Tourism is among Palm Beach County's major industries. It generates millions in annual economic revenue. Palm Beach County is a sizzling spot for restaurants, marvelous fashion, miles of awesome Atlantic coastline, historical landmarks, like the Flagler Museum and Jupiter Lighthouse, to the bustling nightlife in West Palm Beach and Delray Beach. This is just a glimpse of all there is to do in Palm Beach County. It is mix of city cool and small-town cozy, where the quaint and the enthusiastic can be just a few miles apart. The region offers something for everyone.
The Palm Beaches is undoubtedly your place to go to the beach. One visit to any of the Palm Beach County beaches, and you'll feel light years from work and worry. Sophisticated and unrushed, there is mile's worth of sugary sand and blue water. You can savor the beach not only in the winter but year-round without the hassle of crowds. Sea turtles and fish all swim the reefs and rocks, which make it great for snorkeling.
Downtown West Palm Beach offers CityPlace and Clematis Street, with their elite boutiques, fashionable martini bars, trendy nightclubs and fine dining establishments. Free transportation on the West Palm Beach trolley system can take you to even more places. Hop aboard and appease your cultural side with a tour through the amazing Arts & Entertainment District or take a trip to the new, high-end shopping mecca, the Palm Beach Outlets.
For those looking for family-fun, visit the Palm Beach Zoo or West Palm Beach's own South Florida Science Center and Aquarium. Grab your camera and spend a day on safari. With over 900 animals, Lion Country Safari is Florida’s only drive-through safari, where the animals are free to roam about.
The town of Jupiter is a small seaside town. A land mark of Jupiter is the 1860 Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. The museum offers guided tours with lots of informative history of the Jupiter area. There are plenty of beaches, restaurants, hotels, shopping, parks, golf, and fishing in Jupiter. Visitors are greeted with a strong sense of community and genuine hometown friendliness.
Delray Beach, one of the nation’s top-rated small-town areas, Delray features more than 50 locally owned and operated restaurants and shops. Stroll along the road and you’ll find open-air dining, distinctive art galleries with the owners there to chat and musicians performing on the street. All this leads, of course, directly to the beach.
For an extraordinary visit, head to Wellington to watch a polo match. The well-known International Polo Club offers tickets starting at just $10. The Palm Beach Polo season is a time to enjoy the whole polo lifestyle. The best polo players and horses in the world compete here. On Sundays, the club opens its doors for an over-the-top brunch.