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Things to Do in Boca Raton, Florida

Bindu swetha May 16, 2020
Sun, sand and surf at one of the famous Palm beaches, the Boca Raton, that awaits you with the weather which is just about perfect for a vacation throughout the year!
Boca Raton Museum of Art 
With a variety of permanent and temporary exhibits of several art works collected from across the world including works by Degas, Picasso and Andy Warhol, the Art Museum is a great place to spend time with your kids.
The museum offers educational and instructional tours that help guests soak in all the knowledge about the art works on display!
Spanish River Park 
Known as Boca Raton's Lagoon, the Spanish River Park is the perfect place to explore some nature trails or enjoy a picnic with your family. Though you cannot swim in the lagoon, access to the Atlantic beach is allowed during the day, in the presence of lifeguards.
 Boca Express Train Museum 
Another museum worth visiting is the Train Museum at Old Town Hall where dining and lounge rail cars are preserved, offering the guests a glimpse into the golden era of rail travel!
The famous 1930 Baldwin steam switch engine and 1964 Atlantic Coast Line caboose are on display for guests! You can also buy some souvenir from the Fire Bay gift shop at the museum.
South Inlet Park 
An unexplored, quiet place to engage in swimming, snorkeling and fishing activities - that's what South Inlet Park promises to offer! The beautiful scene of the sun setting on the ocean, with no or less crowd to disturb you, is a perfect setting for a romantic evening!
Gumbo Limbo Nature Center 
20 acres of conserved coastal ecosystem with a butterfly garden, sea turtle rehab center, an elevated boardwalk - the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center is a fun place to take your little ones along!
Boca Raton Helicopters 
To get the best view of the never-ending white beaches, turquoise water views of the ocean and the vibrant cities of the country, book a tour with the Southern (Boca Raton) Helicopters.
The helicopters specialize in flight training and airborne photography apart from arranging a variety of tours!
Red Reef Park 
Need a hideaway from the noise of the city? Head straight to the Red Reef Park on the North Ocean Boulevard for some quiet time in the lap of nature.
Being a perfect place to spot a few birds, the place can interest birdwatchers apart from being a favorite of surf fisherman, paddle-boarders and swimmers!
Sugar Sand Park 
Encouraging children to get involved and creative in the world of science with fun activities other than exploring the Children's Science Explorium are some of the exciting things to do at the Sugar Sand Park.
The Sand Pine and Slash Pine trails are the outdoor trails which are suitable for visitors of all ages!
Daggerwing Nature Center 
Lots of plant species and wildlife such as woodpeckers, osprey, wood storks, the famous Ruddy Daggerwing butterfly await you at the Nature Center!
At this nature center, you can explore muddy surroundings via trails with elevated boardwalks and an observation center. There's also a 3000 sq ft exhibition center with interactive exhibits and live animals.