Boca Raton Information

Boca Raton has much more to offer than pleasant temperatures year round and beautiful beaches.  With a population of over 84,000 people, Boca Raton is South Florida’s center for the arts, scientific and environmental research, culture, and entertainment. 

In addition to being just minutes away from the beach, there are scenic parks like Red Reef Park, Gumbo Limbo Park and Nature Center, South Inlet Park, and Spanish River Park where you can take a nature walk and see local wildlife.  Close by, in Delray Beach, another unique outdoor attraction is the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens,  where they strive to provide a Japanese cultural experience to their patrons through culture, entertainment, and food.  

To enjoy some of the more artistic and cultural aspects of Boca Raton, visit museums like The Wick Theatre & Costume Museum, home to the largest Broadway costume collection, or the Boca Raton Museum of Art.  Other museums include the Boca Raton Children's Museum, and The Sports Immortals Museum, with one of the largest collections of sport legend memorabilia.

If museums are not what you are looking for, Boca Raton also has amusement parks like  Coconut Cove Water Park, and Boomers where you can play mini golf, ride bumper cars and go-karts, and play arcade games.  If you are interested in shopping and dining, The Town Center Mall and the Shops of Mizner Park, both offer a large variety of stores and restaurant options.

Whatever your interest, there is plenty to do in Boca Raton- A City for All Seasons! 

 



For more information on the Boca Raton area, visit the City of Boca Raton's website.



 Last Modified 11/9/16