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Explore the Central Region of The Palm Beaches

Use the map at the right to get a feel for the central cities within The Palm Beaches and all they have to offer, from shopping to fine dining. Click through on the map to explore each city in full.

Central Region

Something for Everyone in the Heart of The Palm Beaches

Looking for excitement? You’ll have no trouble finding it in Central Palm Beach County. This is where culture, history, vibrant nightlife and legendary hospitality are stirred up with a tropical twist. (Don’t worry – the relaxation is unrivaled here, too.) The Central Region serves as the main transportation hub for The Palm Beaches, with an international airport and two train lines that put all of South Florida at your fingertips.
 
Ever heard of America’s First Resort Destination®? It’s our very own Palm Beach, which recalls a time of glamour, luxury and pampering –traditions it still holds true today. Browse runway-ready fashions on Worth Avenue, step back into the Gilded Age at the Flagler Museum, or indulge your every whim at The Breakers and other five-star Palm Beach resorts.
 
Art, culture and entertainment flourish here. Peruse exhibits at the Norton Museum of Art, or time your visit with the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show and bring home a new masterpiece. In hip West Palm Beach, hop on a free trolley and explore lively Clematis Street after dark. Shop your heart out at CityPlace or Antique Row, or become one with the locals at major events such as the Palm Beach International Boat Show and SunFest.
 
The area also offers wonderful family attractions in the Central Region, like Lion Country Safari and the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Center. If you’re traveling to The Palm Beaches in winter, don’t miss polo season events at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center and International Polo Club in Wellington, where you can watch quick-footed ponies with a glass of bubbly in hand.
 
Explore cities and towns of the Central Region.
 

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