It’s easy to feel like you’re in the pink when you visit beautiful Boca Raton – the southernmost city in Palm Beach County. Influenced by the style and color preferences of fabled architect Addison Mizner, Boca Raton is a modern city that still values the memories of its storied past.
Boynton Beach calls itself "America’s Gateway to the Gulfstream," and while it’s rightfully loved for its beautiful beaches, the appeal of the city extends all the way west to the Florida Everglades.
The arts are never more than a few steps away in Delray Beach, where Atlantic Avenue is a focal point for shopping, dining and festivals that attract people downtown throughout the year.
Looming above the Jupiter coastline is a landmark known to generations of travelers – the venerable Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. Constructed in 1860, it stands today as a testament to the rich maritime history of Palm Beach County.
As the home of the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, it’s only natural that Lake Worth is regarded as a focal point of the county’s arts scene. Rich with history and flowing with creativity, the city has much to offer, any given day of the year.
Since founding father Henry Morrison Flagler began to tout the virtues of Palm Beach as a "veritable paradise" in the late 19th century, "The Island" has become known around the world as a unique destination with a character all its own.
Thanks to an award-winning Art in Public Places Program, it’s no exaggeration to say that culture lies just around the corner in Palm Beach Gardens. Some five dozen uniquely appealing works can be found throughout the community from the Municipal Complex to the grounds of local businesses and even the PGA Boulevard Flyover.
Where does one begin to consider the abundance of cultural opportunities in West Palm Beach? Anything you seek can be found on its stages, in its museums and galleries, within its gardens and in the halls of its historic buildings.