You’re visiting Palm Beach for 48 hours and are confused because there is SO much to see and do.  Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!

Grab a delicious breakfast at Sant Ambroeus.  Choose from a variety of mouthwatering dishes including Tegamino Mediterraneo or Omelette del Giorno – two fan favorites!

Next, head over to the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach.  Enjoy the over 7,600 pieces of art in the newly expanded museum.  Don’t forget to stroll through the sculpture garden before heading out.

Norton Museum of Art Sculpture Garden - Photo Credit: Palm Beach County Cultural Council

Grab a bite to eat at Ta-boo Restaurant and then enjoy all that Worth Avenue has to offer (and walk off that delicious meal!).

Take a quick trip back to your hotel to relax in preparation for a fun night of live music at the renowned Coral Sky Amphitheater.  This open-air music venue sets the bar high when it comes to outdoor live music spots.  Top names grace the stage for the entire Spring and Summer season.

Wake up the next day to breakfast at your hotel or make your way over to Howley’s for some good ol’ diner food made with local and organic ingredients.  Originally built in the 1950’s, this diner was brought back to life in 2004, serving breakfast all day long!

Spend the rest of the morning into the early afternoon at Rosemary Square, an open-air shopping and dining destination adjacent to Clematis Street in West Palm Beach.  If the weather isn’t cooperating for a day outdoors, catch a movie at the AMC IMAX theater.

Lunch options are endless either within Rosemary Square or along Clematis Street.  There’s something for everyone – one will find just about any type of cuisine under the sun.  If you’re looking for an amazing piece of pizza, head over to Pizza Girls.  Aside from the classic cheese, they offer a variety of specialty slices, the famous pizza dog (a hot dog with mozzarella rolled in their pizza dough), pizza rolls, sandwiches, and more.

Rosemary Square, West Palm Beach

If you’re ready for some fun in the sun, climb aboard the Hakuna Matata catamaran for an adventure to be remembered.  There are a few types of cruises available – from day explorations with giant floats, noodles, and water games, or a happy hour cruise to get the evening started off right!

You’ll wish you had more than 48 hours to enjoy all that Palm Beach has to offer, but that doesn’t mean you can’t come back again soon to explore the local culinary scene, entertainment and more. Be sure to book your Hilton hotel stay before you leave – it will give you something to look forward to in the near future!

Dana is a wife, mom, biz owner, writer, creator, and TV personality. Her days are accomplished with a dash of flair, lots of style, and fueled by coffee.To follow Dana and her lifestyle, parenting, and travel adventures visit https://pellerini.com

Previous Article

Hottest Music Venues in Palm Beach County

Next Article

Movable Feasts: Top Palm Beach Food Tours

Related Guides

Top