Shopping in The Palm Beaches is the Best 'Retail Therapy' in the Country

Whether searching for the latest fashion or the perfect antique, The Palm Beaches’ varied shopping districts, including Worth Avenue, Atlantic Avenue, Harbourside Place, Mizner Park and The Square, offer some of the best “retail therapy” money can buy.  


Boca Raton

Bargain hunters and big spenders alike know Boca Raton as the place where retail dreams come true. Explore its strollable downtown, shopping malls and plethora of big-box stores. The Boca Raton History Museum offers an officially endorsed Visitor Information Center.

Mizner Park

Mizner Park, where commerce and culture meet, is an open-air mixed-use venue -- a “live in the moment” community that satisfies customers’ wants and desires. Stroll the plaza, tour a fine art exhibit at the Boca Museum of Art or enjoy a concert at the Boca Raton Amphitheater. The shopping component is the heartbeat of Mizner Park, offering discriminating clientele a high level of luxury choices with renowned jewelers, boutiques, nationally renowned retailers, a luxury theater and 16 of the finest restaurants for every taste.

Glades Road

Along Glades Road off I-95, there's no shortage of super-sized retailers and department stores, with well-known restaurants sprinkled among them, keeping bargain hunters happy from morning to night. East on Glades is University Commons, the area’s newest shopping and dining mecca, featuring favorites like Nordstrom Rack and Whole Foods Market.

Lord & Taylor, Mizner Park

Lord & Taylor is an upscale specialty department store that has built a reputation for attentive customer service and high-quality merchandise. The Mizner Park store is open Mon-Weds 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. Monday-Wednesday, 10 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, and 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Sunday. 

Macy’s, Town Center at Boca Raton

Every trip should include local shopping, and there's no better place for that than Macy’s. Its special 10% discount cards are exclusively for international and domestic travelers, and offer savings on almost everything in the store.

Royal Palm Place

Directly next door to Mizner Park, explore Royal Palm Place with its fine jewelry and apparel shops, salons, spas and specialty shops, all situated among dozens of restaurants and cafés representing cuisines found around the world.

Town Center at Boca Raton 

One of South Florida’s top luxury shopping destinations, Town Center at Boca Raton features an outstanding mix of upscale specialty shops, along with favorite mall stores and an array of fine restaurants. Shoppers come from all over the world to explore its 220 stores and six department stores: Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Macy’s, Bloomingdales and Sears. Also shop Apple, Burberry, Bvlgari, Carolina Herrera, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors, Tiffany & Co., Tory Burch and more.

Delray Beach

You don’t know what you’re missing if you haven’t stopped to shop in Delray. It’s been named the “Most Fun Small Town in America” by Rand McNally, and with a quick walk along downtown’s Atlantic Avenue you’ll see why. "The Avenue,” as the locals call it, is the center of the action. The charming ambiance of this streetscape is set with brick paved sidewalks, live oaks, gorgeous royal palm trees, decorative street lamps and the Atlantic Ocean.

Atlantic Avenue

“The Avenue” is the epicenter of the downtown shopping and dining action. The charming ambiance of this café-style streetscape is set with brick-paved sidewalks lined with oak and palm trees. Visit stylish fashion and jewelry boutiques, galleries, and dozens of unique shops to find one-of-a-kind treasures.

Delray Marketplace

West on Atlantic Avenue, you will find Delray’s newest shopping destination, Delray Marketplace, featuring more than 30 trusted-brand retail and specialty shops, restaurants and a movie theater / bowling alley multiplex.

Pineapple Grove

Delray’s colorful arts district, just off Atlantic Avenue Pineapple Grove, is speckled with public art pieces, boutiques, incredible local restaurants, fine-art galleries, custom furniture stores filled with local pieces, and relaxing health and beauty spas.

Boynton Beach

Boynton Beach, the original “old Florida,” offers an unmatched way of life complemented by the area’s subtropical climate. As The Palm Beaches’ third largest city, Boynton Beach boasts the No. 1 rated beaches according to the Palm Beach Post. The downtown area is undergoing a redevelopment effort, including a multimillion-dollar marina project that will have an enormous impact on the emerging business district. 

Boynton Beach Mall

Boynton Beach Mall, which boasts a Macy’s, Dillards, JCPenney and Sears, plus more than 130 specialty stores, is also a mother’s shopping haven. With a specially designated play area and colorful children’s carousel, the entire family will enjoy a trip to this mall. After shopping up an appetite, stop at family-friendly Buca di Beppo, world-famous TooJay’s or one of 14 options in the food court.

Macy’s, Boynton Beach Mall

Every trip should include local shopping, and there's no better place than Macy’s. Its special 10% discount cards are exclusively for international and domestic travelers, and offer savings on almost everything in the store.

Renaissance Commons

With its welcoming design, stunning architecture and inviting scenery, Renaissance Commons stands as a perfect example of shopping, dining and dwelling. Renaissance Commons makes for a pleasant shopping excursion, complete with 14 restaurants, coffee shops and live entertainment to round out the experience. Eat, drink and relax in true Florida style.


Located within minutes of South Palm Beach, the Town of Manalapan resides along the Intracoastal Waterway. A truly unique municipality of unparalleled beauty and quality of life.

Plaza Del Mar

Spend the day at Plaza Del Mar in Manalapan visiting your favorite boutiques, enjoying a scrumptious meal and getting pampered by one of their personal services. You’ll find the courtyard setting an inviting place to meet with friends and colleagues. The plaza is located across from the oceanfront Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa.

Lake Worth

Lake Worth is a cozy, charming and historic village by the sea, with a colorful, artistic and vibrant cultural landscape. Charming bed and breakfasts and local hotels throughout the district welcome many guests to the town.

Downtown Lake Worth

A colorful, artistic and bohemian cultural landscape along two main streets, Lake and Lucerne Avenues, make up the vibrant downtown of Lake Worth. The eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, art galleries, music venues and specialty shops means there's never a shortage of things to do. Also located here is an officially endorsed Visitor Information Center at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, 601 Lake Avenue.

Lake Worth Casino Building and Beach Complex

One of South Florida’s best beaches with a historic pier. Oceanfront dining, shopping, beach destination, fishing pier.


Wellington is an internationally recognized destination for polo and equestrian competition, with a matchless social scene through “high season.” Year-round, the area is a shopper’s paradise.

The Mall at Wellington Green 

The Mall at Wellington Green features some of the most popular and sought-after fashion retailers, set within a blend of Mediterranean-style and local traditional architecture. The Mall at Wellington Green is located in the heart of The Palm Beaches, at SR7 and Forest Hill Boulevard, and is the premier year-round shopping destination for both residents and South Florida visitors. The 1.27 million-square-foot two-level enclosed mall features Dillard’s, Macy’s, Nordstrom and JCPenney, with more than 170 specialty shops. After shopping, take a break at one of seven dine-in restaurants or grab a quick bite in the food court.

Palm Beach

As the backdrop of America’s First Resort Destination, Palm Beach combines a wealth of designer, retail and specialty shops throughout its diverse and picturesque shopping and entertainment districts.

Kaufmann de Suisse

Since 1954, Kaufmann de Suisse has become an icon of elegance and distinctive style. An enchanting story of entrepreneurial success, the company is the distinguished winner of five Diamond International Awards and has built its reputation as one of the world’s finest designers of custom-made jewelry, which caters to the elite members of society.

Royal Poinciana Way, Sunset / Sunrise Avenues

As Palm Beach’s original Main Street, this district still remains one of the town’s most popular locales for pleasure and relaxation. The stores mostly consist of classic “mom and pop” shops, with owners greeting you at the door as you shop for clothing, furnishings or fresh fruit. Consignment shops line Sunset Avenue, with more small shops and restaurants welcoming you on Sunrise, and there’s more outdoor dining on Royal Poinciana Way than anywhere on-island. 

South County Road

South County Road is the linchpin for the island’s three retail districts, running north and south between Royal Poinciana Way and Worth Avenue. Its early retail history contained legendary stores, including Brooks Brothers, Best & Company and Bonwit Teller. Today you will find quintessential Palm Beach shops like C. Orrico, the Classic Book Shop, Aristokids, a florist, beauty salons, a French bakery and fine restaurants.

Worth Avenue Association 

An enchanting resort destination with European sophistication and inimitable style and grace, Worth Avenue is one of the most beautiful shopping venues in the world. Along the avenue you will find some of the world’s top retailers, while off the avenue visitors will find romantic vias and celebrated independent boutiques offering designer fashion, accessories, gifts, art and antiques, jewelry and leather goods, home furnishings and great restaurants in a captivating atmosphere rich with old-world charm and historical glamour.

West Palm Beach

From one-of-a-kind vintage pieces on Antique Row to the latest trends at H&M in CityPlace, and the Arts & Entertainment District, there’s no limit to what you might find during a shopping excursion in West Palm Beach.

Antique Row Art & Design District

Internationally renowned Antique Row district features more than 40 antique shops, vintage boutiques and home design stores, which is why the world’s best interior designers have been shopping here for decades. Often regarded as the most diverse antiquing district in the country, Antique Row brings together an impressive selection of unique finds from the 17th through 20th centuries, fine and decorative arts, period deco and Art Moderne furnishings, all within walking distance of one another.

The Square 

One of the most admired downtown centers in the nation, The Square's (formerly Rosemary Square) imaginative architecture, public plazas and renowned shopping, dining and entertainment scene have made it a “must-see” destination in South Florida. The open-air, Italian-inspired center features options for people of all ages and tastes, with more than 80 global-brand retailers, regional specialty stores, destination restaurants and innovative entertainment venues that are destinations in themselves.

Clematis District

Downtown West Palm Beach’s Clematis District is defined by its dynamic blend of specialty shops, spas, art galleries and other home-grown retailers with urban appeal, mixed among dozens of eclectic and high-energy dining and nightlife choices. The historic district’s award-winning waterfront is home to a weekly GreenMarket, as well as top annual music and cultural happenings and ongoing local events.

Macy’s, CityPlace

Every trip should include local shopping, and there's no better place than Macy’s. Its special 10% discount cards are exclusively for international and domestic travelers, and offer savings on almost everything in the store.

Northwood Village

Northwood Village is one of the most inviting, funky and hip micro-neighborhoods in The Palm Beaches. Located less than two miles north of downtown West Palm Beach, this fun and vibrant area contains amazing restaurants, unique shops and some of the most creative and interesting merchants around.

Palm Beach Outlets   

Palm Beach Outlets, The Palm Beaches' first outlet center, features more than 100 stores, including brand favorites Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, J.Crew | crewcuts Factory, Ann Taylor Factory Store, Banana Republic Factory Store, Kenneth Cole, Nike and White House | Black Market. Conveniently located just off I-95 at exit 71, it also offers an officially endorsed Visitor Information Center.

Tommy Hilfiger, Palm Beach Outlets

One of the world’s premium lifestyle brands, delivering superior styling, quality and value to consumers worldwide. The brand celebrates the essence of classic American cool and provides a refreshing twist to classic American fashion.

West Palm Beach Antique Row, Art & Design District

A charming district with more than 40 antiques shops offering 17th- to 20th-century antiques, fine art, period deco, vintage and modern furnishings and more.  All within walking distance, this array of quality antiques stores, specialty shops and art galleries are complemented by four award-winning restaurants.

Palm Beach Gardens

Five distinct shopping districts loaded with dining and entertainment options make a trip to Palm Beach Gardens the perfect way to style the day.

Downtown at the Gardens

An active, pedestrian-only atmosphere with sidewalk charm, Downtown at the Gardens is considered a one-stop destination for dining, entertainment and shopping. It features a carousel, concerts and special events. Unique boutiques, retailers, restaurants, a movie theater and a Whole Foods Market all come together at Downtown.

The Gardens Mall 

The Gardens Mall is a 1.4 million-square-foot shopping destination of unparalleled distinction. Featured in the dramatic architectural setting of two-story skylights, fountains and sculptured artwork are the anchor stores of Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Bloomingdales, Macy’s and Sears. A blend of 160 world-class retail brands and sought-after retailers creates the perfect setting for the ultrachic jetsetter, busy parent, the junior crowd and the affluent shopper. Amenities include valet parking, concierge service, on-site post office, salon services, currency exchange, and an array of restaurants and dining options.

Legacy Place

Legacy Place offers a large selection of retail stores and restaurants, including Best Buy for electronics; featured fashion stores such as Loehmann’s, NY & Co. and Lane Bryant; and an assortment of specialty, home and food stores.

Macy’s, The Gardens Mall

Every trip should include local shopping, and there's no better place than Macy’s. Its special 10% discount cards are exclusively for international and domestic travelers, and offer savings on almost everything in the store.


Midtown brings together gourmet cuisine, live entertainment, chic salons, designer furnishings, upscale shopping boutiques and The Borland Performing Arts Center. When you visit Mainstreet at Midtown, you find yourself in the center of it all.

PGA Commons 

PGA Commons features seven unique restaurants, along with sophisticated shops, galleries and salons. The eclectic mix of merchants delights shoppers and visitors. Stroll and shop in an architectural setting reminiscent of a European village, with outdoor artwork, iron staircases, fountains, flowers and cobblestone walkways.


Jupiter, on The Palm Beaches' northern end, is modern, natural, nautical and beachy all at the same time.

Harbourside Place 

Harbourside Place is the premier downtown destination for shopping, dining, luxury hotel accommodations, entertainment and boating. Nestled along Jupiter’s Intracoastal Waterway, Harbourside Place conveys that classic, coastal vibe. Savor the flavors in one of the mouthwatering restaurants; shop in more than 15 national and specialty stores; stay in the spectacular Wyndham Grand Jupiter Hotel; and revel in live entertainment at the center’s waterfront amphitheater.