The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach

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The Society of the Four Arts is a non-profit charity organization that was founded in 1936. Its campus on the Intracoastal Waterway in Palm Beach is home to the Esther B. O’Keeffe Gallery Building, which includes the Esther B. O’Keeffe Art Gallery, a concert hall auditorium, two libraries, an administration building, and gardens. The Plaza's original building by Maurice Fatio now houses the town's library. The O'Keefe Gallery building was designed by architect Addison Mizner.

The Mary Alice Fortin Children's Art Gallery is on the second floor of the Rovensky Administration building, as well as the Four Arts Children’s Library.

The Four Arts Gardens, also known as the Four Arts Library, Gardens and Philip Hulitar Sculpture Gardens, are nonprofit botanical gardens at 100 Four Arts Plaza, Palm Beach, Florida on the campus of The Society of the Four Arts. The area consists of two gardens, including the Philip Hulitar Sculpture Gardens and the Four Arts Botanical Gardens. The gardens are open seven days a week, and there is no charge for admission. The society's two libraries serve as the local public libraries for the Town of Palm Beach.

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  • The Society Gardens are a must visit, you can enjoy 2 hours of peace while enjoying the flowers, sculptures and fountains. 
    The Society Gardens are a must visit, you can enjoy 2 hours of peace while enjoying the flowers, sculptures and fountains.  more »
  • Recently,I returned to the charming Society of the Four Arts Art Exhibit Area.I saw a fine temporary exhibit,"American Impressionism 1870-1940"which ends on April 16,2022.This exhibit emphasized... 
    Recently,I returned to the charming Society of the Four Arts Art Exhibit Area.I saw a fine temporary exhibit,"American Impressionism 1870-1940"which ends on April 16,2022.This exhibit emphasized...  more »
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  • What a perfectly maintained garden - a real gem! Free admission, and easy parking. A small space with nothing wildly spectacular, but all the plants are well maintained and it’s a peaceful spot. Enjoying coming her just to walk around and think. Certainly a Palm Beach treat :)
  • This is a beautiful little garden with public display of sculpture and some paintings. The garden is open to the public 10am-5pm every day, free of charge. There are also educational lectures and workshops throughout the years, and you can make a reservation online for those programs. You can walk the Palm Beach Lake Trail for 10 min to get to the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum. It's a pleasant walk along the water on a nice day.

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