If you are planning a trip to West Palm Beach in the USA, then be sure to visit the following interesting attractions:
Norton Museum of Art
Ralph H. Norton, a retired steel industry businessman, created the Norton Museum of Art to hold his remarkable art collection. It opened in 1941, and now has more than 5,000 pieces of art, including photography, 19th and 20th century American works, Chinese art, and more. Plus, there is a café.
Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
Kravis Center for the Performing Arts seats 2,500 and has three stages, one of which is an outdoor amphitheater. Hundreds of performances take place every year in venues like jazz, gospel, dance, classical and musicals. It’s near to CityPlace complex in West Palm.
Peanut Island was made in 1918 through dredging projects. It was once Inlet Island and is located right off the northeastern corner of West Palm. It’s named for a peanut oil shipping company that went under in 1946. It’s home of the Kennedy Bunker, where Cold War-era advisers build the former president's fallout shelter. Ann Norton Sculpture Garden
If you like serene gardens and looking at beautiful sculptures, then come to Ann Norton Sculpture Garden. This tranquil collection of sculptures is a great gem to see. All of the sculptures, along with the grounds and the historic house on the property were created by Ralph Norton.
Lion Country Safari
Lion Country Safari is the first cage free drive through safari in the US. You drive around in your car and there are more than 900 animals roaming around to see. IT is a conservation area and consists of 500 acres holding animals like zebra, bison, white rhinos, chimps and lions.
Palm Beach Maritime Museum
If you like to look at war relics, then come see the Palm Beach Maritime Museum where there are artifacts from the sunk battleship the USS Maine.