West Palm Beach, FL
West Palm Beach at dusk.
Dance the night away at West Palm Beach’s lively Clematis Street.
Since the train station first arrived in the early 20th century, visitors have been enjoying everything the remote Clematis Street has to offer. Just a water taxi or trolley stop away from the station, Clematis Street District warmly welcomes all visitors to experience their live music and sidewalk entertainment.
From its Seasonal Saturday Morning Green Market and signature beaches to the popular cultural venues include the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts and Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach has something for everyone to enjoy.
Palm Beach, FL
Aerial view of Palm Beach, FL.
Escape the city for the weekend, explore the vibrant and tranquil Palm Beach.
From legendary resorts and first-class shopping to exquisite architecture and historic landmarks, Palm Beach truly has it all. Add a little culture to your life with the Flagler Museum or get lost in the Gilded Age with Palm Beach’s iconic architecture.
If shopping, pampering , and dining are more your style, Palm beach is home to some of the greats shopping and dining experiences in the country. Stroll down Worth Avenue, home to only the best dining, resorts, and shopping. Find everything you could ever want, from Chanel and Gucci to Louis Vuitton and Vineyard Vines.
Find great food second to none at Palm Beach, explore all the traditional favorites and chic restaurants waiting for you. For true foodies, be sure to stop by the famous Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival. After you’ve had your fill, take to any number of the top-tier golf courses or spas located just off the serene Atlantic Ocean, the Intracoastal Waterway and Lake Worth Lagoon.
Delray Beach, FL
Delray Beach in spring, Florida
Experience the award winning beach and downtown life of Delray Beach.
Delray Beach has completely transformed into one of the most vibrant communities and resort areas in all of Florida. With over 300 restaurants, galleries and clothing and antique boutiques just off of Delray Beach’s Atlantic Avenue, you’ll never run out of things to do or see!
Awarded the Centennial Medallion Award, which acknowledges the nation’s most significant works of landscape architecture, Downtown Delray Beach has continued to national attention and acclaim for not just its envious shopping district but also its unparalleled cultural contribution. Saved from demolition by local citizens, the historic Delray Beach Center is now a National Historic Site and Florida Cultural Institution. This important structure also now serves as an Arts house the School of Creative Arts and History, Crest Theatre, a vintage gymnasium, and restored classrooms.
If you’re interested in exploring the ocean, Delray Beach is a scuba divers dream! Explore the 106-year-old wreck of the S. S. Inchulva that can be easily found only 150 yards off shore from the south end of the municipal beach. The sunken ship is both a state historic site and a premier wreck Scuba diving spot, with the ship being submerged only 25 feet from the surface of the ocean. Take in everything the beautiful beaches have to offer, from beautiful parks and sunsets to the lively boardwalk and gorgeous nature trails.
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Ft. Lauderdale city skyline at sunset.
Explore the historic forts and pristine beaches of Greater Fort Lauderdale.
Named for a second Seminole War fortification built on the banks of the New River in 1838, Fort Lauderdale is the perfect day trip for any history buffs or beach lovers.
Fort Lauderdale became known as a resort town in the 1920’s and has been open for exploration, tourism, and relaxation ever since. Known collectively as Greater Fort Lauderdale, today more than 10 million people visit Greater Fort Lauderdale every year to cruise through the area’s 300 miles of inland waterways, relax on its 23 miles of pristine beaches, and enjoy all the water attractions.
For an unforgettable dining, nightlife and or boutique experience, Downtown Fort Lauderdale is waiting for you. To dive further into its culture, stroll down to the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, the Museum of Discovery and Science, the Fort Lauderdale History Center, or even the Museum of Art. Features over 200 fascinating interactive exhibits, The Museum of Discovery and Science showcases a living animal exhibit, dozens of aquatic species, and the largest living Atlantic coral reef in captivity. One of South Florida’s premier cultural institutions, Fort Lauderdale’s Museum of Art features a rotating collection of 20th century European and American art as well as traveling exhibits from other museums.
Aerial view of Miami, FL.
Explore the unforgettable sprawling city with something for everyone.
From the iconic beaches and food to the numerous venues and distinct style, there is a great reason why Miami has become one of the most popular vacation spots in the world.
Whether you are after the unparalleled nightlife of South Beach, the unmistakable Art Deco district, the unparalleled energy of Little Havana or any of the uncompromised historic hotels and Coral Gables hideaways, Miami really does has it all.
Deep-sea fish right off the coast, golf on the top courses in the world, or take in any of Miami’s professional games, from football and basketball to hockey and baseball, something always in season. If you’re looking for a unique experience, be sure to check out the famous boat and auto racing, numerous art festivals and outdoor food and wine events, or relax on any number of Miami’s pristine beaches.