Back by popular demand, experience a truly unique culinary adventure in beautiful Boca Raton, Florida. The sip-and-sup tour is sure to tantalize your taste buds with a selection of delightful toasts, tantalizing tastes, and a trolley ride you won’t forget. The expert tour guides will escort you to the city’s finest eateries, where you can sample gourmet dishes guaranteed to please even the most discerning palate. From fresh-baked slices of bread and homemade jams, The Schmidt Boca Raton History Museum is a museum that showcases the history and culture of Boca Raton, Florida. The event is called Toasts, Tastes & Trolleys, and it involves riding a trolley to different restaurants and sampling their food and drinks. The event also includes a reception at the Waterstone Resort & Marina and a tour of the museum’s exhibits. Some of the additional facts are:
- The event is scheduled for Friday, September 22, 2023, from 6 to 10 p.m.1
- The tickets cost $150 per person, and the proceeds benefit the museum’s programs and preservation efforts.1
- Some of the restaurants that will be visited are Privaira Hangar, American Social, Sushi by Bou, The Boca Raton resort and Cove Brewery.12
- The event is part of the Boca Festival Days, which is a month-long celebration of the community and its businesses.3
Some of the exhibits at The Schmidt Boca Raton History Museum are:
- Boca Raton Timeline: This exhibit shares an overview of Boca Raton’s history from the Pre-Columbian inhabitants to the early 21st century using multimedia.
- IBM: This exhibit celebrates Boca Raton as the home of the IBM PC personal computer by showcasing IBM’s original PC and PCjr and more1.
- World War II in Boca Raton: This exhibit highlights the Boca Raton Army Air Field that served as the Air Corps’ top-secret radar training facility.
- Addison Mizner: This exhibit features the museum’s collection of Mizner Industries and architectural drawings and images of the great architect who put Boca Raton on the map in the 1920s1.
- Boca Raton Pioneer Era: This exhibit focuses on the local heritage of the once small farming community and includes personal artifacts from Boca Raton’s pioneers1.
- Black Pearls: This is a temporary exhibit that features photographs by artist Reginald Cunningham that document the current and past residents of Pearl City, Boca Raton’s historic black community platted in 19151. You can learn more about these exhibits by visiting the museum’s website2 or reading some reviews on Tripadvisor3