Featuring a lively downtown, this charming, vibrant city is rich in history and cultural diversity.
Situated between Boca Raton and West Palm Beach, this intimate South Florida beach town has been named the “Most Fun Small Town in the USA” and one of America's “Happiest Seaside Locales.”
Often referred to as “Florida’s Village by the Sea,” residents here swim in the crystal-clear Atlantic Ocean by day and enjoy a lively downtown atmosphere at night.
Rich in history and cultural diversity, Delray Beach, once a small farming village, has grown rapidly over the years. The area is now home to some 70,000 residents.
A haven for the arts, there are several museums located in the Pineapple Grove District, including Cornell Art Museum, which displays contemporary works, and the lakeside Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens offers tea ceremonies, calligraphy workshops, and serene outdoor spaces. Wakodahatchee Wetlands, a park featuring a raised boardwalk with views of birds, turtles, and alligators, is also located here.
Many boutiques and award-winning restaurants line Atlantic Avenue, and several hotels and seaside inns welcome visitors to this social city.
Home to many northeastern “snowbirds,” retirees, and real estate investors, Delray Beach offers a laid-back lifestyle along with all of the big city comforts. Pristine beaches are the main attraction here, but the artsy and vibrant downtown is also a big draw.
A variety of shops and restaurants reside on Atlantic Avenue and in Delray Marketplace. Local favorites include Deck 84, a stylish spot with views of the Intracoastal, a hopping bar, weekend brunch, and outdoor seats. Caffe Luna Rosa is a bustling bistro by the beach serving American dishes for breakfast and Italian specialties for dinner. Over the Bridge Cafe offers American cuisine with a creative Floridian flair.
Pineapple Grove is a colorful arts district featuring public art pieces, boutiques, fine art galleries, and custom furniture stores. A giant pineapple mural is a perfect backdrop for a Delray Beach selfie.
At Old School Square, a multi-use entertainment center hosting cutting-edge art exhibits and performances, you’ll find various outdoor concerts and festivals — plus a Creative Arts School.
Wakodahatchee Wetlands offers a diverse wildlife habitat that attracts more than 150 different species of birds, as well as alligators, rabbits, turtles, otters, foxes, and other creatures found in a healthy South Florida wetland ecosystem.
The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens feature six lush, authentic gardens, each inspired by a different period and style of Japanese gardening. The museum showcases traditional and contemporary Japanese culture through exhibits and a variety of educational events.The Avenue, the pedestrian‐friendly epicenter of downtown Delray Beach, offers various shopping and dining experiences.
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