Where arts and culture complement a sensational stay at Hilton
From the magnificent murals of West Palm Beach to the peach-toned plazas of Boca Raton, your trip to Florida’s Cultural Capital starts and ends with Hilton.
West Palm Beach
West Palm Beach is an excellent first choice for travelers seeking theatre, museums, public art, sculpture gardens and more—so why not start there?
Right across the street from Hilton West Palm Beach is Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, one of the largest performance venues and organizations in The Palm Beaches, and a stunning location to go to for a night of opera, a toe-tapping musical or a symphony concert. No matter when you’re traveling to West Palm Beach, there’s bound to be plenty of options for you and your family at the Kravis Center.
Looking to spend a full day among the visual arts? Norton Museum of Art is where you want to go. The museum offers world-class collections of American, Chinese, European, contemporary, classic and photography work on display permanently, in addition to special curated exhibitions that are only available for a limited time. The Norton recently completed over $100 million in expansions to its facilities, so even if you’ve been before, you’ve never seen it look this great. Even if you can’t come by for a full day, come by on a Friday night and enjoy their free Art After Dark event series for interesting lectures, films, tours, music and a cocktail (or two).
If your trip to The Palm Beaches means bringing the whole family, why not let them go wild at the Palm Beach Zoo? With more than 550 animals onsite and a variety of weekly events, the zoo is the perfect place to enjoy—and learn about—the wonders of the animal kingdom.
Book your stay at Hilton West Palm Beach and you’re in the prime location for maximum arts and culture!
Where there’s a will, there’s a way to enjoy arts, culture and history in Boca Raton.
As the centerpiece of Mizner Park, the Boca Raton Museum of Art is your destination for modern art, world-class special exhibitions and family-friendly events.
Those excited to see what’s new and notable in the world of theatre will want to see a show at Florida Atlantic University’s Theatre Lab in Boca Raton. This performing arts company is dedicated to the craft of writing and gives renowned playwrights the opportunity to test new works in front of a live audience.
If you’re more in the mood for some historical perspective—look no further than the Boca Raton Historical Society & Museum. Here, you can learn about Boca’s earliest days as a U.S. Army Air Corps base, as a headquarters for IBM in the later part of the 20th century, and as the home and muse for famous architect Addison Mizner.
And good news! All three locations are just minutes away from Waterstone Resort & Marina Boca Raton, so you’ll be able to enjoy all three whether you’re staying for a day, a long weekend or a full week with the family.
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