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Busch Wildlife Sanctuary

More than just a place to see animals, it's a real wildlife adventure!

The Sanctuary offers visitors a one-of-a-kind opportunity to learn about Florida’s wildlife and natural environments.  This unique refuge combines a nature center with a wildlife hospital.

Nature trails lead visitors through pine flatwoods, oak hammocks, and cypress wetlands.  Along the trails are wildlife habitats exhibiting a variety of native animals from eagles to panthers, crocodiles, foxes, snakes, bears, and more.

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Carlin Park

Massive beachfront park with so much to do you might have to come back for more. Play volleyball, tennis, softball and even bocce ball. Run or walk the exercise course that features multiple unique training stations. Have a snack at the café or light up one of the grills. The Seabreeze Amphitheater features live music, special events and the annual Shakespeare by the Sea Festival.

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FITTEAM Ballpark of The Palm Beaches

The 2017 World Series Champion Houston Astros and four-time NL East Champion Washington Nationals are thrilled to welcome fans to FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches! The 160-acre complex features a fan-friendly 7,700 capacity stadium as its centerpiece, along with 6 practice fields per team. Fans will find shade, a 360-degree concourse, the Banana Boat Lawn, suites and party decks in which to enjoy an all-encompassing Spring Training experience. 


 The campus includes Lincoln Park featuring a large playground, splash park, four lighted basketball courts and a 1.8 mile walking trail available to the community on a daily basis.

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Henry Morrison Flagler Museum

When it was completed in 1902, the New York Herald proclaimed that Whitehall, Henry Flagler's Gilded Age estate in Palm Beach, was "more wonderful than any palace in Europe, grander and more magnificent than any other private dwelling in the world." Today, Whitehall is a National Historic Landmark and is open to the public as the Flagler Museum, featuring guided tours, changing exhibitions, and special programs.

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Juno Beach Park & Pier

300 feet of guarded beach frontage with restroom facilities, outdoor showers, parking, picnic shelters (single table) and daily designated surfing area.

The Juno Beach Pier offers guests 990-feet of great saltwater fishing and wonderful opportunities to enjoy the scenic view. The full-service Pier House features a friendly guest services team, snack bar, as well as a variety of fishing tackle, including rental poles and bait.

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Jupiter Dog Beach

We are proud to say that Jupiter is home to one of the few remaining dog-friendly beaches in the state of Florida.  In 1989, Jupiter’s Town Council adopted a policy to allow dogs on Jupiter’s beaches.  In the time since then, the dog-friendly beach areas have been defined as a 2.5 mile stretch of beach from beach marker #25 at Marcinski Road going north to beach marker #59 on the south end of Carlin Park.  In order to preserve this amenity, there are some rules that should be followed to ensure that everyone has an enjoyable time visiting our dog-friendly beach areas.

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Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum

Some of the best views in the country are waiting for you atop this historic lighthouse, whose presence has played a vitally significant maritime and communications role since 1860, saving countless ships from wrecking along reefs and shoals between the Florida coast and the Gulf Stream.

Explore the Museum to discover fascinating history in the exhibit Five Thousand Years on the Loxahatchee, watch a video about the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, and check out our terrific Museum Gift Shop. The museum is housed in the last remaining building from an important World War II naval radio station, code-named Station J.

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Kravis Center for The Performing Arts

Now in its third decade of existence, The Raymond F. Kravis Center for The Performing Arts has been center stage for The Palm Beaches’ performing arts community. Filling the need for a truly world-class performing arts center in West Palm Beach, the building provides a venue fit for the finest musical, dance and dramatic acts. The building’s domed rooflines and gleaming glass façade are unique and beautiful, and as eye-catching as the day it opened in 1992. The number of events hosted annually at the Kravis Center has grown to more than 1,800, with performance attendance of more than 400,000 patrons. This center offers a dynamic and varied schedule of performances from classical to the cutting-edge, including ballet, pop, jazz, Broadway, opera and more.

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Lion Country Safari

Florida’s only drive-through safari and walk-through amusement park invites you to spend the day on safari with over 1000 animals. With animal displays and encounters, animal feeding experiences, 5 rides, water sprayground, food, shopping and more, you are sure to have a memorable experience at Lion Country Safari.

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Loggerhead Marinelife Center

This is a great sea turtle rescue and conservation organization. They have a turtle hospital, viewing tanks, interactive exhibit hall, gift store and more. Public educational programs for guests of all ages are offered daily. During sea turtle nesting season (June & July), you can take a guided walk to watch the nesting turtles up close.

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Loxahatachee River Battlefield

The Loxahatchee River Battlefield Park in Jupiter, Florida is the site of the last great battle of the Second Seminole War. On January 24, 1838, Major General Thomas S. Jesup, accompanied by 1,500 troops, stormed the headwaters of the Loxahatchee River where he met 300 Seminoles in battle. When Jesup's army came into Jupiter in 1838 it was the largest army assembled during the seven year war and the battle would be known as the Battle of the Loxahatchee River. That battle was the second to occur here within nine days. In the first battle, on January 15, 1838, Lt. Levin M. Powell of the U. S. Navy, with fifty-five sailors and twenty-five soldiers was routed by the Seminoles

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Maltz Jupiter Theatre

The not-for-profit Maltz Jupiter Theatre has become one of Florida's preeminent professional theatres, committed to production and education through its collaborations with local and national artists. Currently the state's largest award-winning regional theatre, the Theatre draws nearly 100,000 people annually, serves a subscription base of more than 7,626 and has world-class classroom facilities in support of its Paul and Sandra Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts, which serves hundreds of youth and adults. The Theatre is a member of the prestigious League of Resident Theatres and has earned numerous Carbonell Awards, South Florida's highest honor for artistic excellence, including the prestigious Bill Von Maurer Award for Theatrical Excellence in 2012.

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Palm Beach Improv

The World Famous Improv comedy clubs have been the launching pad for the biggest names in comedy for more than four decades and the Palm Beach Improv has been a huge part of that success since opening its doors in 2001. Improv fans and new comers alike can expect amazing food and a first-class comedy experience in a beautiful club with the same charm loyalists had come to love! The Palm Beach Improv is excited to continue its legacy as South Florida’s #1 comedy destination! 

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Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society

The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is home to more than 500 animals on 23 shaded tropical acres, including endangered Malayan tigers, Mexican spider monkeys, jaguars and more! You'll get closer to the animals than you would at most zoos. Add one of our featured animal experiences to get even closer. Your kids will love the Interactive Play Fountain, too!

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Riverbend Park

Take a step back in time and enjoy walking, bicycling, riding, or canoeing through beautiful and historic Riverbend Park. From the ancient Indian middens, through the Seminole War Battles, to present day restoration, see Florida as the first settlers did. Nearly 10 miles of hiking/biking trails, 7 miles of equestrian trails and 5 miles of canoeing/kayaking trails allow for hours of enjoyment. Stroll along the Wild and Scenic Loxahatchee River, visit the Cracker Farmstead, and picnic in the shade under a Seminole chickee.

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Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium

Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium complex is the only stadium in the country to host 4 minor league teams:

  • Jupiter Hammerheads of the Class A-Advanced Baseball Florida State League

  • Palm Beach Cardinals of the Class A-Advanced Baseball Florida State League

  • Gulf Coast Marlins of the Rookie-level Gulf Coast League

  • Gulf Coast Cardinals of the Rookie-level Gulf Coast League


Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium is one of only two stadiums in Florida to host two Major League Baseball teams annually for Spring Training: Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals​

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