Lake Worth is an energetic city that has a lot to offer. Regardless of your age, here are a few fun things to do when you visit Lake Worth.
The Art Deco Society of Palm Beach County. Today, the Playhouse is proud to offer a variety of mainstream and alternative programming, both live and on film. Year-round programming includes award-winning dramas, comedies, musicals, area premieres, Broadway favorites, children’s shows, international ballets and operas in cinema, and live concert series.
Downtown Lake Worth
This vibrant downtown area is best described as colorful, artistic and bohemian. Along its two main streets, Lake Avenue and Lucerne Avenue, visitors can meander through the eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, art galleries, music venues and unique specialty shops.
Snook Islands Natural Area
The Snook Islands Natural Area, a part of the Lake Worth Lagoon, provides 100 acres of wetland habitat for tropical birds such as oystercatchers, cormorants, egrets, and pelicans, as well as dolphins and even manatees. It also holds a long list of amenities for the public to enjoy, including a 545-foot long accessible boardwalk and covered observation platform, a 590-foot long accessible fishing pier, a kayak/canoe launch, two bicycle racks, two educational kiosks, three benches, and three small day-use docks to accommodate six boats and a water taxi.
Fun Depot is a family-friendly amusement center featuring a half-mile go-kart track, an interactive 30-person laser tag arena, and batting cages
Benzaiten Center for Creative Arts
The Benzaiten Center for Creative Arts is located in the historic Train Depot. The Center is run by renowned glass artist, Rick Eggert. This 14,000-square foot complex has a glass studio and hotshop that offers live, narrated glassblowing demonstrations, as well as displays of beautiful fine art sculptures handmade by local artisans.
Lake Worth Lagoon
The Lake Worth Lagoon runs parallel to the coast, and is separated from the Atlantic Ocean by barrier beaches, including Palm Beach Island. The lagoon is connected to the Atlantic Ocean by two permanent, man-made inlets.