West Palm Beach is home to breathtaking waterfront vistas, palm-lined streets, superior entertainment districts, remarkable events, and exciting year-round outdoor festivals. West Palm Beach has several world-class shopping and entertainment districts, including CityPlace, Clematis Street, Antique Row, Northwood Village, and more. The fun doesn’t stop when the sun sets on West Palm Beach; indulge your inner foodie at one of the many delectable restaurants.
November through April is West Palm Beach’s dry season, with 80° F temperatures remaining fairly commonplace. The area experiences occasional cold fronts during this period, with daytime temperatures below 65° F.
Local Area Activities
Arts and Culture
If you have an interest in theater and the performing arts, the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is the premier location to spend an evening. For museum enthusiasts, the Norton Museum of Art houses a world-renowned collection of European, American, Chinese, and contemporary art.
West Palm Beach was the brainchild of Henry M. Flagler, the Florida railroad magnate and Standard Oil partner. West Palm Beach was founded as a commercial and residential center to support Flagler’s hotels, and rose from sandy scrub to the leading metropolitan and governmental center for Palm Beach County.
West Palm Beach has several world-class shopping and entertainment districts, including CityPlace, Clematis Street, Antique Row, Northwood Village, and more.
For those looking to enjoy the outdoors, the city's teeming waterfront offers walkways and fantastic views. On the city's western edge, you can hike, bike, and get a view of the Florida Everglades up close at Grassy Waters Everglades Preserve. The Eastern Shore is lined with 47 miles of pristine Atlantic coastline and 29 beach parks.
The Palm Beaches region is known as Florida’s Golf Capital®. You’ll find challenging, beautiful golf courses from Jupiter to West Palm Beach to Boca Raton. With more than 160 courses in all, there is something for every level of play.