arts
Just steps outside the hotel on the way to Worth Avenue, Pan's Garden takes its name from the bronze statue of Pan of Rohallion that graces the garden's entrance pool. The garden serves to protect and showcase Florida's indigenous plants and wildlife.