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Free Things to do in Palm Beach!

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DivaDuck explores many fun locations in Palm Beach. If you’re looking for some excellent pictures with the family then check out the luscious botanical and sculpture garden at the Society of the Four Arts. Peanut Island is lots of fun for those looking for picnic and camping activities in addition to experiencing several notable historic sites. The island is home to the John F. Kennedy bomb shelter and the U.S. Coast Guard station which was maintained on the southern tip of the island from the 1930’s to the 1990’s. For history buffs, don’t miss these attractions!

Society of the Four Arts Image From PalmBeachCulture.com

Stroll through Worth Avenue and enjoy some amazing views on the island while you gaze into amazing luxury shops that range from Cartier to Gucci! It’s a luxury shopping district with some wonderful areas for pedestrians to stroll through and admire the astounding architecture of the district that was originally developed by Addison Mizner and Paris Singer.

Worth Avenue Clock Tower                                  Image from Wikimedia Commons

If architecture is your thing then you can’t miss the massive Bethesda-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church. Originally built on Lake Worth, it is now one of the crown jewels of the island of Palm Beach. It was built in the 1900’s and the main hall was built in Gothic architectural style. It’s a beautiful free attraction to admire its beauty as well as to stroll in the Cluett Gardens that surround it. The Cluett Gardens have a traditional designed reflecting pool containing very large koi fish. The enchanting beauty of this location has led to several famous folk getting married here.

Cluett Gardens and Koi Fish

All of these sites and many more are highlighted on our DivaDuck tours. So, come take a ride and enjoy these free things to do in Palm Beach.

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Only $31 per Adult, $27 for Seniors, $17 for Youth and $5 for Children!

Book early as seating is limited. Please arrive 15-20 minutes before your tour is scheduled to depart. Larger groups may want…