West Palm Beach

More than Palms and Beaches

West Palm Beach is home to palm-lined streets, breathtaking waterfront, entertainment districts, and scenic neighborhoods.

It all starts downtown, along West Palm Beach's historic Clematis Street. Retail, dining, and nightlife are the highlights, with Lake Worth Lagoon serving as a picturesque backdrop. Just a free trolley ride away is the Downtown Convention District: here, Palm Beach County Convention Center, host to a range of events, is neighbored by a 400-room hotel, making it an ideal place for business and play. Right across the street are the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts and CityPlace, a terrific mix of entertainment and culture.
Outside of downtown West Palm Beach, two distinctive neighborhoods are fun to visit. Northwood Village has a bohemian-like scene for causal shoppers, serious foodies, or inspired artists. If you’re looking to add pizazz to your home, spend an afternoon perusing the elegant shops along Antique Row.
Catch Spring Training baseball at the Ballpark of The Palm Beaches, where the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals play their Grapefruit League games.
“West Palm,” as it's called, is also the setting for lively special events such as SunFest and Palm Beach International Boat Show. The not-too-be-missed attractions are many; try the Norton Museum of Art and Palm Beach Zoo, along with the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, to name a few.

Find options for sightseeing, shopping, dining and places to stay in West Palm Beach.

 Visit the City of West Palm Beach Website