Things To Do In Royal Palm Beach


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  • Lion Country Safari
    Lion Country Safari is a zoo with no cages. Instead, many of the 900 animals, including the largest zebra herd outside of Africa, roam its 320 acres freely. During drive-through safaris, cars tour seven sections of the preserve?which represent different areas such as western Zimbabwe and the Serengeti?to see llamas, asiatic water buffalo, chimpanzees, and white rhinoceros. Lions have a section all to themselves so that they don't prey on other animals or disturb them with giggles from the pride's late-night slumber parties. In addition to the four-mile drive, Lion Country Safari's Safari World allows guests to explore rides and attractions as they visit with animals on foot. They can feed giraffes, practice animal-massage techniques at the petting zoo, or hop on the carousel next to Lake Shanalee's paddleboat rides. After kids splash through the interactive Safari Splash waterpark, they can zoom down two brand-new water slides, hop onto the ferris wheel, or ask exotic birds for advice on how to fly.
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    2003 Lion Country Safari Rd.
    Loxahatchee, FL US
  • Orangetheory Fitness Royal Palm Beach
    The workout doesn't stop after you leave Orangetheory Fitness Royal Palm Beach—at least, that's what your body thinks. Long after clients have showered and dressed, their metabolisms stay cranked up as if they were still hitting the gym's treadmills, rowing machines, and SBT suspension equipment. That's because the trainers use stop-start interval training that teaches the body to assume another round is right around the corner, so it stays in fat-burning mode. This approach can keep metabolisms raised for up to 38 hours after the workout ends, helping limit the plateau many exercisers experience with regular workouts and when reaching the top of Mount Trapezoid.
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    11021 Southern Boulevard
    Royal Palm Beach, FL US
  • Aerial Trapeze Academy
    Matthew Altbuch started learning the art of circus performance at the tender age of eight, quickly mastering the unicycle, juggling, and the trapeze. Throughout school, he performed in talent shows, ultimately going on to spend time with the Florida State Flying High Circus after college. Eventually, he realized his passion lay in sharing the circus arts with others, so he founded Aerial Trapeze Academy to carry out his mission of training performers around the world. He now lives his dream, joined by three other teachers as he holds trapeze classes for the next generation of gravity-defiers.
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    13087 40th St. N
    Royal Palm Beach, FL US
  • The Good Earth Farm and Foundation
    Roughly 15 minutes from West Palm Beach lies 20 acres devoted entirely to animals. More than 140 animals make their home at The Good Earth Farm and Foundation. The staff?which includes an animal reiki practitioner and psychic?helps these animals heal and lead happier, healthier lives. The animals and staff educate the public at the children's zoo and through programs such as animal assisted therapy for children. The Good Earth Farm and Foundation can also serve as a venue for weddings and birthday parties.
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    2141 B Rd
    Loxahatchee, FL US
  • Dianett's Art Studio
    The artist behind Dianett's Art Lounge unleashes her personality through painting which is proudly displayed in her gallery. During her classes, she encourages students to have fun while creating their paintings. Students may bring their favorite bottle of wine or mixed drink to sip on while they paint an image on canvas and wine glasses?which includes everything from strawberry cupcakes to nude forms?under the tutelage of a professional artist.
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    402 West Industrial Ave.
    Boynton Beach, FL US
  • Lazy Acres Farms
    Nestled above a wildlife refuge, Lazy Acres Farms spreads its dirt-and-grass paddocks out over 10 scenic Floridian acres. Here, head instructor Shannon Reilly, who has ridden since age 4 and has taught for more than 15 years, coaches pupils in English and Western riding styles, whether they?re learning for pleasure or to prepare for Lady Godiva costume competitions. Certified by the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association, Reilly treats special-needs children and adults to therapeutic lessons, and Lazy Acres is also home to Reilly Hyland Animal Sanctuary, a nonprofit haven for abused and neglected creatures. Outside the ranch, trail rides wind through paths of western Palm Beach County, where equestrians bask in the fresh air while looking out for A-list gators hiding from the paparazzi.
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    14404 North Rd.
    Loxahatchee, FL US
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