CityPlace is a beautiful outdoor shopping and entertainment center inspired by the pedestrian-friendly piazza of Italy. Dine outdoors at one of over 22 great restaurants, catch a 3-D move, stroll from shop to shop and happen upon live entertainment on the plaza or at the Harriett Himmel Theater. Savor a restorative cappuccino or sip a refreshing libation as you take in the gorgeous surroundings of a celebrated dancing fountain and its dazzling nightly water show choreographed to music. Many Restaurants participate in the Flavor Palm Beach during the month of September and film buffs will delight in the Palm Beach International Film Festival as many screenings and events are found here and throughout The Palm Beaches.
The new, award-winning Downtown Waterfront Commons is the focal point of Clematis Street, alive with visitors enjoying the fountain, waterfront yacht harbor and picturesque Lake Worth Lagoon views. Clematis Street is also home to a year-round calendar of entertaining events. These include SunFest - Florida's largest music, arts and waterfront festival. The Palm Beach International Boat Show, Palm Beaches Marathon & Run Fest, FOTOfusion, a seasonal GreenMarket and Clematis by Night, a musical block party held every Thursday.
The state-of-the-art Palm Beach County Convention Center is home to a collection of the world's most highly-regarded art exhibitions and interest array of annual events. Its elegant architecture lends well to the prestigious, American International Fine Art Fair, Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show, Palm Beach Fine Craft Show, and ArtPalmBeach. The District, which encompasses the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts and CityPlace, is just across the street. All are conveniently located less than two miles from Palm Beach International Airport (PBI). For great entertainment, check out the Palm Beach Kennel Club and the World Series of Poker - an action-packed event on the Las Vegas National Championship circuit.
Northwood Village is West Palm Beach's newest redevelopment success story and a mecca for urban art and entrepreneurs looking to bring in their fresh and cutting-edge perspective. On the search for funky treasure from grandma's attic or a scrumptious cupcake? Collectibles and culinary creativity abound here. Abloom with vibrant bougainvillea, Northwood Road is the place to be every fourth Friday at the popular Art and Wine Promenade. Where visitors stroll the street, wine in hand, visiting, chatting and discovering local artist and their latest work.
Even if you're not a celebrated collector or world-renowned interior designer, you will love the Antique Row charm. Spend a leisurely afternoon exploring the Row's 45 shops, where you'll find 17th to 20th century treasures, fine and decorative arts, art nouveau, deco, moderne and more. Architectural Digest, The New York Times and House Beautiful have called Antique row on the East Coast's premier antique districts. Be sure to save time for a visit to the Norton Museum of Art, internationally known of its distinguished permanent collection of avant-garde special exhibitions, lectures and educational programs. The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens offer a unique experience in the El Cid neighborhood, one of many historic neighborhoods in West Palm Beach.
West Palm Beach is so much more than palms and beaches! This is where you'll make lasting memories of an unforgettable adventure. Fun on the water, charming enclaves and vibrant downtown atmosphere will welcome you back again and again.