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Henry Morrison Flagler Museum
Experience the unbridled opulence of Palm Beach during the early 20th century in the Beaux-Art style mansion built by Standard Oil founder Henry Flagler in 1902. In addition to stunning architecture, imperial furnishings, and a world-class art collection, the museum features Flagler’s beautifully restored private railway car.
The Society of the Four Arts
Since 1936, The Society of the Four Arts has provided world-class cultural programming that includes prominent speakers, concerts, films, educational programs, and art exhibitions. Its campus is dotted with beautiful sculpture and botanical gardens, a library and children’s library and a cutting-edge educational facility.
Teeming with urban verve, Clematis Street is lined with interesting shops, vibrant sidewalk cafés and restaurants and fabulous nightclubs. In addition to regular free outdoor concerts, Clematis by Night has become a Thursday tradition for 20 years with free live performances by the area’s best bands, food and drink specials, and fun, family friendly ambiance.
Be sure to hit West Palm Beach's premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination, where you’ll find over 100 stores, great restaurants, an IMAX theater, bowling alley and comedy club.
Palm Beach County Convention Center
Boasting a total of 350,000 square feet of event space, including the 100,000 square-foot Exhibition Hall, this state-of-the-art convention center hosts many high profile consumer shows and events.
Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
The Kravis Center stages Broadway plays and musicals, opera and dance performances, live concerts and community programs like a summer arts camp and dance, comedy and music programs for families and children. The Center is home to Ballet Florida, Florida Philharmonic, Miami City Ballet, Palm Beach Broadway and the Palm Beach Opera.
Palm Beach Improv
What could be better than a night of great food, cocktails and belly laughs? This famous comedy club is the place to catch headliners like Cedric the Entertainer, Bob Saget and Arsenio Hall along with the comedy stars of tomorrow.
National Croquet Center
Palm Beach is home to the National Croquet Center - the world's largest croquet complex. The Center is open for individual instruction and can also design group events for Bradley Park Hotel guests.
Palm Beach Polo & Country Club
Palm Beach Polo & Country Club offers North America's premier polo tournaments every week throughout the year, including the World Club, which attracts champion polo players from world over.
Palm Beach Polo Equestrian Club
The Palm Beach Polo Equestrian Club hosts the Winter Equestrian Festival, the nation's largest and richest grand prix jumping event. West Palm Beach is regarded as the show jumping capital of the United States, drawing Olympic equestrian athletes from around the world.
Roger Dean Stadium
Roger Dean Stadium in nearby Jupiter is the spring training home of the Florida Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals.
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens
The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is the only museum in the United States exclusively dedicated to the living culture of Japan.
Royal Poinciana Way
Located just around the corner from the hotel, this charming, pedestrian-friendly and historically significant thoroughfare is designated a Florida "Main Street." It features cafes and restaurants, salons, a day spa, gift and antique shops, bookstores, pharmacy, churches and other essential establishments of daily life.
Discover why shoppers travel to Palm Beach from throughout the world for buying trips. The internationally-renowned Worth Avenue, one of the world's most famous retail avenues, is a cavalcade of marquees for the designer emporiums of Chanel, Escada, Giorgio's, Hermes, Sonia Rykiel, Maus & Hoffman and Tiffany. Not to mention shops specializing in spectacular jewelry, art and antiques.
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