Lake Worth
 

 


An artsy neighborhood - the perfect backdrop for the County's official arts agency, the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County

Downtown Lake Worth, located in the central part of Palm Beach County, captivates visitors with its neighborhood feel and sense of diversity. The city's boutiques, galleries, restaurants and famous old theater, the Lake Worth Playhouse, make for a unique South Florida experience. It's also the location of The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, the County's umbrella arts agency headquartered in the iconic Robert M. Montgomery, Jr. building at 601 Lake Avenue in the heart of downtown. Click here for more information on visiting the Cultural Council to pick up information on cultural events throughout the county, browse local artist creations in the gift store or enjoy the Council's current exhibition, highlighting Palm Beach artists.
 

Lots of festivals

That community feeling is supported and encouraged by the Greater Lake Worth Chamber of Commerce, which produces the weekly "Evening on the Avenue" and the world-famous Street Painting Festival each February, when the streets of Lake Avenue are transformed into colorful masterpieces. Lake Worth also has a Reggae Festival and outdoor jazz concerts and art walks. What a great little city!
 

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Visit the four other Downtowns & Small Towns in Palm Beach County:

Boca Raton      Delray Beach       West Palm Beach        Jupiter

 

Palm Beach County Arts Calendar

Florida Division of Cultural Affairs

Florida State of the Arts License Plate Tag

Palm Beach County Tourism Development Council

Discover the Palm Beaches

Palm Beach County Film and Television Commission

Palm Beach County Sports Commission

Arts Radio Network