Looking for a little history lesson? Embark on a guided tour of local Palm Beach area towns. Excursions like these are offered in most areas that highlight local area landmarks and given with historical narrations.
Get to know downtown West Palm Beach outdoors by engaging in a Segway tour. Palm Beach Segway Tours is ranked #1 Tour & Thing to Do in West Palm Beach on TripAdvisor and awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 5 years in a row. If a Segway is not your way to tour, try the Diva Duck Amphibious Tours. Nose-dive into the Intracoastal on a vessel made for the water and the streets. Be prepared for lots of laughs because of clichéd jokes and an enjoyable family time.
Historical Palm Beach can be toured by signing up for an Island Living Tour. Choose your own tour, they are offered by driving a car, riding a bicycle or walking tours. Having fun in Palm Beach does not have to be expensive. The little town of Palm Beach is only three blocks wide and 13 miles long.
Walking tours and driving tours are offered of the Town of Lake Worth. These are self-guided tours of the delightful town and are offered by The Cottages of Lake Worth. Lake Worth is a seaside city of 37,000 residents and 7 square miles, located in Palm Beach County, next door to Palm Beach. Lake Worth has a lot of creative personality with a historic theater and a museum, live music clubs, coffee houses, art galleries, antique malls, retail stores, and many restaurants.
Head a little bit north and tour the seaside and intracoastal town of Jupiter by water. The Town of Jupiter has three major bodies of water that border it, the Atlantic Ocean, the Intracoastal Waterway and the Loxahatchee River. The Manatee Queen sails down the intracoastal and along Jupiter Island. The captain narrates the cruise as he shares stories of local waterfront landmarks and homes.