Strike a pose in front of any of Ann Norton’s monumental sculptures for a winning selfie. This national historic landmark in West Palm Beach is also home to the late artist’s studio, private house and several rare species gardens.
Headed out for some art-spotting? Visit Boca Raton's contemporary art museum to snap your #POTD (photo of the day). One of five cubes created by Tony Rosenthal graces the front entrance. The spinning 15-foot "Marty's Cube" is very photogenic and said to be lucky.
Blow up your Instagram feed with a photo of the amazing view of the Loxahatchee River, Jupiter Inlet and the Atlantic Ocean, atop the iconic, no-filter required Jupiter Lighthouse. Built in 1860, you can't miss the orange-red tower located on Palm Beach's northern end.
Always camera-ready, this zebra is just one of more than 900 animals that are ready for their close-up at Lion Country Safari. The state's only drive-through safari and amusement park is filled with animal encounters, rides, the Safari Splash spray ground, exhibits and plenty of opportunities to say cheese.
We hope you like this spiky, pine cone-shaped tropical fruit because pineapples rule the day at the Pineapple Grove Arts District. Located just off Atlantic Avenue in Downtown Delray Beach on NE Second Ave. and NE Fourth Ave., the area features an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and galleries, in addition to a thriving artist community.
Experience the nostalgia of the golden era of train travel at the Boca Express Train Museum. Strike a pose in front of a 1947 Seabord Air Line streamlined rail car and the historic FEC train depot, both which have been restored to their original splendor. Opera gloves are entirely optional.
It's always tee time at Florida's Golf Capital—the Palm Beaches. Among the many amenities and award-winning concessions at the Palm Beach International Airport is an 8-hole putting green where you can polish your game for $3.20. It's located in pre-security next to Sam Snead's on Level Two.
Although downtown Lake Worth is considered the artistic soul, the crown jewel is the William O. Lockhart Municipal Pier (better known as the Lake Worth Pier). On the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, here you can grab a suntan, dip in the ocean or watch amazing sunsets.
Go down under to swim with spotted stingrays, starfish, octopus and tropical fish at the Underwater Snorkeling Trail. The trail's artificial reef is made of 600 tons of limestone rock and a go-to spot for scuba divers and underwater photographers.
Built in 2010, the Worth Avenue Clock Tower is a popular hangout for both locals and travelers heading for a day of shopping and dining at the famous Worth Avenue shopping district. With working clocks on all four sides, you can record how long it takes you to capture that selfie.
What could be a better backdrop than a pre-historic T-Rex head fossil? That's what the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium has in store for you. The center has a variety of cool places to explore, including a 10,000 gallon aquarium, 100-plus hands-on colorful exhibits and a new mini-golf course built in a giant butterfly garden.
Centered on the grand thoroughfare of Mizner Park, the gazebo in the Plaza Real is a charming, romantic setting. Surrounded by lush palm trees, impeccable gardens and fountains, Mizner Park is the perfect combination of natural beauty and sophistication.