Palm Beach Gardens is a sun-kissed city where you can relax on sandy beaches, play world-class golf courses and enjoy the Sunshine State lifestyle. Explore the pedestrianised downtown district and shop at upscale malls, then head to one of the postcard-perfect beaches strung along the Atlantic coast.
Things to do in Palm Beach Gardens
Palm Beach Gardens is the headquarters of the Professional Golfers’ Association of America (PGA) and is surrounded by world-class courses. Cheer on pros at tournaments like the Honda Classic and take your pick of more than 160 premier golf courses in Palm Beach County. You’ll be dazzled by emerald-green fairways, palm-lined lakes and stunning ocean views. Play on courses designed by legends like Jack Nicklaus, Donald Ross and Raymond Floyd.
Shop, dine and admire public art installations at PGA Commons, a lively precinct filled with shops, restaurants and galleries. The district occupies an entire city block and features brick walkways and tree-lined plazas. Play a game of chess on the giant outdoor set and sip cocktails on sunny outdoor patios.
Browse more than 150 specialty stores and boutiques at The Gardens Mall. The architect-designed mall is one of the premier upscale shopping destinations in the state. Discover 13 hectares of retail space, including luxury department stores like Bloomingdale’s and Saks Fifth Avenue.
Palm Beach Gardens is surrounded by postcard-perfect beaches with sugar-white sand and crystalline water. Dozens of beaches dot this 75-kilometre stretch of the Atlantic coast, including popular stretches of sand like Jupiter Beach. Boynton Beach is another local favourite with soft sand and a wooden boardwalk.
Getting around Palm Beach Gardens
Parts of Palm Beach Gardens are pedestrian-friendly and easy to get around on foot. The city is part of the Miami metropolitan area, a 15-minute drive from West Palm Beach and 1.5 hours from Downtown Miami. Miami International Airport is a 1.5-hour drive away.