Museum Hours:
Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, 12 to 5 p.m.

The Museum is closed Mondays, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day.

Admission Prices:
Admission is free for Flagler Museum Members 
$26 for Adults (ages 13+)
$13 for Children (ages 6 - 12)
Children ages 5 and under are free

Visitors under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult

Click here for Group Tours and Private Tour options

Walk-up tickets are available for purchase during regular Museum hours.

Visitor Experience:

Visitors will enjoy the following free tour options with the purchase of Museum Admission:

  • Docent-led tours of the first floor are offered Tuesday through Saturday at 11 am, 12:30 pm, and 2 pm, and Sundays at 1 pm. (limit of 35 participants per tour)
  • Audio tour wands are available to listen to a narrated tour (available in English, Spanish, French, German, and Portuguese)
  • Download the free Flagler Museum App (download for iOS / download for Android) to your personal device and use your own earbuds to listen to a narrated tour (available in English, Spanish, and French)
  • Self-guide brochures to read (available in English, Spanish, German, French, and Portuguese)
  • For children, the Museum offers a printed "Tour and Activity Guide for Kids"

The visitor experience includes the first and second floors of Whitehall, its grounds, and the Flagler Kenan Pavilion, which houses Flagler's Railcar No. 91.

The H. M. Flagler & Co. Museum Store is located on the first floor of Whitehall and is open during General Admission hours. Visitors will find unique gifts, jewelry, home decor, food items, and Museum mementos as well as an excellent selection of books that focus on Gilded Age topics and Florida history. A children's corner also offers diverse, award-winning titles for all ages. H. M. Flagler & Co. Museum Store staff are available to assist shoppers with questions and purchases. Online shopping is now available!

The Flagler Museum's Café des Beaux-Arts offers two refreshment options to visitors: a seasonal Gilded Age-style Tea Service and a casual option called PICNIC. Click here to learn more about refreshments.

Visitor Guidelines:

- Please refrain from eating and drinking while touring the Museum.

- Large bags/purses and backpacks are not permitted.

- Strollers and car seat-style baby carriers are not permitted.

- Storage of personal items is not available at the Museum. It is recommended personal items be stowed in your locked vehicle before entering the Museum.

- Photography and videography: Visitors are permitted to snap photos as personal keepsakes everywhere except for some special exhibitions. Flash photography, tripods, or any kind of camera support equipment are not permitted. Formal or informal photography for personal projects or to mark personal occasions is not permitted (this includes portrait sessions, engagement, birthday and graduation photography). Commercial and editorial photography or videography, including projects for social media, must be pre-arranged with the Museum's Public Affairs Department. Click here to download our full Photography and Filming Guidelines.

Professional photographers/videographers, journalists, social media influencers and bloggers should contact the Public Affairs Department prior to visiting the Museum. Click here to contact the Public Affairs Department to request a Film/Photography Permit.


The Henry Morrison Flagler Museum welcomes all visitors. Accessible parking is located near the Museum entrance, and visitors using mobility devices and aids may gain access to Whitehall through the Museum’s accessible entrance located on the south side of the property. Whitehall was built with elevation changes as a classic feature of its architecture. In an effort to make the entire property accessible, permanent ramps and an elevator have been installed. Wheelchair-accessible restrooms are located on the first floor of Whitehall and in the Flagler Kenan Pavilion.

Additional accessibility considerations include self-directed audio guides (Telecoil enabled), written brochures in multiple languages, Docent-led tours that utilize a group guide system for amplification, and a smartphone app (Bluetooth enabled). In addition, a closed caption video is playing outside of Railcar No. 91, as an alternative option for visitors who cannot safely board Railcar No. 91. Service animals are always welcomed; depending on the visitor’s needs, service animals may be carried or outfitted with a harness or leash.

We encourage all visitors to ask for assistance from our staff, should they have an accessibility question.


Free parking is available in the Museum's parking lot during Museum Hours only. Entrances are located on Cocoanut Row as well as on Whitehall Way.


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Directions to the Museum

The Museum is located on the corner of Cocoanut Row and Whitehall Way in Palm Beach, Florida.

From A1A heading North:  Turn left onto Barton Avenue. Follow Barton Avenue West to Cocoanut Row and turn right. Drive North 2/10ths of a mile along Cocoanut Row to the Museum's parking lot on the left side of the street.

From I-95 or Florida's Turnpike: Take Exit 70 from I-95, or Exit 99 from the Florida Turnpike, and drive East on Okeechobee Boulevard (about three miles or six miles respectively) through West Palm Beach. Cross the bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway into Palm Beach and onto Royal Palm Way. Make a left turn at the first stop light onto Cocoanut Row. Continue North about a 1/2 mile and the Museum parking area will be on the left side of the street.

From US 1 heading North: Turn right (East) on Okeechobee Boulevard and follow directions above.

From US 1 heading South: Turn right onto Quadrille Boulevard, continue South to Okeechobee Boulevard, turn left onto Okeechobee Boulevard and follow the directions above.

It is possible to get to the Museum via Tri-Rail (a commuter rail system in South Florida), and Palm Tran (a local Shuttle Bus system). Use Palm Tran Route 41.