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Marlene Jung
860-658-5058
marlene@sparkinstitute.org

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

The Palm Beach area has a number of fun and interesting venues that family members can enjoy while you’re at the Forum.
 
Mounts Botanical Garden
559 North Military Trail, West Palm Beach
561.233.1757
Mon-Sat 8:30-4:30; Sun 12-4
As Palm Beach County's oldest and largest public garden their gardens and programs provide the best horticultural and botanical information available related to South Florida's unique plants and environment. Over 2000 species of tropical, subtropical and exotic plants from six continents, including arid-land, aquatics and edible landscapes thrive across 14 urban acres.
 

The Palm Beach Zoo
1301 Summit Blvd, West Palm Beach
561.533.0887
Daily 9 -5
Fifteen hundred animals and 23 acres of tropical habitat including otters, Malayan tigers, kangaroos, tropical birds and monkeys, Florida panthers, siamangs, bush dogs, giant anteaters Patagonian cavies, and Baird’s tapirs.

The zoo also features a carousel, water fountain the Harriet W. and the George D. Cornell Tropics of the Americas Exhibit, named by Animal Planet as one of the "Ultimate Zoo" exhibits in 2006, and showcasing both the animals and the native culture found in the Central and South American regions.3-acre recreation of a Central and South American rainforest with Mayan pyramids, sculptures, and music.

 
Island Living Tours
Palm Beach
561.868.7944
Bicycling and chauffer driven tours of the island and town, with historical and anecdotal narrative on the famous (and infamous) and featuring the exquisite architecture, opulent mansions, exotic sea and landscapes of Palm Beach.
A Latte Fun Indoor Playground & Café (indoor playground)
Palm Beach Gardens
561. 627.1782
Call for hours
Parents get to escape to the café and coffee shop for healthy breakfast & lunch items, specialty coffee drinks, espresso, free WI-FI and comfy seating. The kids (up to 7) get to play on the inflatable slide, built-in trampoline, foam pit, enjoy puzzles games, and pretend “town” with market, dress-up shop, and kitchen. Venue features trained staff supervision for the 4000 sq ft indoor play and infant only areas.
 
Diva Duck Tour Over Land and Sea
511 Hibiscus St., West Palm Beach
1.800.979.3370
Call for schedule
An amphibious 75 minute tour, on land and riding high through the Historic Neighborhoods, past along Lake Worth Lagoon, then in the water, cruising the Intracoastal Waterway to see the manatees, turtles, dolphins, blue herons, and pelicans near Peanut Island, the glamorous mansions lining the coast of Palm Beach and the site of the J.F. Kennedy Bomb Shelter. Then back on land via the Currie Park boat ramps and through the Clematis Street Shopping District, past Centennial Fountain and returning CityPlace.
 
South Florida Science Museum
4801 Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach
561.832.1988
Open daily
The Museum includes contains an aquarium, planetarium, observatory, science trail, Egypt Gallery, miniature galaxy golf and conducts laser concerts. Aquarium and planetarium exhibits include coral, baby gators, glow in the dark fish and underwater fish and gator cams down to 18 ft depths. Special exhibits on the world’s maritime history and solar powered model trains and town are also open.
 
The Museum at Ragtops Motorcar
2119 South Dixie Hwy, West Palm Beach
561.655.3836
Mon-Sat 10-5
Three buildings spread over two entire city blocks packed with special interest automobiles, including vintage station wagons. Soda bar, drive in theatre, new tropical art deco showroom, unique gift boutique alongside a museum highlighting America's love affair with the automobile.
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