4 based on 124 reviews
When you enter any of our retail locations, you are greeted with the most sensational scent of chocolate. Guests come from all over the world come to visit our chocolate factory in Greenacres, Florida where they can watch the art of candy making first hand at our observation windows, and stroll through our retail store and ice cream shoppe. Hoffman's product line includes over 70 varieties of confections and has garnered the attention of many national culinary authorities. Bon Appetit magazine named Hoffman's one of America's Best Chocolate Shops and The Wall Street Journal selected Hoffman's Easter Basket as the "best overall" in the nation in March of 2000.
When our sister-in-law told us she had promised her sons to bring them outdoor skating on REAL ICE in southern Florida, we were intrigued. Off we went, various aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins, piled into cars, to Hoffman's Christmas Wonderland. Parking was well organized...MoreThanks so much for joining us for the holidays. Come back for one of our chocolate making classes!
4.5 based on 598 reviews
Plenty of paid parking, so if you get a spot and feed the machine you are set for the day. There's a great park adjacent to the beach, with shade trees for napping under and tables for picnicking. The beach itself is beautiful; white sand, lots of shells to collect along the water, always clean, with posted info about ocean conditions, temperatures, what kinds of fishies might be stinging you today, and when not to swim. There is always a volleyball game going on. The pier is a favorite spot, with the great restaurant and bar Benny's On the Beach in case you get thirsty or hungry. Everyone comes here, it's a true public beach full of happy people. Across the street, there is an Olympic sized public pool that we went to for years, for only a few dollars a day. It has been having its ups and downs, and was drained the last time we came. We sure hope it reopens as it's a treasure if you like to swim laps. Public restrooms in the building remain open for beachgoers, and some shops and restaurants right across the street make this an awesome beach.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Henry Flagler's 73-room mansion which contains many of the original furnishings as well as an art collection.
My friends and I visited the gorgeous Flagler Museum and we weren't disappointed. Henry Flagler was a extremely interesting man who used his great riches to make Florida the place to visit in the early 1900's. Not only did he create train travel to Florida but he also built wonderful hotels, hospitals and churches. Certainly a man with a vision for what Florida would become.
4 based on 301 reviews
I was pleasantly surprised when we visited this area, to see the small town, small shop
atmosphere. After reading very negative things about Lake Worth in general, I was delighted to see that the east end of the town is alive and well and seems to be thriving.
Because it was evening and we did not have the opoortunity to visit many shops, I cannot say whether or not the prices are reasonable but it looked so inviting that I plan to make another visit soon and check out the area in greater detail.
4.5 based on 353 reviews
This season, the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts celebrates a Quarter-Century on Stage. And while we celebrate our silver anniversary, we renew our commitment to the community to present the gold standard of excellence in the performing arts. Today, the Kravis Center is a thriving cultural complex, serving as the gateway to downtown West Palm Beach. Thanks to so many who have and continue to support the Center, it has become one of the premier performing arts centers with a renowned national and international reputation. The Kravis Center for is a not-for-profit performing arts center whose mission is to enhance the quality of life in Palm Beach County by presenting a diverse schedule of national and international artists and companies of the highest quality; by offering comprehensive arts education programs; by providing a Palm Beach County home in which local and regional arts organizations can showcase their work; and by providing an economic catalyst and community leadership in West Palm Beach, supporting efforts to increase travel and tourism to Palm Beach County.
When you are visiting any town in the east coast of Florida, include a performance at this awesome facility. They feature top theatrical productions. Go early and dine, shop and walk through City Place across the street. Valet parking is available as is a trolley service.
5 based on 164 reviews
The Society of the Four Arts is a nonprofit cultural organization founded in 1936 to meet the cultural needs of the growing resort community. The Four Arts campus is home to beautiful sculpture and botanical gardens, a library and children's library, all which are open to the public year-round. During the winter season, The Four Arts also presents notable speakers, concerts, films, educational programs, and art exhibitions to the public.
The gardens are small, but the plantings and fountains are very pretty. The Japanese garden is located in a separate area and has a beautiful door leading to it. We weren't able to see the sculpture garden because a private event was being held there. Admission was free.
4.5 based on 303 reviews
HOURS: Sunrise - Sunset lighted court facilities open until 9:00 pm lighted athletic fields (permit required) open until 10:00 pm AMENITIES baseball fields, lighted (5) bicycle paths (8 miles) BMX track boat launching area (freshwater fishing lake, non-motorized) boat launching ramp (water ski lake) (2) boat slips, day use only (19) disc golf (18 holes) dog park, Pooch Pines equestrian center, Jim Brandon Equestrian Center 111-acre, world-class equestrian showplace covered arena open riding area training rings equestrian trail (8.11 miles) exercise course (20 stations, 1 mile) fishing (freshwater-stocked) golf course, Okeeheelee Public Golf Course 27 holes (3 nine-hole courses) chipping area driving range practice putting green pro shop snack bar lake frontage mountain biking (located on the east side of Pinehurst Drive, south of Forest Hill Boulevard) multipurpose fields, lighted (4) nature center, Okeeheelee Nature Center (hours vary) exhibit hall with live animals meeting rooms outdoor classroom rental facilities nature trail, interpretive (0.75 mile) nature trails (1.2 miles) parking boat/trailer parking (water ski lake/freshwater fishing lake) regular parking picnic areas with grills, single table picnic pavilions (Alligator, Micanopy, Osceola, Tuskeegee), reserved group (4) picnic shelters, family picnic shelters, single table pier (fishing) playground, including playground safety play structure (ages 2-5 years) play structure (ages 5-12 years) rental concession (call for hours) canoe/kayak/pedal boat rentals 561/304-1344 bicycle rentals 561/304-1344 restroom facilities softball fields, lighted (4) tennis courts, lighted (8) volleyball, grass courts (1) walking paths (8 miles) water skiing courses (permit and fee required) (5)
We chose the Nature Center and its trails for today's visit to this park. It is so large families would need to divide the area and do a different activity on each day. The Nature Center had small exhibits, some especially designed for children. Numerous paved trails allowed us to enjoy the quiet and peaceful pine forests. There are also more rugged trails for the adventurer. There is also a deer and wildlife enclosure on the path plus a couple of natural ponds with plenty of birds to observe. This was the itinerary for our first visit, but there are soccer fields, a dog park, baseball diamonds, picnic pavilions. miles of walking trails, a couple of lakes, playgrounds. and most likely something else fun to do. Florida is very good about including recreational opportunities in planning the growth of communities, but this park is especially outstanding. The price is right--admission is free.
4.5 based on 69 reviews
This park has a big area to have picnic, for your reunions, churches, company or just yourselves!
Clean, easy to park, great place to take photos!
Our church had a whole summer fun for kids & older kids! Bounce machines, waterslide, ice cones, pop corn machines!
It was a wonderful place to enjoy the great outdoors!
You can fish, playground, lake, pavilion with tables. Campground for RV's too!
4.5 based on 113 reviews
Due South Brewing is a distributing craft beer brewery with an onsite taproom. The brewery's taproom is a place to watch the latest batch being brewed while you enjoy a cold pint or stop in to grab a growler of fresh beer to go. The brewery has the best local food trucks onsite every Thurs, Fri, Sat, and Sun plus visitors are always welcome to bring food or order delivery to the brewery. Free tours are every Sat & Sun at 1pm and at 2&3pm there is a $10 VIP Tasting & Tour (reservations suggested). After 6pm, you must be 21+ to visit the brewery. We're in a warehouse between Sherwin Williams and Boynton Marble and Granite. Park and enter in the back of the building.
We love this local beer! We typically purchase & take home.
We had never actually been to the brewery but we had a great time
Chilly Beer flowing, shuffle board, fuse ball, brewery tours & chilled "to go" as well. We loved the honey wheat brew and took home
4.5 based on 84 reviews
The Lake Worth Playhouse offers live theatre, Broadway standards, musicals, dramas, comedies, educational classes and independent film.
We found this little theater while browsing in downtown Lake Worth. We obtained a schedule of events and returned for several of them. The first, a play entitled -----, was our first experience inside the theater. Built in the 1930's I believe, it has a 'retro' feeling as you enter. Probably seating no more than 200, the accoustics were great, the lighting was excellent, and the stage settings fit the little stage perfectly. We enjoyed the price of the tickets even more!! We returned a couple of months later for Evita, which was performed exceptionally well and left us singing 'Argentina' for days! Again, the price of the tickets was well within our budget, and the evening performance was a perfect way to spend an evening. There is also a tiny black box theater adjacent to the main theater where we saw the movie "Snowman", a most unusual and moving film not shown on the big screen. Will we return to Lake Worth Playhouse? You betcha.
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