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Henry Morrison Flagler Museum

Category: Monuments + Museums

1 Whitehall Way, Palm Beach, FL 33407


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Henry Morrison Flagler Museum - Reviews from across the web

Oppulence extreme - user review
Incredible site to see an industry magnet and the man who gave us the modern coorperation. To consider he and his wife lived here only 7 weeks out of the year makes this even m...

Awesome Flagler Museum - A MUST SEE - user review
For a mere $8 fee you see all this: Is referred to as the Taj Mahal of North America. The facade has white columns - built in the Edwardian style. It has 55 rooms, an Italian library, Fr...

A Must See !! - user review
Amazing experience! A historical landmark filled with lots to see. Optional guided tour staffed by volunteers gives loads of information regarding the past and future of this mansi...

Memories to last a lifetime... - user review
We visited years ago, but I still recall this place with awe and wonder. Being a New Englander, I couldn't help but marvel at Whitehall's similarity to the Isabella Stewart Gardner muse...

Henry Morrison Flagler Museum - expert review
The opulence of Florida's Gilded Age lives on at Whitehall, the palatial 55-room marble palace Henry Flagler commissioned in 1901 for his third wife, Mary Lily Kenan. Architects John Carrère and Thomas Hastings were instructed to create the finest home imaginable, and they outdid themselves. ...

Not for under 10 or over 70 - user review
Do not take young children or older grandparents here - it is NOT user friendly. No strollers (or even diaper bags!) allowed --but baby bjorns are. Not many places to rest weary legs. On...

IgoUgo: Flagler Museum - Palm Beach, Florida - user review
It would be difficult to be in Palm Beach for long without learning about Henry Flagler (1830-1913). The prominent historical figure was the mind behind the building of the railroad that ran from Jacksonville to the Keys. Flaglers 1902 Guilded Ag...

If you have children - choose another museum to visit! - user review
If you have young children and want to visit this museum, I suggest you choose another. No strollers are allowed and no bags are allowed through the entrance.Also, there is a complem...

Flagler Museum | Museum/Attraction Review | Palm Beach | Frommers.com - expert review
The Gilded Age is preserved in this luxurious mansion commissioned by Standard Oil tycoon Henry Flagler as a wedding present to his third wife. Whitehall, also known as the Taj Mahal of North America, is a classically columned Edwardian-style mansion cont...

COOL place to visit - user review
We just visited the Flagler Museum, and we were fearful that the 95 degree heat would wilt us all. Not to worry, the mansion is completely air-conditioned, and worth every minute you...

Excellent tour - user review
Although pricey for us at $15 per ticket, the museum/mansion is a fascinating place to see. Other than the Biltmore House, there are few places we've been quite like this. Its palati...

Loved Flagler Museum! - user review
My husband and I made a spur-of-the-moment stop at this museum during an extensive road trip in July 2004 around the perimeter of the State of Florida. Besides Bok Tower, which is a mus...

Lifestyles of the Filthy Rich At The Turn Of The (Last) Century - user review
Wow- Incredible. Whitehall as the house is called, was the summer retreat for Henry Flagler, the railroad tycoon and founder of Standard oil who is generally credited as the original dev...

Must See! - user review
Stopped by on a Sunday afternoon and had a great time. We were in town for a Dave Matthews Band concert and checked out some local history. Great place to start on a Pa...

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