With 47 miles of pristine Atlantic coastline and an array of family-friendly attractions, The Palm Beaches is one of the most alluring destinations in Florida. It’s collection of buzz-worthy attractions in addition to the golden stretches of sand, blue Atlantic waters and swaying palm trees make it perfect for pictures, so The Palm Beaches have created Florida’s first fully interactive Selfie Trail where both locals and visitors can participate in the community.
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The Selfie Trail pinpoints a suggested list of popular attractions in the area, while hidden gems that locals might only know about are also highlighted. It’s a source of real-time information and a place to show off and take advantage of South Florida’s natural beauty, where you can find inspiration for exploring some of the most picturesque landscapes and authentic Florida backdrops.
There are more than 30 places highlighted on the map. Some of the stops along the trail include places like the iconic Jupiter Lighthouse, exotic animals at Lion Country Safari and one of the most beautiful shopping areas in the country, Worth Avenue. Take the dogs to Palm Commons Park or Jupiter’s dog-friendly beach, spend an afternoon shopping and dining at Harbourside Place or take a selfie with a turtle at Loggerhead Marinelife Center.
Looking for something unique? Whip your camera out in the hurricane simulator at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium or snap an up-close shot of you and a sloth in the Sloth Experience at the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society. If you like eclectic art, make sure to snap a photo of the Pineapple Grove statue in Delray Beach, admire the nine monolithic sculptures in Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, or feel like a genius next to the Einstein Canvas Mural in West Palm Beach.
Some places you might not know about is Point Chosen Bridge, the oldest swing drawbridge in Florida, the large chessboard at PGA Commons and an Underwater Snorkel Trail in Phil Foster Park. Discover the funky bohemian area of Northwood Village, marvel at bonsai displays at Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens or hop aboard the historic trains at Boca Express Train Museum.
For classic Florida shots, take a stroll along the scenic boardwalk that winds through Ocean Reef Park, spot manatees in Manatee Lagoon – An FPL Eco-Discovery Center and capture a colorful sunrise at the Lake Worth Pier. Of course, don’t forget the area’s top photo-worthy beach spots, from Boynton Beach to Juno Beach.
All you have to do is visit their website to find an interactive map of suggested attractions, then upload your photo to social media and tag @PalmBeachesFL using the hashtag #ThePalmBeaches.
Selfie Trail in the Palm Beaches:
Official Website and Interactive Map