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Delray Beach

Delray Beach, renowned as the 'Most Fun Small Town in the USA,' remains a gem within the Palm Beaches, attracting visitors with its unique charm.


Old Town Square is a staple in the community, hosting free Friday concerts at its 5-acre venue at the corner of Atlantic and Swinton. These events continue to draw crowds, offering a blend of music and community spirit.

The Delray Beach Market, which first opened in 2021 and is currently undergoing renovations, is poised to reopen with exciting new dining experiences. This four-story, 150,000-square-foot culinary haven will reaffirm its status as a top destination for breakfast, lunch, and dinner options.

The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, a tranquil and enlightening destination for over 40 years, continues to enchant visitors with its vast collection of over 7,000 Japanese artifacts, a stunning Koi pond, 14 acres of gardens, and an exquisite Bonsai tree collection.

Atlantic Avenue, stretching from A1A in the east to Swinton in the west, is bustling with life. As you wander down this vibrant mile-long avenue, you'll encounter art galleries, unique shops, bars, and restaurants. A highlight of this stroll is the famous Kilwins ice cream shop, where the irresistible aroma of freshly made waffle cones tantalizingly wafts out the door, inviting passersby to indulge in a sweet treat.

Lastly, the Pineapple Grove art district, and particularly Artist Alley, continues to showcase the creativity of local artists through an array of murals and sculptures. This area remains a testament to Delray Beach's thriving arts scene, offering a visually stimulating experience to all who visit.

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