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Enjoy Palm Beach's Art, Food and History in One Place

TravelPulse logo TravelPulse 9/14/2017 Patrick Clarke
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Foodies, art fans and history buffs visiting South Florida will want to move Palm Beach County to the top of their list.

Not only are West Palm Beach, Lake Worth and Lantana, Boynton Beach and Delray Beach home to some of the best-kept secrets in the Sunshine State, but these stops are also the sites of the one-of-a-kind Taste History Culinary Tours.

The popular bus and walking tour guides guests to and from the region's most underrated family-owned eateries and art districts where they can sample the best local cuisine while diving into the destination's rich culture and history.

The Museum of Lifestyle and Fashion History program offers three- to four-hour narrated tours of Palm Beach County's tastiest spots with guests chowing down at four to five gems along the way.

Travelers will also experience three to four emerging art galleries and districts featuring murals, sculptures and more artwork from local artists. The tours cost $52 to $65 per person and are offered year-round on Saturdays starting at 11 a.m.

Guests will treat their taste buds to all kinds of cuisine, including Floribbean dishes while learning about how Palm Beach came to be.

Founded by Lori Durante, the tours will continue this fall with a Delray Beach and Boynton Beach journey scheduled for September 23.

The tour will also pass through Delray Beach and Boynton Beach on October 21, October 28 and November 18.

Taste History Culinary Tours will travel to West Palm Beach and Lake Worth on October 7, November 4 and December 2 before setting up shop in Lake Worth and Lantana on October 14., November 11 and December. 9.

A special Thanksgiving Weekend Art & Culinary Tour is planned for November 25, followed by a Special Christmas Holiday Taste History on December 13 and a Christmas Weekend Art & Culinary Tour on December 23.

For those visitors hoping to experience South Florida like a local, a Taste History Culinary Tour is a no-brainer and a surefire route to a memorable trip.


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