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Palm Beach County’s fabled wealth extends
far beyond boutiques and society events. Countless cultural treasures
are available to visitors throughout the year. With many free events
and discount offers to cultural tourists, opportunities abound to
satisfy any budget.
The county’s reputation as Florida’s Cultural Capital
clearly is well deserved. From world-class museums, theaters and
performing arts centers to fascinating historical sites, exceptional
works by visual and performing artists and a mélange of multicultural
festivals and celebrations, the county offers a never-ending supply
of cultural options.
Among the best-attended cultural events are SunFest in May and
the South Florida Fair in January. Some of the most popular venues
for visitors are the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing
Arts, the Norton Museum of Art, the South Florida Science Museum
and Palm Beach Zoo at Dreher Park in West Palm Beach; Whitehall
(the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum) and the Society of the Four
Arts, both in Palm Beach; and the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens
in Delray Beach.
Visitors to other corners of the county also will discover why
"Culture Has Found its Place in the Sun." Choices include
the Boca Raton Museum of Art and the new de Hoernle Amphitheater
at the Centre for Arts in Mizner Park, Boca's Caldwell Theatre Company,
Florida Stage in Manalapan and Old School Square, Florida's finest
example of historic renovation for cultural use, in downtown Delray
Beach. Like Delray, downtown Lake Worth has witnessed a renaissance
in its historic buildings. Among them are the studios of Klein Dance,
the nationally recognized contemporary dance company, and Palm Beach
Institute of Contemporary Art, where cutting-edge video and visual
art has attracted attention all the way to New York.
Also tucked into Palm Beach County's "2,386 Square Miles of
Arts & Entertainment" are the Cuillo Centre for the Arts
in downtown West Palm Beach, Palm Beach's grand old Royal Poinciana
Playhouse, the American Orchid Society's new world headquarters
next to the Morikami in suburban Delray Beach, the renowned Palm
Beach Photographic Centre in Delray's downtown, the Armory Art Center
in West Palm Beach and the Loxahatchee River Historical Society,
with its historic Jupiter Lighthouse, in northern Palm Beach County.
Palm Beach County's coming cultural attractions include a reinvigorated
Jupiter Theatre, where native son Burt Reynolds acted and directed
for 20 years; a new campus for the South Florida Science Museum;
and completion of Palm Beach Zoo's build-out as Florida's finest
example of Asian, African and indigenous Florida flora and fauna.
For further variety, sample our two professional ballet companies
-- Ballet Florida and Miami City Ballet -- as well as talented student
performers with Boca Ballet Theatre and the Harid Conservatory.
Visit the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts & Letters in Boca
Raton for theater, music and striking visual arts exhibitions. Experience
Palm Beach Opera’s five major productions a year. Enjoy concerts
by the Palm Beach Pops and the Florida Sunshine Pops, which please
audiences from Palm Beach to Boca Raton. For more daring works,
find the avante-garde at the Kravis's Rinker Playhouse and Watson
B. Duncan Theatre in Lake Worth.
Then, if you have any time left, we understand there are some beaches
and a few golf courses here. Enjoy your visit to Florida’s
Cultural Capital -- Palm Beach County.
Palm Beach County Cultural Council
Stats & Facts:
The population of Manalapan is approximately 312.
The approximate number of families is 287.
The amount of land area in Manalapan is 1.17 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 5.201 sq kilometers.
The distance from Manalapan to Washington DC is 870 miles. The distance
to the Florida state capital is 373 miles. (as the crow flies)
Manalapan is positioned 26.55 degrees north of the equator and 80.04
degrees west of the prime meridian.