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There are a lot of fun, free activities for you and your family to do together in the Palm Beaches, here are some of our favorites.

Go Biking

Running along the western edge of Palm Beach, the Palm Beach Lake Trail is 5½-miles long. The trail affords both dramatic vistas and intimate peeks into some of the island’s most palatial properties. Along the way, you’ll pass landmarks like the Flagler Museum and a giant kapok tree originally brought here from the Amazon, as well as the backyards of stunning private homes.

Go Exploring

Palm Beach County has 25 spectacular natural areas are open from sunrise to sunset, with free admission 365 days a year.

Go Snorkeling

There’s no better place to go snorkeling than Phil Foster Park. Located

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Lake Worth is an energetic city that has a lot to offer. Regardless of your age, here are a few fun things to do when you visit Lake Worth.


The Art Deco Society of Palm Beach County. Today, the Playhouse is proud to offer a variety of mainstream and alternative programming, both live and on film. Year-round programming includes award-winning dramas, comedies, musicals, area premieres, Broadway favorites, children’s shows, international ballets and operas in cinema, and live concert series.

Downtown Lake Worth

This vibrant downtown area is best described as colorful, artistic and bohemian. Along its two main streets, Lake Avenue and Lucerne Avenue, visitors can meander through the eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, art galleries,

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Lion Country Safari is one of the nation’s first and best drive-through safari parks. It’s a great experience for the whole family and a truly unique South Florida Adventure.

At Lion Country Safari you can see more than 900 wild animals, such as lions, giraffe, zebras, ostrich and rhinos, in this South Florida Safari. Witness large free-roaming herds of animals from six continents from inside an enclosed vehicle. After taking the four-mile drive-through safari, explore Safari World Amusement Park with rides, animal shows, giraffe and bird encounters, a water spray-ground with waterslides as well as dozens of animal exhibits.

If you've never taken your kids or grandkids to Lion Country Safari, this Summer is a perfect time! It's one of the few

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Developed by the Greater Boca Raton Beach & Park District, Sugar Sand is a 132-acre park that offers lots of fun for kids in the Palm Beaches. The Park features a lot to do including the Children's Science Explodium, The Willow Theatre and the Field House, which features an indoor gymnasium.

The Willow Theatre

The Willow Theatre, nestled inside Sugar Sand Park in the heart of Boca Raton, provides a unique theatre experience in South Florida. This inviting 155-seat theatre gives each audience member a close-up view of outstanding, professional entertainment, in a setting almost as personal as your own home.

The Children's Science Explorium

The Children's Science Explorium is a hands-on science center designed for children 5 – 12 years old, and

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There’s nothing better than bringing your kids to a day at the zoo. It’s something they will love and learn from without even realizing it. If you live in South Florida, there are a lot of options. Here are a few of our favorite South Florida zoos to visit with your kids.

Jungle Island

Not only does Jungle Island have tons of animals and plants to see, but the location is also home to Miami’s only private beach. Parrot Cove is the ultimate tropical beach playground with phenomenal views of both Biscayne Bay and the downtown Miami skyline. The cost to visit Parrot Cove is included in Jungle Island admission; however, an all-day pass to use Rainforest Riptide is $15 per person. Rainforest Riptide is a huge water playground with tons of fun for the

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The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium is a hands-on experience for the whole family. The center features more than 50 hands-on educational exhibits, a 10,000-gallon fresh and saltwater aquarium, a newly renovated digital planetarium, Conservation Research Station, Florida Exhibit Hall, traveling exhibits, and much more.

If you haven’t been to the SFSCA recently, it has changed a lot. They have dramatically renovated their facility and updates included a complete reconstruction of their 5,000 square foot Hall of Discovery containing 100 new or rehabilitated hands-on exhibits, a new mini-golf course, an upgraded planetarium, new 1,000 square foot early childhood education room, upgraded theater, a new science laboratory and upgraded

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The South Florida Fair is in town this Friday, January 17, through February 2, so don’t miss out! The Fair is one of the best local events for parents, grandparents, and kids to spend time together having fun and enjoying rides. There’s music, food, and, of course, lots and lots of rides.

Baseball Theme

The theme of this year’s fair is “Play Ball, Play Fair!” Interactive and educational sports exhibits will pave the way throughout the Expo Center. The Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America exhibition, in partnership with the Smithsonian Institution and the Florida Humanities Council, will teach our visitors the cultural impact and importance of the different sports in American communities. The National Baseball Hall of Fame's "Picturing

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Palm Beach County does a fantastic job of preserving its natural areas. For those who love the outdoors, here’s a guide to a few of the best places to go hiking in the Palm Beaches

Eagle Trail

Forming a loop around Gator Lake in Grassy Waters Preserve, the Eagle Trail tunnels through a tropical hammock to provide overlooks across the wet prairies of the Loxahatchee Slough and across the Lake. This short loop provides access to a pier for anglers and several excellent locations for birding. The Eagle Trail starts at a pier and picnic tables on the north side of Gator Lake, entering a narrow passage through a tropical hardwood hammock with myrsine, wild coffee, and cocoplum. The trail ascends a boardwalk through sawgrass on the edge of the

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If you have kids in Stuart or Jupiter, take a trip to 76 Golf World!

76 Golf World features two miniature golf courses plus an extensive array of fun attractions, including a driving range, go-karts, batting cages, bounce houses, a zip line, and other attractions, you can spend an hour or spend the day. The memories are yours to keep. The fun never stops!

76 Golf World never charges for admission and even has free parking. You can also go at night as it is open until 11pm so you can bring your kids over after the movies so they can get some energy out at the arcade or you can hit some balls at the driving range. Either way, you are sure to have fun.

Go-Karts at 76 Golf World are a favorite among kids, it can also make a great place to host a

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There is a lot to see and do in Stuart. If you are looking to explore local history, here are a few places that you and your family are sure to enjoy.

The Elliott Museum

The Elliott Museum enriches the Stuart community through its wide variety of exhibits, collections, classes, and lectures, all designed to serve the interests of the people who live in and visit the Treasure Coast. The Elliott Museum is particularly great for car-enthusiast as it houses a variety of early 20th century automobiles.

Location: 825 NE Ocean Blvd, Stuart, FL 34996

The Stuart Heritage Museum

The Stuart Heritage Museum at 161 Southwest Flagler Avenue in Stuart, Florida, is a local history museum located in a historic 2-story frame building built in 1901 by

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