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Tour The Historic Breakers Hotel

The Flagler Museum offers the "House and Hotel Tour" - a combined tour of Whitehall and The Breakers that explores the history and the architecture of Henry Flagler's home and storied resort.

Founded on the sands of Palm Beach in 1896, The Breakers has been recognized as one of the longest, continuously operating businesses in the state of Florida.

April 4, through November 19, 2024

The "House and Hotel Tour" begins at 11:30 am at the Flagler Museum.  The Docent-led tour of Whitehall takes appoximately one hour.  At 12:30 pm, visitors have the option to visit the H. M. Flagler and Co.TM Museum Store.  Visitors will be transported from the Flagler Museum to The Breakers at 12:45 pm, with the Docent-led tour of hotel from 1:00 to 1:45 pm, with transportation back to the Museum at 2:00 pm. 

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Watch a Lecture about The Architects of The Breakers

This lecture on architects Schultze & Weaver was part of the 26th Annual Whitehall Lecture Series on "The Architects Who Designed Palm Beach's Iconic Buildings." Jonathan Mogul was the Academic Programs Coordinator at the Wolfsonian at Florida International University at the time of this Lecture. Mogul has since been appointed chairman of the Association of Research Institutes in Art History (ARIAH). He co-authored "Grand Hotels of the Jazz Age: The Architecture of Schultze & Weaver."