Travel

If you go to Palm Beach

If you go . . .

What to do

Palm Beach Lake Trail

Palm Beach, Fla.

Free and open to the public

Flagler Museum

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One Whitehall Way

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561-655-2833

www.flaglermuseum.us

A National Historic Landmark located steps from the Lake Trail and open year round. Tue-Sat 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun noon-5. Closed Mon and holidays.

The Society of the Four Arts

2 Four Arts Plaza

561-655-7226

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This is a membership society and many events are private, but some, like art exhibits, some lectures, and children’s programs, are open to the public. Call or check the website for information.

The Four Arts Library, Gardens, and Philip Hulitar Sculpture Gardens (also known as Four Arts Gardens), nonprofit botanical gardens, are open daily

10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Where to eat

Colony Hotel Palm Beach

155 Hammons Ave.

561-655-5430

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Centrally located and historic, this boutique hotel is a lovely place for an outdoor lunch overlooking the garden and pool.

Trevini Ristorante

290 Sunset Avenue

561-833-3883

www.treviniristorante.com

Pizza al Fresco

14 Via Mizner

561-832-0032

Where to stay

Rent a small apartment or cottage at VacationRentalBy Owner, www.vrbo.com. While Palm Beach rentals can be jaw-droppingly expensive, such nice nearby towns as Boynton Beach, Lake Worth, and Delray might fill the bill.

If you want a hotel on “the island” and are ready to break the bank, consider:

The Breakers

One South County Road

561-655-6611

www.thebreakers.com

Bradley Park Hotel

280 Sunset Ave.

561-832-7050

www.bradleyparkhotel.com