Holiday in Paradise

West Palm Beach Waterfront

The winter forecast for downtown West Palm Beach is sandi, but not to worry, it’s because of Sandi, the world’s only 35-foot, 700-ton holiday sand tree. 

Sandi Land tree lighting
Courtesy City of West Palm Beach

Dancing Waters, Santa, and Pop-Ups 

Sandi Land has always been full of surprises, this year’s promises several new things to do. One of those being a brand-new synchronized dancing water show in downtown West Palm Beach’s renovated Centennial Square Fountain. 

Of course, Santa always comes down from the North Pole to get away from the cold and pay Sandi a visit. In keeping with the times, Santa is tucked into a snow globe, where everyone can safely take pictures. 

And make sure to look around for surprise entertainment pop-ups throughout Sandi Land, along with smaller sand sculptures celebrating the season: take a free, open-air art lesson; do sing-along with Sandi and read a holiday-themed book aloud; then, on New Year’s Eve, see an extended lights and music show. 

How to get to Sandy and Where to Park? 

Sandi sits in the middle of downtown West Palm Beach’s Great Lawn, which is at the east end of lively Clematis Street and just west of scenic Flagler Drive. There are easy-to-use parking lots nearby. Park in city garages on Clematis Street, Banyan Boulevard, Evernia Street, and a little further at Sapodilla Avenue near Rosemary Square.

More to Do

Holiday in Paradise coincides with the ever-popular West Palm Beach GreenMarket, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. on Saturdays. And best of all, the rest of downtown West Palm Beach and holiday-decorated Clematis Street, are both a small walk from Sandi Land. For outstanding views of Palm Beach and Lake Worth Lagoon/Intracoastal Waterway, go strolling along Flagler.

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