Best Things to Do in West Palm Beach
Although the city sits on the shore of the Intracoastal Waterway, West Palm Beach offers only a handful of beaches where visitors can swim. Instead, the area is better known as a cultural hub, featuring museums like the traveler-recommended Norton Museum of Art and the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts. Other major sites include the drive-through Lion Country Safari. If you're on the hunt for watersports in the Atlantic Ocean, head to Palm Beach.
Why go: Frequently cited as the historic heart of West Palm Beach, Clematis Street epitomizes the fun-loving ... read more»
Why go: A half-hour drive inland from central West Palm Beach is the Lion Country Safari, the ... read more»
Why go: When businessman Ralph H. Norton retired from the steel industry, he created the Norton Museum ... read more»
Why go: Eight miles southwest of the Palm Beach International Airport is the Okeeheelee Nature Center, where ... read more»
Why go: With 2,500 seats spread over three stages (including an outdoor amphitheater), the Kravis Center ... read more»
Why go: Like Clematis Street, CityPlace is a hub of nighttime activity in downtown West Palm Beach ... read more»