Flights From Grand Rapids To West Palm Beach

Flights From Grand Rapids To West Palm Beach


West Palm Beach offers a wide range of shopping options, exquisite dining, Broadway-quality shows and a world-renowned museum. Palm Beach, Florida's Atlantic Ocean coast is home to year-round excitement. The city offers easy access to smooth-sand beaches as well as some of America's most appealing waterways. If you're looking for the best in musical entertainment in the country, plan your visit to SunFest Florida's largest waterfront festival. Four retail and entertainment areas can be found in downtown West Palm Beach: Clematis St Rosemary Square Northwood VillageAntique Row. These vibrant areas of West Palm Beach have a variety of bars, nightclubs. boutiques. You'll find high-end retail and low prices at the Palm Beach Outlets. Notable in West Palm Beach is the Norton Museum of Art which features sculpture, the Palm Beach Zoo and events at the downtown Kravis Center for the Performing Arts.


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Places to visit in West Palm Beach

West Palm Beach has a stunning waterfront, vibrant entertainment districts, and scenic neighborhoods. But it's more than just beaches and palm trees. This vibrant destination is a haven for tourists looking for year-round entertainment. It boasts beautiful skies, great weather and many exciting outdoor and cultural attractions. Here are our top 10 recommendations for West Palm Beach activities.

  1. Clematis Street and Downtown West Palm Beach

Centennial Fountain at Nancy, West Palm Beach – Courtesy West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority

Clematis Street forms the historic heart of Downtown West Palm Beach. Walk west from Flagler Drive along the Intracoastal waterway to discover the local flavor of the area's vibrant boutiques, nightclubs and restaurants, as well as the historical landmarks.
Lynora’s offers wood-oven pizzas, while Grease serves the best burgers. Roccos' Mexican Tacos & Teal Bar is a great place to go if you are looking for Mexican food. Make sure to get their fresh guac. You can also stop by the botanical-inspired Sourbon Food and go upstairs to The Lab for handcrafted cocktails. Later in the evening, visit Clematis social, a sophisticated nightlife venue located on Clematis Street.

  1. The Square

The Square West Palm Beach's most popular shopping, dining and entertainment spot. You can shop at the Square by taking a trolley ride or walking from Clematis Street. The square features old-world architecture, gorgeous fountains, and sidewalk cafés that create an atmosphere that is reminiscent of a European town centre. You can shop your favorite clothing, home and beauty brands. H&M, Lululemon and Natuzzi Italia are just a few of the retailers that you can shop at. Planta is a stylish restaurant offering a refined dining experience and a 100 percent plant-based menu. Enjoy a dairy-free and gluten-free ice-cream at the Angie’s Epicurean stand.

  1. Norton Museum of Art

Ralph Hubbard Norton, his wife Elizabeth Calhoun Norton, founded the Norton Museum of Art in 1941. Ralph began collecting for the purpose of decorating their home. But then, he started to be interested in art as a whole and built a large collection of sculpture and paintings. The couple started to spend more time on the Palm Beaches in 1935. After much thought, they decided to open their own museum in West Palm Beach. The Norton Museum of Art is known worldwide for its outstanding collection. It includes works of art from 19th and 20th century, as well as sculptures by American and European artists. There are also some of the most valuable Chinese jade and bronze artifacts in the world. The Norton Museum hosts Art After Dark every Friday. This cultural event is open to all who are interested in art and entertainment.

  1. Antique Row Art & Design District

You will find more than 50 specialty shops and antiques along one street of West Palm Beach's renowned Antique Row. This charming area offers a wide range of antiques from 17th to 20th century, as well as fine and decorative arts and modern furnishings. This vast selection of high-quality antiques shops, specialty shops, and art galleries is all within easy walking distance. There are also several award-winning restaurants nearby. Discover. This charming shopping enclave was featured in Architectural Digest and The New York Times. You can now shop at several of the top stores on "The Row" from your own home. Visit West Palm Beach Antique Row Art & Design district to see where the best interior designers in the world have been shopping for over 30 years.

  1. Northwood Village

This small community is located just north of Downtown West Palm Beach and offers a great selection of delicious dining, small galleries, as well as a monthly wine walk. As you explore the hidden artistic treasures of Northwood, discover its bohemian vibe. This destination is ideal for urban adventurers, with its eclectic shops and fine dining options. Stop by Harold's Coffee House to take a photo with the colorful murals. The hip Northwood Village space in West Palm Beach specializes in Kyoto-style cold-brew coffee. However, they also offer fresh-pressed juices and kombucha as well as a wide range of teas and baked goods. Herbs & Earth is a women-owned market that sells over 300 organic, fair-trade herbs, teas, spices and roots. They also offer essential oils, incense and hand-rolled sag


What makes West Palm Beach so special?

You can enjoy boating, fishing and tennis, as well as golfing, tennis, and other recreational activities. Close proximity to the beach and coast. The vibrant downtown waterfront district.

Is West Palm Beach worth a visit?

Outside of Miami, West Palm Beach is the most wealthy city in South Florida . But there's more to this vibrant metropolis that mega-mansions and private yachts. You can have both the city life and the vacation vibes in West Palm Beach.

Is there a boardwalk at West Palm Beach?

This is a boardwalk review in West Palm Beach, FL. "Whereas City Place is more family-friendly, Clematis Street is more edgy and reminiscent of "Vegas". Although I wouldn't mind bringing my kids to this place before 8pm, it becomes a more adult atmosphere after that time. The outfits are a little too sloppy and the clothes get very revealing. Cool lights are visible above the street.

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