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South Florida's West Palm Beach lies across the Lake Worth Lagoon from neighboring Palm Beach. The oldest municipality in Florida is found in this city, a principal city of the Miami Metropolitan area. The distance from downtown Miami is approximately 69 miles. The town boasts numerous cultural treasures, a bustling city center, and countless excellent restaurants. It's a place where people congregate to enjoy one-of-a-kind shops, superb dining, and countless entertainment options.

What Best Things to do in West Palm Beach?

Immerse yourself in the colorful culture and nightlife, and soak up the beauty of West Palm Beach city by going to these below places. All these places are packed with rich history, diversity, beautiful sandy beaches, and more. 

1. Beaches in West Palm Beach

West Palm Beach has a beautiful 47 miles of coastline, which means no shortages of sandy beaches. There are nearly 30 tropical beach parks that cover these 47 miles along with the Atlantic coast! Visitors need to take a short drive over the Royal Park Bridge to reach the beach area. Moreover, there are some relaxing spots such as Palm Beach Municipal Beach, steps from Worth Avenue, Ocean Cay Park, etc. These beaches are low-key and comfortable, making them a perfect place to catch sun rays and great to spot marine wildlife. 

2. Peanut Island

Another beautiful spot to visit in West Palm Beach is Peanut Island. It is an 80-acre county park located right at the mouth of the Lake Worth Inlet. It features the Palm Beach Maritime Museum, a former Coast Guard Station, and the historic presidential bunker of President John F. Kennedy. But to reach this historical and natural wonder site, you need to take a water taxi, ferry, or private boat. The area is also known for several reasons. It is one of the best snorkeling spots, thanks to the beautiful manatees and the colorful fish that call the region home. Also, head to the eastern shore to see the rocky coastline that attracts the most marine wildlife. 

3. Worth Avenue

Locals say that if you need to ask for the price of anything on Worth Avenue, on the enchantment island of Palm Beach, you cannot afford it. One of the best things about this street is that nothing has to be purchased to enjoy it. Several fashionable clothing and accessories shops are everywhere, including luxury brands and fascinating antique and décor shops. Alongside jewelers and perfumeries, you'll also find unusual treasures, such as Raptis Rare Books. You'll find galleries and department stores there and the famous Ta-Boo Restaurant, where the Kennedys used to hang out. You'll find artists' studios and food shops hidden in leafy courtyards with bronze statues of children playing.

4. John D. MacArthur Beach State Park

John D. MacArthur Beach State Park was opened in 1989 and has made flora and fauna by covering around 438-acres of area. The park is located just a short drive away in North Palm Beach. It has wheelchair-accessible boardwalks, along with well-maintained nature trails. The major highlight of the park is the 1600-foot-long pedestrian bridge over the estuary, which connects Lake Worth to the beach habitat. Visitors might come across several wildlife creatures such as birds, manatee, and other animals when you walk on the bridge. Even you can sit and enjoy the spot as a picnic spot because there are plenty of shaded pavilions and picnic tables. Even at the end of the bridge, you will find out a beautiful coastline that offers water activities such as paddleboards, kayaks, and canoes. 

5. The Taste History Culinary Tour

To offer visitors a truly immersive and comprehensive culinary experience, Taste History Culinary Tour focuses on engaging and educating them. Every tour features a variety of food tastings that provide an exciting and entertaining overview of the history and culture of food in the area. Visitors can ride the buses to food-centric neighborhoods like Delray Beach, Lake Worth, and others, where cuisines range from Cuban to Italian to French. It can be said that the trip offers an opportunity to sample cuisine from around the globe. 

Best Time to Visit

The subtropical climate allows you to visit West Palm Beach any time of year. The best season to visit West Palm Beach is during the spring (April to May) and the fall (September to October) to avoid the hottest temperatures and most crowded places. It's winter from October to March and quite warm from April to September. At the same time, the rainy season takes place in June, August, and September.

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