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The SilverBall Museum in Delray Beach is not so much a museum, rather an all hands on deck arcade.

The SilverBall Museum houses dozens of pinball machines, skeeball, air hockey, pacman, frogger and other classic arcade games from the 50s through the 90s. They're all available for you to play for super cheap.

Feel like a kid again playing classic games while also enjoying a cocktail, glass of wine or beer from the full bar. While the games are old, the museum is new and clean and will soon be one of your favorite places to hang out. 

The cost is only $10 for one hour of unlimited gameplay or $25 for an all-day pass. 

Find out more online here.

 The SilverBall Museum is located at 19 NE 3rd Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33483.

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The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is hosting their popular Lighthouse Moonrise Tour on Tuesday May 29th. Guests who attend will learn about the history of the lighthouse and enjoy great views of the full moon from the top of the Lighthouse and of the Town of Jupiter.

The tour is approximately 75 minutes long and tickets are required to attend. The costs of the tickets are $20 dollars and $15 dollars for Lighthouse Members. Tickets can be purchased online or by calling 561-747-8380 extension 101. Children are allowed to attend and must be 48” inches in height to climb the Lighthouse tower steps and accompanied by an adult. The Moonrise Tour starts at 7:45 pm to 9 pm, weather permitting.

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is located at 500 Captains

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On the middle of Hutchinson Island, where the beaches are still lined with miles of flowing green Casuarina trees, there's a preserve called Frederick Douglass Memorial Park where you can horseback ride along the shoreline of stunning blue water. 

Every Saturday and Sunday, and on weekdays by reservation, Tours by Horseback holds hour-long tours on Frederick Douglass Beach for just $45 a person.

Make it a romantic date and take your spouse or go with friends to do something different and refreshing. Check out this 30-second video of a group on the tour and see how pristine the beaches are on the 20-mile island.

Find out tour times, contact info and directions on the Tours by Horseback website here.

See homes for sale on Hutchinson Island here. 

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Tomorrow, May 23rd the Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach is releasing Teddy the sea turtle back into the ocean. Tomorrow just also happens to be World Turtle Day.

The sea turtle is an sub-adult loggerhead turtle that was found injured in January near Hutchinson Island. Staffers from the Inwater Research Group found the turtle floating in the St. Lucie power plant canal and contacted the Marinelife Center. Teddy weighed 113 pounds, which is underweight for sub-adult turtles, when the center took the turtle in.

The hospital staff at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center administered antibiotics, vitamins, iron, and fluids after the turtle’s blood work showed poor health due to starvation and anemia. Today, Teddy now weighs 125 pounds and is healthy

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Florida's beautiful subtropical climate promises residents warm, sunny days pretty much year-round. However, with the rainy season upon us, we can expect the occasional thunderstorm to stop us from heading to the beach. Luckily, Palm Beach County has a variety of indoor recreational activities to escape the rain, or the heat, including the trending Escape Rooms.

Escape Rooms are based on a digital puzzle where participants investigate a room to find the clues that will allow them to escape. It's an interactive experience solving a mystery while combining both theater and gameplay.

You'll be presented with a scenario, say you're locked in a mansion, stuck on a plane, or have to solve a crime, and you have to use the clues given to you to solve

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Sailfish Splash Waterpark in Stuart opens back up full-time for the summer starting this Friday, May 25th.

Sailfish Splash is a state-of-the-art, fairly new waterpark complete with a lazy river, two four-story tall water slides and a 7,000 square-foot water playground with tons of fun stuff for the kids like slides, jets, sprayers and a 300 gallon "Dump Bucket."

Adults can enjoy shaded picnic areas, lots of deck space with 600+ chairs and private cabana rentals that include drop-down privacy curtains, a personal concession server, cushioned wicker sofa and chairs, a ceiling fan, mini fridge and more.

There are life guards surrounding the entire park and lockers to store personal items. There's also a cute gift shop filled with all things

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The 8th Annual Lionfish Roundup will be held next Saturday, June 2nd. 

The roundup begins on Friday, June 1st, with a divers meeting and kick-off party at 6 p.m. at the Jupiter Pointe Marina in Tequesta. The spearfishing competition for the Lionfish is on Saturday with a tally and awards party at 2 p.m. Divers spearing the most Lionfish, the smallest, and the largest will be awarded up to $5,000. It's a fun way to do some fishing and to protect our natural reef habitat. 

Lionfish are an invasive species in South Florida that destroy our coral reefs, consume native reef fish, and breed at an uncontrollable rate. The roundup was started eight years ago when the species started dominating the coastline. 

The highly territorial fish are native to

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The Treasure Coast Tourism Showcase will be held this Sunday, May 20th at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center.

Play tourist in your own town or take the opportunity to see all the things the Treasure Coast has to offer!

You'll discover attractions, staycation packages, restaurants, golf courses, water sports and other activities to do in Vero Beach, St. Lucie and Martin Counties.

More than $5,000 in cash prizes will be given throughout the day as well as a free cruise.

The event is totally free and takes place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

To RSVP and find out more information, click here. 

PSL Civic Center: 9221 SE Civic Center Pl., Port St. Lucie, FL 34952.

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Jonathan Dickinson State Park is a Florida State Park in Martin County settled between Tequesta and Hobe Sound. Located just five miles north of Jupiter, the park features a variety of natural habitats, mangroves, river swamps, and wildlife among its 16 natural communities. The Loxahatchee River, Florida’s first federally designated scenic and wild river, runs through the middle of the park.

The park got its name after a Quaker merchant named Jonathan Dickinson who was shipwrecked off the coast in 1696. During the second World War, the park’s location was home to the Camp Murphy Army Base for the Southern Signal Corps School. The barracks are still visible and remain in the park today. The property was transferred from the United States Government to the

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This Saturday, May 19th, people all over the country will head to the coastlines to participate in the International Hands Across the Sand event. 

Hands Across the Sand was invented 8 years ago to encourage clean energy and clean water. It's a day of action uniting coastal residents, business owners and beachgoers against offshore drilling according to Diane Buhler, organization founder. Thanks to Florida's multi-billion dollar tourism industry that is dependent upon our white sand beaches, the state is exempt from any U.S. offshore drilling. Still, many people participate in the event to show solidarity for our marine environment.

Four organizations in Palm Beach and Martin Counties are hosting the event along with a beach clean up at our local

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