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Delray Beach

Delray Beach

Located in southern Palm Beach County, directly on the Atlantic Ocean, Delray Beach.

Welcome to Delray Beach

Located in Southern Palm Beach County, directly on the Atlantic Ocean, Delray Beach encompasses 15.37 square miles of land area and has over 60,000 residents.
Delray Beach, the little village by the sea that once was home to pineapple fields and a coastal jungle, has transformed into one of South Florida’s most vibrant communities.
Delray Beach is characterized by a wonderful mix of oceanfront homes, and the panache of charming downtown’s Atlantic Avenue – a picturesque scene of quaint shops, galleries, and casual-to-chic restaurants. Art and jazz nights attract many to the streets. Beautiful residential communities are tucked away along Delray’s Intracoastal waterway. Delray has become quite the food scene with outstanding and varied restaurants.
Delray Beach is “hot and vibrant” and offers residents a full range of amenities and the incomparable beauty of nearly two miles of pristine white beach. It has been named an All-American City twice in the past decade though most think of Delray Beach as a resort-style, laid-back beach community with panache.
Delray Beach has emerged as a leading figure in Florida’s growing historic preservation movement. The city has designated several neighborhoods as historic districts places where residents are encouraged to preserve old homes as a living link to Delray’s illustrious past.
But a growing number of neighborhoods also speak to the emergence of Delray Beach as home to some of South Florida’s grandest estates. A number of magnificent mansions are located along the southern part of the town’s two-mile stretch of oceanfront, and other premier properties overlook the Intracoastal Waterway.

On the western side of town, private gated communities like Stone Creek Ranch, and Mizner Country Club are being built.
Only minutes away from Delray Beach is the Boca Raton Airport, a base of operations for more private jets than any similar facility elsewhere in the country. Palm Beach International Airport and Fort Lauderdale International Airport are just 30 minutes away and offer the best options for those seeking commercial flights to virtually any city in the United States.
Delray Beach today is known for its “Bahamas style” architecture and exuberant downtown. Taking a stroll down Atlantic Avenue you will see the upscale restaurants and boutiques, all part of a great economic development plan. Efforts have been underfoot in recent years to bring attention to Delray’s cultural and historical heritage. In Delray, you have some great visitor sites that bring proper attention to the city’s history and cultural richness:

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Spady Cultural Heritage Museum​​​​​​​

Located in the home of the late Solomon D. Spady, at 170 NW Fifth Ave in the historic West Settlers District of Delray Beach, the Spady Museum is dedicated to discovering, collecting, and sharing the African-American history and heritage of Florida. It is the only African American Cultural Heritage museum of its kind in Palm Beach County and has become a destination for people of all cultures seeking information about Florida’s early black communities and culture. The museum has rotating exhibits, highlighting the talents and influences of African-Americans, Caribbean Americans, and Haitian Americans.

The Delray Beach Center for the Arts (formerly known as Old School Square) sits in the heart of downtown Delray Beach at 51 N. Swinton Ave. It houses a museum and theatre and has an outdoor entertainment pavilion. Place on the National Register of Historic Places, it serves as a gathering place for all Delray Beach residents. It is considered the centerpiece of the historic downtown shopping district.

Next to the Delray Beach Center for the Arts is an up-and-coming “artists district” called Pineapple Grove. The area includes sculptures designed by local artists. Downtown Delray has lots of art galleries and artists’ studios. 

This theatre is in the old Delray High School. It contains a 323-seat performing arts theatre and hosts professional music, theatre, and dance performances as well as national tours in these different cultural genres.

The American Orchid Society, the international headquarters, is next door to The Morikami. Everything orchid may be found here, orchid books and orchids. The grounds abound with all kinds of orchids, palms, cycads, and exotic plants. 

Cason Cottage Museum​​​​​​​

The Delray Beach Historical Society and the City of Delray Beach restored Cason Cottage House in 1988. It is now a museum. It is a craftsman cottage that is constructed with pine. Reverend John R. Cason, a Methodist minister, constructed this home in 1915. This house museum is open to the public and shows the early pioneer spirit in the city.

The Delray Beach Playhouse

This playhouse is located on Lake Ida and for 47 years has offered great theatre to audiences. It is one of the oldest community theatres in the nation.

This museum is named in honor of Harriet and George Cornell, who were Delray Beach residents. The museum is located in the old Delray Elementary School building dating back to 1913. There are 4 galleries and a huge atrium in the museum, a tea room, a gift shop, and an exhibit space, which showcases artists and hosts special lectures. Historial Delray Beach archives are on the second floor in the Cornell Archives Room which is managed by the Delray Beach Historical Society.

The city of Delray Beach offers an incredible variety of events including art exhibits; music festivals (Arts and Jazz on the Ave); tennis tournaments; holiday light and Christmas tree illumination on Old Church Square… orchid exhibits; a farmer’s market; wellness programs….yoga on the beach There is no lack of things to do. With a bustling downtown district, vibrant nightlife and rich cultural heritage all you have to do is find what is fun for you. Delray Beach … The Village By the Sea………

There are so many beautiful parks in Delray Beach – children’s parks, those with nature walks and beach parks like Delray Municipal Park with its 1.5 miles of pristine sand and tropical aqua colored waters. A perfect spot for “Yoga on the Beach” programs.

The Ocean Rescue Division designates specific use areas on the Municipal Beach for swimming, surfing, volleyball, sailing, wind surfing, snorkeling, with two recreational areas for kite flying, Frisbees, paddleball, etc.

Beach Chair Rental Services are available and Oceanside Beach Service provides all of your beach equipment needs, including umbrellas, chairs and cabanas for rental use.

​​​​​​​Sailboat Storage? Oh yes! There is space for sixty non-motorized sailboats to be stored on the north end of the beach. The boats cannot exceed twenty feet in length and an annual permit available for everyone is required.

The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is named after George Morikami, a pineapple farmer who donated his 200 acres for use as a park after his death. A 32,000-square-foot museum was built on site and it is said to be the only Japanese culture museum in the United States. The museum has interactive exhibits and is surrounded by gardens, pine forests, and a waterfall. Typically, the museum hosts four major festivals a year. 

The American Orchid Society, the international headquarters, is next door to The Morikami. Everything orchid may be found here, orchid books and orchids. The grounds abound with all kinds of orchids, palms, cycads, and exotic plants. 

Savor The Avenue

Savor the Avenue The Delray Beach Downtown Development Authority (DDA) oversees this incredible annual event. This event is cherished and tickets quickly sell out. The restaurants are “center stage” showcasing their fine food and drink. 

Each year the food, drink, décor vary and everyone lives with great anticipation of what they will experience. A beautifully orchestrated event by DDA

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Explore popular things to do in the area, including Cardona's Academy of Martial Arts, F45 Delray Beach, and VIP Pilates.

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