While you are staying in Boca Raton there is a variety of leisure activities and opportunities for you to explore this beautiful city. Everything about this town is imbued with a mystic and Mediterranean feel, leading to beautiful architecture and design everywhere you look. Whether you are shopping at the center or enjoying a day by the pool, the pale pink and blue hues are ever present, creating a relaxing and cohesive experience.
The Boca Raton Resort and Club, a Waldorf Astoria resort, as well as being a unique and beautiful venue for your event, also has a versatile selection of activities for you and your guests. With multiple pools, a golf club, tennis courts, spa, and health club, the resort has much to offer both adults with the desire to relax and improve their swing and families looking for some memorable family experiences.
The tennis facilities at Boca Raton Resort and Club include thirty clay courts and the opportunity for expert instruction by the Evert Academy. The resort is also home to two incredible golf courses. Both courses are visually stunning, and a peaceful place to practice your game, or receive instruction from one of the pros. As well as tennis and golf, the resort offers an exclusive yachting experience, with a variety of opportunities to get away from the bustle of everyday life, and relax on the water.
Boca Raton Museums
The city of Boca Raton has multiple opportunities for experiencing the art world, from the traditional museum setting to the more nontraditional gardens.
The Boca Raton Museum of Art houses many works but the greats including Degas, Matisse, Warhol, and Picasso, while also rotating modern art exhibitions including various rising artists. Beyond the art in the collections, the museum itself is a work of art with beautiful, spacious white exhibition room, and the same pale pink hue on the external façade as many of the other buildings in the town.
The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens are another excellent example of what Boca Raton has to offer. They provide a green, and tropical contrast to the strong Mediterranean vibe of much of Boca Raton. The Morikami Museum includes two indoor museums as well as multiple traditional Japanese gardens. Allowing you to experience the Japanese culture both inside, and out. Both museums have a variety of monthly events, so be sure to check the calendar before your visit!
Boca Raton also gives you access to the shopping experience you desire at the Town Center at Boca Raton. With stores from Louis Vuitton to Gucci to Swarovski, there is the store for everyone. The Town Center manages to provide visitors with the shopping experiences they are used too, while also still remaining true to the experience of Boca Raton.
We really hope you have enjoyed out little tour of Boca Raton. If you missed the first installment, Boca Raton Part One, be sure to check it out to find out more about this lovely resort town. Let us know what other resort towns inspire you in the comments below, and we will be sure to check them out also.