Jupiter: See the Light
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. The lighthouse site also encompasses Native American burial mounds, a history museum in a restored World War II building, nature trails and beachfront vistas.
An easygoing escape…
Take a break and explore Jupiter for a relaxing holiday. Situated in northern Palm Beach County, Jupiter was ranked one of “America’s Happiest Seaside Towns” by Coastal Living magazine, with miles of coastline and a gorgeous inlet marked by the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, a historical landmark. Take a tour during the day, and enjoy an evening of theater at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre nearby.
Take a stroll in history.
Jupiter is full of historical buildings, small museums and galleries and a wonderful art school at the Lighthouse ArtCenter. Spend a day or the weekend, and you’ll see why we call Jupiter a little bit of paradise.
Juno Beach: A Natural Beauty
Home to Loggerhead Marinelife Center and Art Fest by the Sea, no community better ties culture to the sea than the town of Juno Beach. Just a few minutes driving down Ocean Drive and you’ll see how this coastline has inspired so many artists to pick up a brush or camera.
Cultural organizations and festivals in Jupiter and Juno Beach:
- Art Fest by the Sea
- Artigras Fine Arts Festival
- ArtStage, Inc.
- Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum (pictured above)
- Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery & School of Art (Tequesta)
- Loggerhead Marinelife Center
- Loxahatchee Battlefield Preservationists
- Loxahatchee River Historical Society
- Maltz Jupiter Theatre