Van Gogh mural by Craig Mcinnis
Springtime hits that perfect sweet spot for travel—the kids are almost out of school, the sun is shining, flowers are in full bloom—so why not take a bit of time for you and your family to relax and enjoy the arts?
That’s where MOSAIC (Month of Shows, Art, Ideas & Culture) comes in, giving you an opportunity to explore The Palm Beaches (Florida’s Cultural Capital®) in all of its artsy glory. The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County and Discover The Palm Beaches are presenting MOSAIC, a month-long celebration of arts and culture in May, with deals from both hotels and cultural organizations for visitors and residents.
Now, here’s just a sample of what MOSAIC offers those in desperate need of a long weekend away:
Murals? Count me in!
Greg Mike mural shot by Adrian Wilcox Photography for Canvas Outdoor Museum Show
So you’ve booked your stay in The Palm Beaches, now what? Head to West Palm Beach and prepare yourself for a fantastic walking art tour hosted by CityPlace and Gravity. You’ll be guided around the city for 90 minutes, learning about the large-scale murals and installations (and the artist behind each piece). Each tour concludes with drinks and appetizers at Hilton West Palm Beach and MOSAIC Culture Coupon holders save $5 off the $40 admission for each tour, so take it and enjoy!
Kids and parents Can Delight in Animals and Science
Science and tigers and bears, oh my! You and your family can save money and enjoy the wide array of animal experiences available at Palm Beach Zoo and the fun and educational activities at South Florida Science Center and Aquarium when you visit with your MOSAIC Culture Coupons. With your coupons, you can save $5 off regular admission to the zoo (limit 4 per party) and get free child’s admission with the purchase of an adult admission at the science center—what a deal!
Take in a Weekend of Shows
Comedian Terry Fator
Music? Comedy? Jazz? MOSAIC has you covered when it comes to shows and performances. Arts Garage in Delray Beach is giving MOSAIC participants 2-for-1 tickets for all of its May concerts, which is an absolute steal! If you’re staying somewhere more central, the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is offering 50% off select seats to performances from comedian Terry Fator or “An Evening with Luther Vandross Starring Ruben Studdard.” Not a bad way to spend the weekend, especially if you’re looking for a bit of entertainment!
All of these (and more!) can be found at MosaicPBC.com. There, you can explore all of the cultural and hotel deals available during the month of May and book your stay immediately.
For those who prefer a more personal touch to their travel, the Cultural Concierge is ready to serve you. The program offers customized itineraries, hot tickets and enhanced access to cultural organizations, all with the know-how of a local expert. You can contact the Cultural Concierge by visiting CulturalConcierge.com.
We’ll see you in The Palm Beaches this May for #MOSAICPBC!
More on MOSAIC
A sampling of special offers for MOSAIC Culture Coupon Card holders includes:
- South Florida Science Center & Aquarium – West Palm Beach
Free child admission with the purchase of an adult admission. Offer valid from May 1-31.
- Old School Square – Delray Beach
Free admission to the Cornell Art Museum for card holder (plus guest). Offer valid from May 1-31.
- Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society – West Palm Beach
$5 discount on any regular admission (limit four per party). Offer valid from May 1-31.
- Kravis Center for the Performing Arts – West Palm Beach
50 percent discount on select seats to choice of “Terry Fator” (May 12) or “Always and Forever: An Evening of Luther Vandross Featuring Ruben Studdard” (May 13).
- Palm Beach Dramaworks – West Palm Beach
Two-for-one tickets to “Equus.” Offer valid from May 18-31.
A sampling of special hotel offers during the month of May includes:
- Jupiter Beach Resort & Spa – “Stay and Save the Sea Turtles”
Guests who book a minimum three-night stay will receive a $50 resort credit, souvenir “Loggy the Turtle” plush toy and have one of Florida’s native sea turtles adopted in their name. The package is offered in conjunction with the renowned Loggerhead Marinelife Center.
Guests who book in May will receive a 15 percent discount off their stay, a Palm Beach Gardens Welcome Bag with additional discounts to area attractions, complimentary parking and Wi-Fi, and two complimentary bottles of water.
- Tideline Ocean Resort & Spa – “Do a Free Night Oceanfront in Palm Beach”
Guests who book the best available rate for three nights will receive the fourth night free. Offer excludes Wednesday arrival.
- The Breakers Palm Beach – “Sixth Night Free”
Guests who stay six consecutive nights will receive the last night complimentary. Offer is combinable with hotel’s Complimentary Daily Benefits, and includes free daily breakfast and a range of other amenities.
- Delray Sands Resort – “Do an Extra Night Beachfront”
Guests who stay two nights will receive the third night free. Offer is available weekdays only.
- Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa – “More Beach Time with a Free Night”
Guests who stay three consecutive nights receive the fourth night free. Offer is valid for “Ocean View” room category and higher.
- Boca Raton Resort & Club – “Another Day in Paradise”
Guests who stay three consecutive nights receive the fourth night complimentary. Offer must be booked 60 days prior to arrival, and guests must use promo code “PBADPA.”
About Florida’s Cultural Capital®
The Palm Beaches is a collection of 39 cities and towns stretching from Boca Raton to Jupiter, with 47 miles of pristine Atlantic Ocean beaches and sophisticated art and culture. The destination has more than 200 cultural organizations that produce 42,000 events, exhibitions and performances annually.
The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County is the official support agency for arts and culture in The Palm Beaches, Florida’s Cultural Capital®. Headquartered in the historic Robert M. Montgomery, Jr. Building in Downtown Lake Worth, the Council presents exhibitions and performances featuring artists who live or work in Palm Beach County. The building also serves as a VISIT FLORIDA-designated Florida Certified Tourism Information Center, a helpful resource for visitors. The Council’s complimentary Cultural Concierge program provides visitors with expert recommendations, custom itineraries and enhanced access to local events and venues.