Area Attractions

Attractions, restaurants and shopping

The City of West Palm Beach, with its sunny palm-lined street, scenic waterfront views, quaint shopping districts, historic neighborhoods, year-round outdoor festivals, elegance and luxurious comfort are the hallmarks of this slice of paradise.

Village Shopping Center

Panera Bread
Bull’s Pub
CVS Pharmacy has moved to the corner of Military Trail and Okeechobee Blvd

Downtown West Palm Beach

The Downtown Retail and Entertainment District is a vibrant area lined with fashionable martini bars, trendy nightclubs, elite boutiques and fine restaurants. When the sun sets, enjoy fine dining by candlelight at one of the many lovely area restaurants.

Clematis by Night

Every Thursday evening the area comes alive with the award winning Clematis by Night free fountain side concert series, where visitors & locals mingle among arts & crafts vendors while enjoying live entertainment.

Green Market at the Waterfront

At present the market is open during the season every Saturday from 9 am to 2 pm.

City Place

Old-world architecture, beautiful fountains, and sidewalk cafes create an atmosphere strikingly reminiscent of a European town center. A place where you’ll find celebrated shops, exciting restaurants, a 20-screen movie theatre, and exceptional live perfor-mances.

Raymond F. Kravis Center

This 8-year-old architectural masterpiece features a stunning lobby complete with a grand marble staircase. The 3 venue, $67 million facility, which includes the largest stage in Florida, is home to the county’s many regional arts groups including Ballet Florida, the Palm Beach Opera, the Miami City Ballet, The Palm Beach Broadway Series, the Florida Philharmonic and the Palm Beach Pops.

Norton Museum of Art

The Museum is widely known for its distinguished permanent collections of European, American, and Contemporary art, Photography, and Chinese art with its particular strengths in ancient bronzes, jades, ceramics. From its founding the Norton has been famous for its masterpieces of 19th- and 20th-century painting and sculpture by Euro-pean artists such as Monet, Gauguin, Matisse, Brancusi, Picasso, and Miro, and by Americans such as Hassam, Hopper, Sheeler, Manship, O’Keeffe, Davis, and Pollock. View special exhibitions, attend lectures and educational programs for children and adults. See:

Palm Beach Zoo

This intimate, 23-acre tropical zoological garden is home to more than 400 animals representing Australia, South and Central America, Asia and Florida. The zoo is com-mitted to the preservation of several endangered species including the Komodo dragon, bengal tiger, lemur, cotton top tamarin, golden lion tamarin, Florida panther, and features the nation’s first outdoor exhibit of Goeldi’s monkeys. Enjoy the children’s area and reptile house.