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COVID-19 Update

May 20, 2020

Dear Museum friends,

The Flagler Museum is temporarily closed to the public until further notice. All tours and events have been cancelled through June 30th. This includes the Museum's annual Founder's Day event. Should you have questions, please call the Museum at (561) 655-2833 x. 10. 

During this time of uncertainty and social distancing, heartwarming connections with our community are still possible. Join us in recognizing and thanking: the Palm Beach County Schools as well as the Broward County Schools educators and students for including us in their virtual studies; The Palm Beach Post for including the Museum in its #WEAREPALMBEACHCOUNTY campaign; and our amazing friends at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County and Discover the Palm Beaches for linking non-profit organizations to virtual visitors like you.

We continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation closely and request that you please check back for further announcements here on our website. We look forward to welcoming you back with open palms soon. Until then, we wish good health for all.

Erin Manning
Executive Director

When it was completed in 1902, the New York Herald proclaimed that Whitehall, Henry Flagler's Gilded Age estate in Palm Beach, was "more wonderful than any palace in Europe, grander and more magnificent than any other private dwelling in the world." Today, Whitehall is a National Historic Landmark and is open to the public as the Flagler Museum, featuring guided tours, changing exhibitions, and special programs.

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From our fans:

"Hello and greetings from the UK,
I just did the virtual tour of this beautiful Gilded Age home - the Gilded Age is [a] favourite topic of mine - and I just wanted to say, thank you so very much. It was a wonderful distraction during these crazy times!"
-- Catherine F.

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