Kravis Center, Science Center, Eau Palm Beach and more ready to reopen after Hurricane Irma


Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa: The resort, at 100 S. Ocean Blvd. in Manalapan, is currently closed. Assessments are being made to facilities, and re-opening will be dependent on the island’s power restoration.

‘Pending power restoration to the Town of Manalapan, our anticipated Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa re-opening date is Friday, September 15 at noon,” said Nick Gold, Director of Public Relations for the five-star resort and spa. “The safety and comfort of our guests and hoteliers is always our main focus and we look forward to welcoming everyone back, once we have all services available.”

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FoundCare, Inc.:  The FoundCare health center and its administrative offices, at 2330 S. Congress Ave. in West Palm Beach, are closed Monday and Tuesday.


Palm Beach Day Academy: Palm Beach Day Academy’s upper campus, at 241 Seaview Ave. in Palm Beach, and its lower campus, at 1901 S. Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach, are both closed Monday and Tuesday.


Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts: The Kravis Center, at 701 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach, will be closed Monday and Tuesday. The property is undergoing a full assessment and a re-opening schedule will be determined once that is complete.


South Florida Science Center and Aquarium: The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, at 4801 Dreher Trail North in West Palm Beach, will be closed Monday while it undergoes a full assessment. Re-opening will be dependent on power restoration.