Fresh from being voted the Best Farmers Market in the United States for the third year in a row by USA Today, the West Palm Beach GreenMarket has reopened for the 2023-2024 season. The West Palm Beach GreenMarket is free and located on the Great Lawn where Clematis Street intersects …Read More »
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Fall is here and there are a multitude of West Palm Beach Fall activities to enjoy! Don’t forget that West Palm Beach is a year-round resort destination. Here you will find Drift Fishing, Parasailing, Charter Fishing, River Tours, Food Tours, Snorkeling, SCUBA, Sunset Catamaran Cruises and much more to experience. …Read More »
Sweet Treats for All Ages You don’t have to be a child to feel the wave of excitement when you enter a candy store. The nostalgia, the vibrant colors, the intoxicating sweet smell – all conspire to transport you back to simpler times. If there’s one place in West Palm …Read More »
At 1 pm on the sunny afternoon of May 4, 1942, the master of the 9,767-ton British tanker Eclipse was confused to see a torpedo speeding toward him from the beach near the Boynton Beach Inlet. Incredibly, the 220 foot-long submarine U-564, commanded by German ace Reinhard “Teddy” Suhren, had …Read More »
In the mid-19th century, the sixty-eight mile stretch of coastline between present-day Palm Beach and Miami had remained largely untouched since Ponce de Leon sailed past in 1513. Local Native American tribes such as the Jeaga and Tekesta had disappeared in the early 1700s, but it was still wild country …Read More »
The typography of Palm Beach County has a vast amount of lakes, canals and limitless ocean. We have visitors asking where they can find restaurants on the water to enjoy a meal and drinks with friends and beautiful views. Here are some of our suggestions:Read More »
Hosted by the city of West Palm Beach, the enormously popular Clematis By Night returns to the Waterfront Commons every Thursday from 6pm – 9pm beginning April 6th. Featuring premium entertainment, a food vendor and more, Clematis By Night is FREE to the public The Waterfront Commons in located at …Read More »