Palm Beach Shores

Palm Beach Shores

Palm Beach Shores

Many visitors to Palm Beach Shores, part of the larger Palm Beach and West Palm Beach communities in Florida, spend their time on the beach, swimming, seeking shells or riding surfboards. But those who wish to venture off the sand will find a variety of activities ranging from cultural opportunities to shopping, entertainment and sports. Palm Beach Shores and the surrounding area offer something to suit every traveler.
Palm Beach Shores is quite possibly the tiniest of communities located in Florida. The town is primarily residential, and is only 10 blocks long and three blocks wide. Originally a fishing town, Palm Beach Shores was home to many fishermen that took advantage of its proximity to the Gulf Stream. As part of Singer Island, Palm Beach Shores is located directly east of Peanut Island and is a beautiful vacation setting filled with luxury hotels, fine restaurants, and cabana covered beaches.
Norton Museum of Art

Take in some culture with a visit to the Norton Museum of Art, with permanent collections of American, European, Chinese and contemporary art. View works by Picasso, Miro, Matisse, Monet and Jackson Pollock and rotating displays such as Andy Warhol’s Art after 1960, Avedon Fashion and Renaissance Tapestries. The museum offers lectures, programs such as Art After Dark, live music, old movies, a cafe and a gift shop. Norton Museum of Art 1451 S. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561-832-5196


Worth Avenue

Shop for souvenirs and much more at the huge Worth Avenue entertainment complex, with specialty retailers such as the Holden Luntz Gallery, Bottega Veneta, Betteridge at Greenleaf & Crosby, Maryanna Suzanna and Vilebrequin. You can spend the whole day exploring Worth Avenue, dining, getting beauty treatments or even taking a historic walking tour. Worth Avenue P.O. Box 2126 Palm Beach, FL 33480 561-659-6909


Palm Beach Golf Course

Golfers visiting Palm Beach Shores may want to fit in a round at the Palm Beach Golf Course, a public 18-hole course offering views of the Intracoastal Waterway. The course offers tee time discounts to residents, plus private lessons, clinics (including ones for children), league play and tournaments. Palm Beach Golf Course 2345 S. Ocean Blvd. Palm Beach, FL 33480 561-547-0598


Popular Attractions and Landmarks in or around Palm Beach Shores:

Phil Foster Park
Sailfish Marina
Peanut Island Environmental Park
John F. Kennedy Bunker on Peanut Island
Port of Palm Beach
Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA)


Major Annual and Ongoing Events in or around Palm Beach Shores:

Art Fest by the Sea
Classic Car Show
The Honda Classic