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10 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day 2023 in The Palm Beaches

10 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day 2023 in The Palm Beaches

Looking for ways to celebrate World Earth Day 2023 in The Palm Beaches? You’re in the right place! Here is a list of activities and events for April 22!

Celebrated all around the world on April 22, Earth Day is a day of action to change human behavior towards our environment and natural resources. Do you want to join this global celebration? We have compiled a list of 10 fun ways to celebrate Earth Day in Palm Beach County. 

1. Plan an outdoor adventure for the entire family

Celebrate our Earth by discovering the natural wonders of The Palm Beaches. Palm Beach County is home to a hidden wild side that’s waiting to be discovered! On Earth Day, plan an outdoor adventure for the entire family. We guarantee that all nature lovers will delight in these immersive, off-the-beaten-path experiences in The Palm Beaches.


Sign indicating Ocean to Lake Trail

2. Check out our sustainable businesses

Did you know that Palm Beach County is a leader in energy, environmental design, agriculture, and a sustainability champion? Our communities and businesses strive to protect the environment to ensure that everybody—residents and visitors—can enjoy the beauty of our area. From breweries to hotels, our area boasts a plethora of businesses and tourist attractions that are making a difference for our planet. Check them out below!


Swank Farm

3. Visit one of our vegan restaurants

On Earth Day, reduce your footprint by consuming plant-based food. The Palm Beaches have plenty of restaurants offering fresh, organic, meatless meals. Check out our vegan dining guide for Palm Beach County and pick your favorite!


10 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day 2023 in The Palm Beaches

4. Get up close with animals

Ever fed a giraffe?  Well, now’s your chance. The Palm Beaches feature a variety of natural areas teeming with native wildlife, as well as world-class zoos and animal parks that offer unforgettable experiences. Here’s a list of places where you can get an up-close look at some see-it-to-believe-it wildlife.


Giraffes at Lion Country Safari

5. Plan a sustainable trip

Want to minimize your impact when visiting our beautiful destination? Here’s a list of practical, earth-friendly ways to help you enjoy your next visit to The Palm Beaches.


10 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day 2023 in The Palm Beaches

6. Learn more about our beloved residents: The Florida’s Manatees

Manatees are found throughout Florida, but The Palm Beaches have long been known as a haven for them, and Florida Power & Light runs the place to see these famous “sea cows:” Manatee Lagoon – An FPL Eco-Discovery Center. On Earth Day, Learn more about our beloved residents and the sustainability initiatives of Manatee Lagoon!


Lobby at Manatee Lagoon
Courtesy of Manatee Lagoon

7. Reconnect with nature at the Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens

This Saturday, Experience the serenity of strolling through a pristine traditional Japanese garden at the celebrated Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens. This cultural treasure in Delray Beach offers more than 16 acres of lush, immaculate Japanese gardens inspired by traditional garden designs and renowned gardens of Japan. Click the link below to learn more.


10 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day 2023 in The Palm Beaches

8. Visit one of our beautiful beaches

What better way to celebrate Earth than spending some quality time at one of our golden beaches? With 47 miles of pristine Atlantic coastline and stretches of golden sand to pick from, it’s easy to find the perfect beach!


Dubois Park

9. Leave your car at home

Traveling to The Palm Beaches from South Florida? Go zooming by all the traffic via Brightline express trains designed for a superbly smooth ride. Board Brightline in downtown Miami, Ft. Lauderdale or Aventura and get to West Palm Beach in as little as 60 minutes and to Boca Raton in only 50 minutes. Once you arrive, take advantage of BrightBike and CitiBike rentals at the stations.


10 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day 2023 in The Palm Beaches

10. Attend Earth Day Events

There are several events happening all around the county to celebrate our planet this Saturday. Here are 4 can’t-be-missed events.

Earth Day Yoga, West Palm Beach
Celebrate Earth Day with a community yoga class along Rosemary Avenue supporting Piper’s Angels Foundation’s The Crossing for Cystic Fibrosis. The yoga class is held at The Square, 700 South Rosemary Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33401. Sign up here.

BEE Kind Earth Day Celebration, Palm Beach Gardens
From 12 pm to 3 pm, join a bee Earth Day celebration at The Interactive Water Feature at Downtown Palm Beach Gardens. Enjoy a beekeeper meet & greet, honey candle crafting with Wood wick & co., special tea and treat tasting featuring The Spice & Tea Exchange and Sweetgreen, and fun games with REI. You won’t want to miss the special honey-inspired mocktail class hosted by mixologist Jules Aron.
The FREE event takes place in Downtown Palm Beach Gardens 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Avenue Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410. Reserve a spot here.

Earth Day With Blend PBC, West Palm Beach
From 10:30 am-12:30 pm, visit The Square (700 South Rosemary Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33401) for a day of learning with Blend PBC. Join in on two classes and learn some tips and tricks to better take care of yourself and the planet. There will be two classes available:

Register here.
Earth Day Coastal Cleanup Day, West Palm Beach
From 9:00 am to 11:00 am, join Visit Palm Beach and its partners for an Earth Day Land & Waterway Coastal Celebration & Cleanup at Currie Park in West Palm Beach!
This FREE event is held at Currie Park, 2400 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, FL 33407. Sign up for this coastal cleanup and when you check in at the Visit Palm Beach tent you will receive a discount code for 10% off any Visit Palm Beach excursion.

10 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day 2023 in The Palm Beaches
Courtesy of The Square


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