West Palm Beach
The state of Florida has a lot in store for the wandering tourists and West Palm Beach is just one of the cities there that has become a favorite destination by both local and foreign travelers. You will never be a dull day once you incorporate these attractions to you list of things to do and visit there.
Places to See
Lion Country Safari – Being here is like being in the wilds of Africa. No cages are holding back the animals that freely walk the open space. Just drive around it in your car for your safety and get the chance to be really close to the zebras, giraffes, and other animals that consider this safari their home.
Norton Museum of Art – This museum houses the collections of steel magnate Ralph H. Norton. Opened in 1941, it has undergone much progress and now has over 5000 items displayed inside, which include 19th century paintings, jade sculptures, Chinese collectibles, and even works of art of famous artists like Picasso and Monet. The museum is open daily, so drop by during your day tour of the city.
Clematis Street – This is considered the historic heart of West Palm Beach. Antique shops, vibrant boutiques, historical landmarks, and live music await you here. A walk around the street will enthrall you with old and modern structures that clearly depict what West Palm Beach is, from then to present time.
Things to Do
Go Flyboarding! – Have you ever desired to fly over water? You can do just that by signing in on some flyboarding activities at West Palm Beach. Even if you have no experience on this, professional instructors will have you ready for the adventure in no time at all and you will soon find yourself flying 10feet above waters.
Join an Eco Tour – Learn and enjoy the sights at the same time. With eco tours, expert guides will fill you in on a bunch of trivia and educational facts about the places that you visit, as well as their ecological importance. Eco tours are offered in Peanut Island, Mutton Island, and other spots in West Palm Beach.
Enjoy the Night Life – Nights at West Palm Beach are never boring. A wide array of clubs, restaurants, and bars will suit everyone’s taste. If you are up for some dancing, try the MonkeyClub at Clematis Street, which features the largest dance floor in town.