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West Palm Beach has been a haven of elevated living and captivating culture for over a century. Its rolling golf courses, extraordinary art, stunning beaches, and breathtaking architecture give it a sense of authentic escape, with unique access to dynamic city energy and a host of cultural landmarks.

Ever since West Palm Beach was incorporated in 1894–two years prior to Miami–the city has called to those with an appreciation for arts, culture, natural beauty, and a refined aesthetic, offering an ideal mix of industry and creativity, set against one of nature’s most stunning backdrops.

The city’s legacy of artistic growth is reflected in the timeless and playful sensibilities of 20th century architects Addison Mizner and John Volk, with the iconic Palm Beach Island just a short drive (or scenic walk) across the bridge. West Palm Beach is also home to an outstanding theater scene featuring full-scale ballet and opera productions, a three-day waterfront music festival, and the largest art museum in the state.

Endless opportunities for athletics include tennis courts, watersports, and miles of shady jogging paths. Find tranquility in observing coastal wildlife, soaking up the sounds of the sea, or relaxing on a shaded bench with a good book.

With its ideal year-round weather and soft breezes off the water, West Palm Beach is a dream for professional and amateur golfers alike—offering some of the finest courses and driving ranges in the world.

There is so much to savor about West Palm Beach, thanks to an exploding restaurant scene featuring iconic outposts of New York City institutions, classic French bistros, Mexican soul food, authentic Tuscan recipes, and visionary local chefs that take sustainable, farm-to-table ingredients to the highest standards.