In addition to the plethora of stunning beaches found here, Delrey also abounds with parks and green spaces. Lake Ida Park
is spread over 189-acres and consists of a lake, bicycle path, boat launch, canoe and kayak access, a two-mile walking path, and fishing. If you’ve got furry friends, then bring them to the dog park! Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens
is an idyllic place to stroll and enjoy the day. Stop by the educational center, enjoy the playground, or take advantage of the picnic pavilions. Atlantic Dunes Park
, located one block north of Linton Boulevard, comprises a boardwalk and nature trail. The nature trail weaving through the dunes leads to a serene beach setting. Stop by and soak up the unbeatable sunsets or take in the picturesque views while enjoying a picnic.
Most people might not realize that Delray—home to immaculate homes and top-notch beaches—also has a thriving art scene. The Arts Garage
, located in Downtown Delray, was designed to promote the enjoyment of art and music in the area. This thriving hub is home to a wide variety of exhibits, art creation opportunities, live music and concerts, poetry readings, and much more. Be sure to keep an eye out for upcoming events! The Pineapple Grove Arts District is filled with public art and galleries, making it the perfect place to spend a day exploring and appreciating art.
Delray is known for its colorful culinary scene and plethora of chef-driven restaurants. You can enjoy dining along the shoreline while taking in magnificent ocean views. 50 Ocean
, perched on Ocean Boulevard, is a casually-elegant environment with 360-degree ocean views and an upscale American menu. For an unforgettable night out, make reservations at Salt7
. This prestigious restaurant masterfully combines seven fancy types of salt to season their steaks. Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or simply going out for the night, Salt7 is an unforgettable culinary experience. For authentic French pastries, you don’t want to miss The French Bakery
. Since first opening their doors in 2014, this local shop has been whipping up their handcrafted bread and pastries—all made by French-trained artisans. From hand-rolled croissants and pain au chocolat, to delicious sandwiches, everything here reflects craftsmanship and quality.
It’s no surprise that Delray Beach was voted Most Fun Small Town in America by USA Today. This oceanfront town is jam-packed with plenty to do and see. Atlantic Avenue
, which runs from Interstate 95 to Delray’s beach, is lined with restaurants, bars, breweries, shops, galleries, and coffee shops. The charming brick sidewalks and quaint gaslit-style street lamps create an inviting and homey ambiance. Downtown is filled with live music venues ranging from classic rock to chill reggae. For a fun night out, head over to The Pavilion at Old School
Square. Concerts, festivals, and exhibits take place here, so keep an eye out for upcoming events.