town in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States

Palm Beach is a well-to-do town on the east coast of Florida, adjacent to the larger city of West Palm Beach. Culturally known in many ways as the playground of the rich and famous; it is indeed a place full of oceanfront luxury resorts, upscale shopping centers, beautiful landscaping and architecture, nightlife opportunities, and dozens of stately mansions housing its wealthiest residents.

Get inEdit

By planeEdit

By trainEdit

Nearby West Palm Beach is well-connected by rail. Long-distance trains are provided daily by Amtrak while Brightline and Tri Rail has multiple daily intercity services from Miami via Fort Lauderdale.

By busEdit

The local bus operator Palm Tran runs an limited service from West Palm Beach , mainly focused on commuters.

Get aroundEdit

TriRail has stops at the West Palm Beach Airport towards Magnolia Park and Miami Airport.

SeeEdit

 
Map of Palm Beach (Florida)

  • Big Kapok Tree.
  • Flagler Museum.
  • Four Arts Gardens.
  • 1 Henry Morrison Flagler Museum, 1 Whitehall Way (on the island of Palm Beach). This museum features the restored home of Henry Flagler, railroad entrepreneur co-founder of Standard Oil, and the man who conceived of Florida as a tourist destination. Tour his home ($10 per person) and have high tea ($28 per person).    
  • 2 Mar-a-Lago, 1100 S Ocean Blvd. A National Historic Landmark, this expansive resort and golf club is perhaps most famously known as the "Winter White House" of U.S. President Donald Trump.    
  • Worth Avenue.

DoEdit

Go to the Beach. There are many in the area that are clean and open for swimming.

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EatEdit

  • Cafe Boulud, 301 Australian Avenue.
  • Sloan's, 112 S Clematis St.
  • 1 Palm Beach Grill, 340 Royal Poinciana Way (At The Royal Poinciana Plaza), +1 561-835-1077.
  • The Cheesecake Factory, 11800 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave.
  • Nick and Johnnie's, 207 Royal Poinciana Way, +1 561 655-3319. 11am to 1am. New American cuisine with an emphasis on local seafood. Family Friendly. Live music on the weekends. $$.

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Routes through Palm Beach
Lakeland/Fort MyersWest Palm Beach  W    E  END
Daytona BeachWest Palm Beach  N   S  Delray BeachFort Lauderdale



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