Delray Beach

Welcome to Delray Beach

"Village By The Sea"

Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in southern Palm Beach County, Delray Beach is rich in history and cultural diversity. This Village by the Sea welcomes families who are seeking a place to call home and invites visitors to experience the ultimate vacation.


People & Lifestyle in Delray Beach

This hidden gem has been rated “Most Fun Small Town” by Rand McNally, USA Today and Coastal Living has named it in the top 10 Happiest Seaside Towns!


Dining, Entertainment & Shopping in Delray Beach​​​​​​​

  • Atlantic Avenue: Located in Downtown Delray Beach, Atlantic Avenue is becoming known as a restaurant haven. You will instantly feel the warm and friendly atmosphere as you stroll through unique art galleries and restaurants.
    • Dada: This award winning restaurant opened in 2000 in one of the oldest historic homes, the Tarrimore House built in 1924. Looking for a unique menu and fun atmosphere, Dada is the place to be! 
    • Deck 84: Casual waterfront dining named Top 100 Al Fresco Dining Restaurants by Opentable Diners for many years. Local seafood such as grouper, snapper, wahoo and cobia make their way onto their nightly specials. Whether you make it by car or boat, you’ll love this place! 
    • SALT7: As the name suggested, SALT7 uses 7 exotic salts to season their prime steaks and gourmet entrees! You must check out this ultimate dining experience! They offer Happy Hour, Brunch and Dinner. 
    • City Oyster: My personal favorite! The freshest oysters and amazing Sushi. 
  • Sundy House: Sundy House is on the National Register of Historic Places as this refined Queen Anne-style Bed & Breakfast dates back to 1902 and is the oldest house in Delray Beach. It served as Delray’s first church, bank, schoolhouse and home to Delray Beach’s first mayor, John Sundy. The beautifully restored Sundy House now offers sleeping accommodations, weddings, brunch and various events. 
  • Saltwater Brewery: A craft microbrewery that features a beer garden, tours and rotating food trucks! Enjoy some of their locally made beers while playing trivia on Wednesday nights! Their Screamin’ Reels IPA comes highly recommended.

Things To Do in Delray Beach

  • Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens: Their mission is to engage people from all walks of life by presenting Japanese arts and cultural experiences that connect Japan and South Florida. On these grounds is where a group of young Japanese farmers started an agricultural revolution in Florida. You can visit the 16 acres of gardens, walk through the Morikami Collections’ over 7,000 art objects and artifacts, and enjoy some tea in an authentic tea house. 
  • Silverball Museum: Been wanting to play some of your favorite arcade games like Donkey Kong and Centipede, or classic pinball machines?? Silverball Museum is where it’s at! You can find games from as far back as the 1930’s and guess what? You can play them all! 
  • Putt’n Around: A family owned business that wanted to bring Delray Beach a great place for families and friends... and from that this Mini Golf and Sports Bar was born! They offer two 18 hole mini golf courses: The Ocean Course and The Everglades. After you finish playing, you can relax at the Sports Bar for some great food and novelty ice cream! 
  • Delray Beach Tennis Center: The Delray Beach Tennis Center is a full-service public tennis facility with 14 clay courts, 6 hard courts, and an 8,200 seat stadium located in the heart of Delray Beach, FL, just to the west of the world famous downtown area on Atlantic Avenue. The Delray Beach Tennis Center features an upstairs pavilion and conference room, pro-shop with locker rooms, racquet stringing, and merchandise. The club offers a wide variety of adult and junior programs, leagues, clinics and camps.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

​​​​​​​Schools in Delray Beach

These are some of the top-rated schools in Delray Beach: 

  • Morikami Park Elementary School (Public, PK-5) 
  • Banyan Creek Elementary School (Public, PK-5) 
  • Bridgeprep Academy of Palm Beach (Charter, K-8) 
  • Carver Middle School (Public, 6-8) 
  • Atlantic High School (Public, 9-12)

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