Palm Beach County Convention Center Meeting space, exhibit hall and ballroom just three miles from Palm Beach International Airport in West Palm Beach.
Palm Beach International Raceway Watch a race – the Jupiter facility hosts national and local events on its drag strip, road course, kart track and mud bog – or sign up for driving school.
Palm Beach Kennel Club Year ’round greyhound racing and simulcast with a new poker room and two restaurants in West Palm Beach.
Roger Dean Stadium This Jupiter baseball complex is the only stadium in the country that hosts two spring training and two Minor League teams: the Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals in spring, plus the teams’ Single-A affiliates: the Jupiter Hammerheads and the Palm Beach Cardinals.
Cruzan Amphitheatre This open-air venue welcomes touring acts and up to 19,000 fans with spectacular views of West Palm Beach.
Henry Morrison Flagler Museum Take the tour, dine in the café and attend a concert or lecture at the railroad magnate’s Palm Beach manse, Whitehall: an architectural masterpiece of the Gilded Age.
Hibel Museum of Art More than 1,200 works by Edna Hibel, known for her humanistic paintings, plus touring exhibits, cultural programs and a concert series on the Jupiter campus of Florida Atlantic University.
Kravis Center for the Performing Arts West Palm Beach’s home for the performing arts, from touring acts to local companies including Miami City Ballet, Palm Beach Opera and Palm Beach Pops.
Maltz Jupiter Theatre Jupiter’s professional theater, staging plays, musicals, talkbacks and children’s matinees throughout its annual seasons.
Norton Museum of Art Rich cultural programming and an international, permanent collection featuring painting, photography and sculpture – as well as names like Matisse, Picasso, O'Keeffe and Pollock. Located in West Palm Beach.
Palm Beach Opera The area’s resident company annually presents main stage productions, special events and National Opera Week.
Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum View exhibits and take a climbing tour to the top of this 1860 lighthouse.
Lion Country Safari Drive- and walk-through safaris amid replicated African, Indian and South American habitats for lions, zebras and other species. Located in Loxahatchee.
Loggerhead Marinelife Center Marine life exhibits, guided tours, presentations, children’s story time and more at this conservation center with a special focus on sea turtles. Located in Juno Beach.
Mounts Botanical Garden Garden tours, plant sales and outdoor festivals at this West Palm Beach collection of landscapes featuring vignettes for butterflies, tropical species and roses, among others.
Palm Beach Water Taxi Narrated sightseeing cruises and private charters give you a view to Palm Beach from the water. Sport fishing and sailboat charters are also available.
Palm Beach Zoo This West Palm Beach attraction shelters more than 1,400 animals across 23 tropical acres, and includes kid-pleasers like interactive fountains and a carousel.
River Center Florida’s first designated Wild and Scenic River was the Loxahatchee, whose Palm Beach County headwaters flow through cypress swamps to Jupiter Inlet and into the Atlantic Ocean. Exhibits and live tanks tell of the watershed’s history and significance.
Clematis Street In downtown West Palm Beach, restaurants, bars, clubs – and a see-and-be-seen crowd – congregate along Clematis Street. Thursday evenings, listen for free concerts in Centennial Square (that’s the popular Clematis by Night concert series).