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Let your inner child come out and play at a retro candy store in West Palm Beach.  Bulk Candy Store was established in1990.  The candy store started as a traveling candy shop.  Take in sights and smells that will delight you.  Throw back candies that will transport your mind to a happy time, childhood!

Bulk Candy Store visited giant state fairs and festivals throughout America with the “World's Largest Traveling Candy Store”.  Each venue presented approximately 2000 sq. feet of candy. Over time they expanded to an e-commerce store.  Currently, Bulk Candy Store has a retail shop stockpiled with all your candy needs.  Bulk Candy is located at 235 North Jog Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33413.

There are tours that are available to learn about the

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This Thursday, come out and enjoy a 90-minute trolley tour of historic sites in Jupiter. The tour will be guided by South Florida historian Josh Liller.  

The tour will point out the historic sites and structures around town, from the ocean to I-95. Points of interest will include schools, churches, and the vast Pennock Plantation.  See Jupiter in a whole new way!

Trolleys are enclosed and air-conditioned. Tour starts and ends at Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum. Check in at the gift shop 15 minutes prior to tour start time. No on/off stops during tour. $20/person (includes site general admission.) Max 30 people per tour. Tickets Online Required.

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Cost: $20.00

When: Thursday, Feb 28 from 10am to 1:30pm

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Come out this Saturday to explore the vibrant art scene in Downtown West Palm Beach. On this 90-min guided walking tour there will be awe-inspiring art installations and murals created by artists from around the globe. The tour will be both educational and fun with you’re guiding giving you interesting information at every turn.

The tour begins in the hotel lobby of the Hilton, a AAA Four Star Hotel at the genesis of the art and cultural movement with over 1,000 pieces of art.

Morning Tours: Will begin with coffee and light bites inside the hotel.

Late Afternoon Tours: Will end with refreshments and appetizers at The Galley restaurant inside the hotel. 

Park at the Hilton valet, it's covered with the ticket purchase! 

Wear comfortable

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The “Ride & Remember” Historical Tour takes riders on a journey through Delray Beach’s five historic districts. Riders will tour the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum and two other locations. The tour will stop at select historic sites for a closer look at the area’s fascinating history. Illustrated with colorful stories of the personalities and happenings that influenced the growth of the city, the tour does more than relay facts – it draws the riders back in time.

What Are Delray Beach’s 5 Historic Districts?

West Settlers

Established in 1894, the West Settlers area is the site of the first African-American settlement in Delray Beach. African Americans from the north and west Florida, Georgia and South Carolina were the first non-Native Americans

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