Palm Beach Island

Welcome to The Town of Palm Beach

After over 100 years of graceful evolution, Palm Beach today is a fully developed community, world-renowned for its beauty, quality of life and small-town character. It is home to “Captains of Industry” and the world famous Worth Avenue. Approximately 9,000 citizens make Palm Beach their year-round home, and about 20,000 more have a seasonal home in Palm Beach where they enjoy the winter months. Together, these residents of Palm Beach donate more money per capita to charities than any other community in America. It has an active historic preservation program, 3 miles of public beaches, and a wide array of recreation programs, including award winning golf and tennis facilities.

What to Love about The Town of Palm Beach

The History! From Henry Flagler bringing the first railroad and opening the Royal Poinciana Hotel in 1894, the Everglades Club built in 1918 by Addison Mizner and Worth Avenue which is arguably the most exclusive shopping district in the world.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping in The Town of Palm Beach

  • Worth Avenue: “If you haven’t been to Worth Avenue, you haven’t been to Palm Beach”. Known around the world, Worth Avenue offers European sophistication and is one of the most beautiful shopping destinations. The Esplanade at 150 Worth is where Worth Avenue begins. Here, you can find a variety of luxury brands, like Chanel, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Jimmy Choo, as well as one-of-a-kind boutiques for art, apparel and furnishings. 
  • The Breakers Palm Beach: This luxurious and historic Palm Beach resort was founded in 1896 by Henry M. Flagler, one of America’s great industrialists. (Palm Beach Island has a museum dedicated to him - check it out under “Things To Do”) Named for its location and proximity to the water (“the breakers”, where the waves crash), ocean views and the Italian-Renaissance style will make you never want to leave! On your visit, take advantage of their spa, dining options, shopping, and you can even sign up for a golf lesson! 
  • Café Boulud: One of Palm Beach’s most coveted dining experiences, Cafe Boulud is steps from Worth Avenue and offers traditional French cuisine using the best local ingredients and seafood. 
  • Buccan: Pronounced Boo-Cahn, this inventive upscale-casual cafe was conceived by James Beard-nominated Chef Clay Conley. Chef Clay sources the best local ingredients to create his signature “small plate, big flavor” dishes. 
  • Renato’s: Since 1987, Renato’s has served Palm Beach with an unforgettable Italian cuisine experience. This upscale restaurant offers a romantic courtyard with an old-world elegant feel that will make you believe you’re dining in beautiful Italy. 
  • Leopard Lounge: A Palm Beach favorite, Leopard Lounge & Restaurant represents the essence of Palm Beach like no other. The atmosphere and early 20th century feel throughout, embodies the gilded age sophistication that Palm Beach is known for. Executive Chef Gerard Coughlin prepares a fabulous menu consisting of specialties such as Veal Chops, New York Strips, Maryland Style Lump Crab cakes, and so much more.

Things To Do in The Town of Palm Beach

  • Henry Morrison Flagler Museum: Henry M. Flagler is best known for his development of Florida's east coast and building the Florida East Coast Railway that connected Daytona to Key West, which in turn made a significant contribution to Florida’s tourism and economy. Having been Henry M. Flagler’s Palm Beach estate, Whitehall is a 75-room mansion that is now open to the public for self guided tours and is a National Historic Landmark. 
  • Palm Beach Municipal Beach: Just a stroll away from Worth Avenue, this seaweed-free beach is a must see. 
  • Par 3 Golf Course: Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and Florida's beautiful Intracoastal Waterway, lies the world renowned Palm Beach Par 3 Golf Course. Beautiful landscaping creates a stunning tropical setting where there's always an ocean breeze. With 18 beautiful holes, from 81 to 211 yards and 3 sets of tees on each hole, this par 3 golf course is unlike any other. You must check out their new 2-story Key West style clubhouse featuring a fully stocked Pro-shop on the first floor and al Fresco Restaurant and Bar on the second level. A full length driving range, putting green and practice bunker are available 
  • The Society of the Four Arts: The Society of the Four Arts offers a dynamic lineup of cultural programming including notable speakers, concerts, films, educational programs and art exhibitions. Home to beautiful gardens and two libraries, The Four Arts is one of Palm Beach’s oldest and most respected cultural destinations.

Schools in The Town of Palm Beach

These are some of the top-rated schools near The Town of Palm Beach: 

  • Palm Beach Day Academy (PK-9) 
  • Palm Beach Public Elementary School (K-5)

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