There are many different ways you can spend an entire day on Mizner Park. Just make sure you pick a day when an event is being featured later on at night. There’s more to say on that, but first let’s start the morning by spending some time at the Boca Raton Museum of Art. This small gallery boasts an impressive private collection that features work from world-renowned artists such as Picasso, Matisse, Hopper, Toulouse-Lautrec, Miro, Warhol, Gottlieb, and more. If you’re up for it, attend one of the art classes for instruction on how various masterpieces are created.
After lunch, you can catch a movie at the iPic Theater at Mizner Park. Here you’ll experience some of the most comfortable movie seats known to mankind. We wouldn’t blame you if you ended up taking a nap instead of watching your film. Once you’re out of the theater, cross the street and recharge with a little bit of caffeine at the plaza’s longstanding Starbucks shop. You can do a little bit more shopping on the east side of the plaza, as you make your way down to Sur La Table for a cooking class. You’ll be passing a few high-end restaurants along the way including Max’s Grille and Villagio. Have your dinner at one of these fares before you walk your way towards the Mizner Amphitheater for a nighttime event. You could either be walking into a free concert, a movie showing, culinary events, and many others. One of the coolest things you could do here at Mizner is set up your beach chair on the lawn areas right across the amphitheater to listen to the symphony orchestra for free. You won’t get to see them perform, but you’ll get a free concert regardless.If you still have a little bit left in you after you’ve spent an entire day at Mizner Park, you could either cap off the night with some ice cream from Sloan’s or get the party going at The Dubliner. The bar and restaurant closes at 2 am each day, which is plenty of time to squeeze in more fun in your Mizner Park day. You’ll likely sleep in, but we wouldn’t blame you if you came back for lunch at Mizner again the following day.