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Looking for things to do in downtown West Palm Beach? The vibrant area has been experiencing some renovation and restoration over the past few years that have caused its popularity to rise. Take a ride in your Jaguar F-TYPE or Chevy Corvette to come check out some local recommendations below before visiting from Delray Beach or Wellington, then explore some additional things to do nearby in Palm Beach this summer and this Halloween!
There have been people living in this area for centuries, and the area became officially incorporated in 1894. It boomed in the 1920s and you can still see some of the stunning Mediterranean revival-style buildings in the Old Northwood Historic District.
If you want to splurge for a fun experience or a unique date, try the downtown West Palm Beach Food Tours! A typical tour lasts three hours and includes 15 tastings from different locally-owned restaurants, as well as a cocktail, sprinkled with some interesting facts about the history and culture in the area.
Another fun way to experience the city is with a segway tour of the Downtown West Palm Beach waterfront and Palm Beach Island. This 2-hour activity is unforgettable aned great to bring your older kids to! Wear closed-toed shoes and be prepared to turn heads and get some waves while cruising the area!
If you are looking for a kid-free activity in downtown West Palm Beach for you and your friends, try the Party Bike Pub Crawl! What better way to spend a sunny day or balmy evening than on a leisurely ride on a pedal-powered trolley and some local beverages? The crawl includes a drink at each of the three stops, while the guide will point out some nightlife hotspots and give you some cultural trivia.
Clematis Street is where the official document was signed in 1894 to create the town of West Palm Beach. Now, it’s the busy heart of West Palm Beach and one of the primary entertainment districts. Clematis St. is a great place to stroll, where you can check out fine dining options, hear live music, and go a few blocks down to the CityPlace outdoor mall. Just keep in mind that parking in this area can be very limited!
In Centennial Square on Saturdays from 9am-1pm, you can visit the Green Market for fresh produce and baked goods from local vendors. This market runs October through April, so you can buy seasonal produce in a beautiful setting for most of the year.
If you want to stay out of the rain or beat the heat, check out the best museums in Palm Beach, and get more local recommendations from Jaguar Palm Beach, like the best summer camps to send your kids during the day. Be sure to contact us with any questions!
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