Moving To Palm Beach Gardens
If you’re thinking about moving to Palm Beach Gardens and calling it your new home, we have two words for you…Lucky you! Scoring a place in Palm Beach Gardens all but guarantees you get the very best of everything Florida has to offer.
The city is close enough to Miami that you still get to experience all the fun nightlife it has to offer should you feel up to it. Yet it’s far enough to feel like a gateway oasis whenever you need a break from all the city chaos. Living in Palm Beach Gardens is genuinely like getting the best of both worlds.
That’s not the only reason to love it though, the best part is that you don’t even have to leave the city to have a good time. Palm Beach Gardens is full of hidden gems and unique places to spend your afternoons in. Whether you’re looking for a romantic place for date night or a family hang out, we have you covered. Check out our list of Palm Beach Gardens places to visit below:
The Gardens Mall. Perhaps the most popular hangout stop in Palm Beach Gardens is the very luxurious and very big (1.4 million square ft.) mall. No, seriously… if you ever need anything at all, The Gardens Mall features over 150 stores that have something for everyone. If you’re a high-end luxury designer junky who can spend hours at Saks Fifth Ave or Nordstrom, they have something for you. If you’re a broke teenager who’s just looking to get out of the humidity with some friends, they have something for you. This mall has it all.
Frenchman’s Forest Natural Area. This (somewhat) hidden gem is for the nature enthusiast that enjoys the beautiful breeze of an open area and the sound of birds singing along the way. The “forest” is tucked away just outside Prosperity farms road, and it’s the perfect place to spend a day going for a stroll and having a picnic. Bonus: it is right behind the gardens mall, which means you can spend your morning out in nature and your evening shopping for stilettos. We’re telling you…best of both worlds.
Walkers Dive Charters. You rarely find an activity that locals love just as much as a tourist, but that is precisely what the Walkers Dive Charters does for its visitors. The scuba diving center is one of the most fun places to visit in Palm Beach Gardens. The best part is that the staff is famous for being super friendly and accommodating even on their busiest summer days. Be careful though, many reviewers report the experience is addicting. Before you know it, you’ll be spending all your free time and money at the dock.
The Spa at PGA National Resort. Treat yourself to a spa retreat in this stunning Mediterranean sanctuary. The spa features over one hundred treatments created to treat and heal your mind, body, and soul. And since it’s so close to home, you’ll be lucky enough to book all your favorite treatments at a moment’s notice. Bonus: The Spa is the gift that keeps on giving. A gift certificate to this beautiful resort makes a fantastic gift and even a better friend hangout.
The Gardens Green Market If you love Sunday mornings, fresh organic fruits and vegetables, and meeting from all over the world, you’ll love The Gardens Green Market. The farmers market is known for its long-lasting produce, its genuinely delicious foods, and its ability to attract the most interesting people. Spark up a conversation with anyone here, and you might just walk out with a brand new life-long friend.
The Downtown Carousel. You know a carousel is worth checking out when it makes the list of best places to see. What makes this particular carousel so special is that it is so synonymous with Florida. The hand-carved animals feature everything from sea horses to crocodiles and, of course…flamingos. While this is an excellent treat for a family afternoon, the carousel can be enjoyed by anyone. Next time you’re downtown, you’ll have to check it out.
Splash Zone. If you’re looking for a fun place to stay cool and splash around, the splash zone is the place to be. This family-friendly park is filled with plenty of ways to keep cool during the excruciating Florida summers. Just make sure you get your tickets online well in advance. Not only does it fill up quickly, but you can’t get in without showing your tickets at the door.
Professional Golfers Association of America Fix your downswing at one of Florida’s most prestigious golf courses. The home to the legendary yearly Honda Classic and multiple other golfing events is the best place to spend a beautiful Florida afternoon in. The PGA also has a great gift shop and is available for coaching.
Twisted Trunk If you’re in the mood for good company and good beer, this Palm Beach Gardens local hangout should be at the top of your list. The Twisted Trunk has a fantastic selection of beers, friendly staff, and host to several events throughout the month. Heads up: The brewery doesn’t serve food, but they’re nice enough to hook you up with neighboring restaurant menus that will deliver to the establishment for a small fee.
There you have it, a list of some of the must-go-to places in Palm Beach Gardens. Don’t let this list keep you from exploring around, though. Believe it or not, some of the best places have yet to make it to the internet. If you’re moving to Palm Beach Gardens, or know someone who is, this article is helpful in must-see destinations. Make sure to get outside, socialize and find out about restaurants’ secret menus, special invite-only events, and hole-in-the-wall places. Once you find them, come back and share them with us. They might just make the list next time.