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10 Fun Things To Do In Palm Beach On A Cloudy Day

The Editors | March 17, 2021 | Lifestyle

Don't let the rain or cloudy weather ruin your perfect Palm Beach day. When the sun isn't shining, play it safe with these fabulous activities.

WELLNESS

Brazilian Court Entrance

The Brazilian Court Salon

Inside the revamped interiors of The Brazilian Courty, fan-favorite The Brazilian Court Salon too has unveiled renovated environs. Decked in custom Italian furnishings, the fresh, intriguing design features expanded space for hairstyling and treatments, a new mani-pedi room and a traditional men’s barber. 301 Australian Ave., Palm Beach

Hydrá Wellness

Feeling fatigued after a long work day, or just all around not up to par? Hydrá Wellness can help that and more—in its chic spalike environment. Located in the heart of Palm Beach, Hydrá was born out of the team’s passion for the latest in the field of functional medicine. Its proprietary IV blend menu tackles a variety of goals with high-quality ingredients. 114 N. County Road, Palm Beach

Aura Nail Spa

Aura Nail Spa will treat you like a princess while you sit in a high back pink throne and soak your tired feet. Blissful manicures and waxing treatments are also available. Once you walk through the Versace-like decor, your stress level will diminish, leaving you refreshed. 302 S. County Road, Palm Beach

Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa

Top of the agenda at Eau Palm Beach’s spa: indulge in treatments using exclusive Swiss line Valmont—the only spa in the area to offer these specialty products. On the menu is the Valmont Vitality of the Glaciers facial, aka pure bliss. The harms of everyday stresses and pollution are erased from the skin with boosts of cellular renewal. Emerge renewed, hydrated, detoxed and with a postfacial glow. 100 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan

ARTS

Drawing Room Flagler Museum

Henry Morrison Flagler Museum’s Whitehall

Arguably the father of Florida tourism, Henry Morrison Flagler first built his enormous wealth at Standard Oil, then retired to become a developer of hotels such as the Royal Poinciana and Palm Beach Inn (later renamed The Breakers) while completing the Florida East Coast Railway south to Key West. On the occasion of his marriage to Mary Lily Kenan, Flagler gifted Whitehall to his bride. At a staggering 100,000 square feet and more than 75 rooms when completed in 1902, the estate is a testament to the Gilded Age. Currently open to the public by scheduled visit, Whitehall welcomes home the original circa-1900 French Renaissance-style dining room furnished in time for the museum’s 60th anniversary. 1 Whitehall Way, Palm Beach

Samuel Owen Gallery

Samuel Owen Gallery brings a cutting-edge artistic perspective to Palm Beach. With a deep history and network in Greenwich and Nantucket, founders Lee and Cindy Milazzo and co-owner and gallery director Devon McCready found it only natural to pick Palm Beach as their next locale, solidifying a connection between New York’s vibrant art scene and the local community. Expect a maintained extensive inventory of works by multimedia artists. 253 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach

Sotheby’s Palm Beach

Focused on a wide selection of fine art, design, jewelry, watches and luxury cars, this gallery has the backing of the world’s first international auction house. Items here go beyond art and are handpicked by Sotheby’s specialists. The venue will also offer monthly trunk shows featuring contemporary jewelers. 150 Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach

Levy Gorvy gallery

Lévy Gorvy

Renowned gallery Lévy Gorvy puts its stamp on Palm Beach’s arts scene as it settles into the Slat House in The Royal Poinciana Plaza. “We have conceived Lévy Gorvy not as a ‘pop-up,’ but rather as a full gallery, bringing our artists and international program to one of the most prestigious residences for collectors in America,” says co-founder Brett Gorvy. 50 Cocoanut Row, Ste. 122, Palm Beach

Cavalier Galleries

This gallery presents traditional and representational artwork, as well as modern and contemporary works from local and international artists working in painting, sculpture and photography. Featured artists include Wolf Kahn, Robert Stark, Guy Stanley Philoche, Jane DeDecker and and more; plus, an exclusive collection of modern masters pieces. 235C Worth Ave., Palm Beach

Norton Museum of Art

Norton Museum of Art greets 2021 with a bevy of celebratory programming. “Our 2021 season reenforces the power of art to address universal concerns,” says Cheryl Brutvan, director of curatorial affairs. “Art provides ways to understand and engage with contemporary issues, often through work that reveals artists’ insights and awareness of their own struggles with identity, immigration and racial injustice.” Also on view: Celebrating the Norton: 80 Years, an exhibition of the museum’s eight decades of bringing thought-provoking culture to Palm Beach County. 1450 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach



Photography by: Courtesy of The Brazilian Court; by Oriol Tarridas; courtesy of Flagler Museum