Land & Water Tours
DDA Historic Trolley Tours – Join tour guide, “Evelyn Chapman” as she takes patrons on a journey through the Clematis District’s vibrant development and distinctive architectural styles, from the pioneering days of the early 1900s and the real estate boom of the 1920s, to the continued revitalization present today.
DivaDuck Amphibious Tours– Can’t decide between South Florida’s land and water tours? DivaDuck is your amphibious tour solution! This 75-minute, fully narrated, musical tour that takes you over both land and sea. Experience the thrill of riding up HIGH through beautifully transformed historic neighborhoods and then, “SPLASH” into the crystal blue waters for a relaxing and entertaining cruise on the Intracoastal Waterway.
Flagler Museum Tours – Free, with paid admission to the Museum, visitors have several options for touring Whitehall, the 100,000 square-foot Gilded Age Mansion of Henry Flagler. Visit the Audio Tour Attendant on the front porch to receive a complimentary audio tour wand, download the free Flagler App to your smart device, grab a self-guide brochure or take advantage of a docent-led tour that covers the first floor of this once private dwelling.
Ghosts of Palm Beach – Narrated by passionate local experts, Ghosts of Palm Beach dedicates itself to exploring paranormal phenomena and ghostly happenings in a fun-filled evening of rich storytelling and maybe a chill or two. These interactive ghost walks give you the opportunity to explore scandal, glamour and the supernatural associated with Palm Beachers from long ago.
Island Living Tours – Island Living entertains guests with tours of Palm Beach, the renowned resort town. Driving, biking and garden tours are conducted by longtime resident, Leslie Diver, who provides a true insider’s look at the history, architecture and residents – famous and infamous. All tours are private and by appointment.
Jupiter Island Tours – There’s no better way to see the magnificent estates of Jupiter Island than from the water! This 2-hour narrated boat tour takes guests along the calm, beautiful blue waters of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, highlighting local history as well as homes of the rich and famous. See the single most concentration of wealth in America aboard the Manatee Queen! Sunset/Evening Cruises are also available.
Palm Beach Bus Tours – View the beautiful mansions of celebrities and Palm Beach’s rich and famous, while enjoying the delightful narration of your tour guide during this 65 minute bus excursion. The 30 passenger coach is air conditioned with comfortable seating and big windows from which to view the scenery.
Palm Beach Segway Tours – Palm Beach Segway Tours combine the thrill of riding “the coolest machine in the world” with one of the most exclusive areas in the world. A perfect blend of fun and adventure with dashes of interesting facts along the way. No experience necessary. Anyone can do it!
VIP Tour Peanut Island – The Kennedy Bunker was constructed swiftly and secretively during the run-up to the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1961 and made available to President John F. Kennedy and his entourage as a safe haven during those times. Tour the adjacent 1936 Coast Guard Station and go down inside the JFK Bunker during this detailed 40 minute tour.
West Palm Beach Food Tours – Get off the beaten path and discover delicious downtown West Palm Beach with 13 tastings from the best locally owned restaurants. This all-inclusive guided food tour includes one mile of easy walking over a 3 hour period with plenty of air conditioned stops and 5 seated tastings.
Worth Avenue Historical Walking Tours – Summon Henry Flagler, conjure up Addison Mizner and channel other characters as you stroll through Old Palm Beach on one of Worth Avenue Association’s popular “Historical Walking Tours of Wonderful Worth Avenue.” Lasting approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes, the tour covers much of the history of Worth Avenue, including its architectural importance, influence on the fashion world and the development of the legendary social scene that established Palm Beach as America’s first resort destination during the gilded age.