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What to do in Palm Beach during Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach 2020

Next year, thousands of car connoisseurs will gather at the South Florida Fairgrounds in Palm Beach for Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach 2020. 

There is plenty of time to start planning your trip to Palm Beach. Here are some of our Palm Beach favorites:

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Municipal Beach

Take advantage of Florida’s spring weather and visit Municipal Beach. Escape the spring break crowds at this quiet, low-key beach. Municipal Beach is perfect for relaxed swimming, sunbathing, sunrise and sunset watching. Need a break from the sand? There are also stores for shopping nearby. 

Worth Avenue

Looking for a place to shop? Worth Avenue is the place to shop until you drop. Stretching four blocks, Worth Avenue is an upscale shopping and dining district with over 250 high-end shops, boutiques, restaurants and art galleries.

Norton Museum of Art

1450 S Dixie Hwy, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Delve into one of Florida’s major cultural sites by visiting the Norton Museum of Art. Home to American, Chinese and French art, impressionist paintings and Buddhist sculptures, there is a lot of history to explore and art to be amazed by.

Henry Morrison Flagler MuseumHenry Morrison Flagler Museum

1 Whitehall Way, Palm Beach, FL 33480

Not only is Henry Morrison Flagler Museum a national historic landmark, but it is also one of the most opulent estates in the Florida Area. Built in 1902, the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum was once the home of Henry Flagler, co-founder of Standard Oil. Covering over 100,000 square feet, the two-story mansion welcomes guest to see the extraordinary architecture and influence of different time periods and cultures.

Phipps Ocean Park

2201 S Ocean Blvd, Palm Beach, FL 33480

Spend a day outdoors at Phipps Ocean Park. From a tennis center, cabanas access, picnic tables and a boardwalk, there are plenty of ways to relax and have fun while enjoying the beautiful ocean views.

Palm Beach Zoo

1301 Summit Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL 33405

You and the entire family can hang out with over 700 animals at the Palm Beach Zoo. There are so many exhibits and habitats to explore (the aquarium, the swamp, etc.) and at Palm Beach Zoo, you can see them all with a safari train ride through the entire zoo!

Rosemary Square

700 S Rosemary Ave, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Without having to leave downtown West Palm Beach, Rosemary Square has everything you could possibly need in one location. Rosemary Square is a lifestyle center with dining, shopping and cinema. You can have dinner at Brio Tuscan Grille, dessert at Sloan’s Ice Cream and end the night with a movie at AMC Parisian 20 and IMAX or a show at the Improv Comedy Club! Stop at the Life in Palm Beach store for apparel and souvenirs to commemorate your Palm Beach trip.

Rosemary Square

Cycle Party

Why walk through downtown when you can cycle and drink through it? Go on a Cycle Party tour through downtown West Palm Beach! Different tours include a happy hour tour, scavenger hunt tour, brewery tour, foodie tour and more!

Ragtops Automobile Museum

2025 N Dixie Hwy, West Palm Beach, FL 33407

If you still want to see more cars after the Barrett-Jackson Auction, then you should stop by Ragtops Automobile Museum. Ragtops Automobile Museum is a car dealership with a special venue for unique automobiles and special memorabilia.

Rapids Water Park

6566 N Military Trl, Riviera Beach, FL 33407

Cool down from the Florida heat at Rapids Water Park. There is a wave pool with waves reaching up to six feet, a lazy river to float down with tubes and over 35 different water slide attractions. There is so much to be had at Rapids Water Park for everyone in the family, even the younger kids in a dedicated kid’s area.

West Palm Beach Green Market

101 S Clematis St, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Spend your Saturday morning at West Palm Beach Green Market. Here, you’ll find the best, seasonal fruit and vegetables, fresh baked goods, meats and cheese and homemade arts and crafts.

Antique Row

Visit the Antique Row neighborhood to search through over 50 shops filled with antiques, collectors’ items, artworks, vintage furnishings and contemporary household items.  Not only could you possibly pick up some cool items, but Antique Row is also a nice place to walk around and explore surrounding eateries and coffee shops.

Okeeheelee Park

7715 Forest Hill Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL 33413

Okeeheelee Park is a great destination for all ages with endless opportunities of fun. Okeeheelee Park is over 900 acres with two lakes on its property for boating, fishing and water skiing. Out of water activities include golfing on the 27-hole course, playing basketball and tennis on the courts, or batting on the baseball field. There are walking and biking trails and a BMX biking area. The park has an Okeeheelee Nature Center with trails, a butterfly garden and viewing platforms for bird watching. There is something for everyone.

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 Victoria Barnett

QE-2016_Headshot-Victoria-Barnett.pngVictoria Barnett is originally from High Point, NC. She received her B.A. in Communication Studies and minors in Business and Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. In her spare time, Victoria enjoys watching baseball, baking and hanging out with her golden retriever, Kaaya. She loves to travel to Florida and is a die-hard Miami Hurricanes fan. 

 

 

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