Palm Beach County
Convention Center

650 Okeechobee Boulevard
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Phone: 561.366.3000


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Palm Beach County Convention CenterLocated at the corner of Okeechobee Boulevard and Florida Avenue, the Palm Beach County Convention Center is conveniently located across the street from CityPlace, a $600 million mixed-use complex, with world-class shopping, restaurants, entertainment and residential space in the heart of downtown West Palm Beach. Clematis Street, the Meyer Amphitheatre and the West Palm Beach Waterfront are all located about a mile away.

The PBCCC is also conveniently located just one mile east of Interstate 95, two miles from the Palm Beach International Airport and three miles from the picture postcard beaches and blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean. In addition, there are numerous hotel accommodations (including the attached Hilton West Palm Beach), ranging from five star luxury to award winning boutique, available and within close proximity to the PBCCC. Whether you live in the area or if you're coming from out of town, the Center is ideally located and easily accessible for all.

Designed by the Atlanta architectural firm of Thompson, Ventulett, Stainback & Associates, the stunning Palm Beach County Convention Center features a total of 350,000 square feet in downtown West Palm Beach. The 100,000 square-foot Exhibition Hall on the Level 1 is easily divisible into two 50,000-square-foot areas, and able to handle the weight of an 18-wheeler. More than 2,000 people can comfortably attend a festive banquet in the 25,000-square-foot Grand Ballroom on the Level 2, which has a pre-function area and outdoor Terrace. In addition, the Center boasts 23,000 square feet of meeting rooms/breakout space divisible into 23 rooms.

While the exterior of the Palm Beach County Convention Center presents a sophisticated contemporary take on the terra-cotta tile roofs, recessed windows trimmed in stone, bright stucco facades, cultured coral stone and the rich mahogany cathedral ceilings reminiscent ofPalm Beach estates, the interior's rich Brazilian mahogany deck-planked ceilings, prow-shaped doorways, sail-like light fixtures and repetitive wave forms evoke the feeling of a luxury cruise liner.