Known to the locals as simply Boca, Florida’s luxurious southeastern city of Boca Raton is anything but simple. Its extensive oceanfront Red Reef Park offers engaging nature trails, a sea turtle sanctuary and colorful butterfly garden.
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Situated between the sparkling Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean this AAA 4 diamond resort offers modern guest rooms and spacious suites with private balconies and chic nautical décor.
In the 1920s, architect Addison Mizner transformed what was a small town into a thriving seaside community with his colorful Spanish architecture. Mizner Park, named in his honor, offers entertaining concerts and events at its well-known Amphitheatre. The Boca Raton Museum of Art also lies within the park, with an extensive collection of art and enriching programs. With so much to do at Mizner Park, it may be hard to leave.
There’s plenty more to experience throughout this fair city, from golf courses to world-class shopping and entertainment. Located in Palm Beach County, Boca offers everything you’d expect from a southern Florida beach town and so much more. Posh mansions and oversized yachts dot the harbor. While further inland, Town Center provides some epic shopping experiences, great dining and lively nightlife.
Learn about local history at the Boca Raton Historical Society at the Town Hall. View modern masterpieces at the Boca Raton Museum of Art. Mizner Park offers an all-in-one shopping, dining, living and recreational experience in the heart of the city.
Explore the lush grounds, cool fountains, chic shopping and marina access of the palatial pink Boca Beach Club, a Waldorf Astoria resort first opened in 1926. Play a round of golf and enjoy the spectacular sandy beaches along South Ocean Boulevard.
Visit the educational Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, where you can walk through a lush tropical forest. Inside, view turtles, sharks and other wildlife. Explore some of the town’s remarkable parks, such as Red Reef Park, Sugar Sand Park and Spanish River Park. Check out the historic mid-20th century railway cars at the Boca Express Train Museum. Dine on some of South Florida’s finest cuisine.
Daytime temperatures are most ideal during the winter and fall, generally ranging from mid-70s F to the mid-80s. Summers can be hot and rainy, perfect for watersports and sunbathing on Boca Raton’s glorious beaches.