West Palm Beach, FL
WEST PALM BEACH TRANSPORTATION AND SHUTTLE BUS SERVICES
West Palm Beach shuttle bus transportation
Our West Palm Beach shuttle transportation services offer two types of shuttle bus services: Daily shared transportation and Private Transportation to our 40 destinations in Florida.
West Palm Beach Station: 1850 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL *exit 70* at The Shell Gas Station GET DIRECTIONS.
The West Palm Beach Shuttle bus traveler guide
West Palm Beach, Florida: Waterfront, walkways and fantasic views. More than just Palms and Beaches.
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Experience the charm and splendor of West Palm Beach that has enchanted visitors for over a hundred years. Just a short drive away from Florida’s themed attractions and cultural hot spots, West Palm Beach showcases the small town ambiance of Old Florida where shop owners know you by name and Friday nights mean hometown football games.
Things to do when visiting West Palm Beach Florida:
1. Palm Beach Zoo: The Zoological Society of the Palm Beaches exists to protect wildlife and wildlife habitat, and to inspire others to value and conserve the natural world.
2. CityPlace (West Palm Beach): CityPlace, the premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination in Palm Beach County, is the center of Downtown West Palm Beach.
3. Lion Country Safari: Florida’s only drive-through safari and walk-through amusement park invites you to enjoy and much more, you are sure to have a memorable experience at Lion Country Safari.
4. Norton Museum of Art : The Norton Museum of Art is an art museum located in West Palm Beach, Florida. Its collection includes over 7,000 works, with a concentration in European, American, and Chinese art as well as in contemporary art and photography.
5. Peanut Island: Peanut Island – Fifty years ago, during the lead-up to the Cuban Missile Crisis, this corrugated hole in the ground was designed as – and may have come close to being – a last resort in case of a nuclear attack. (It’s the place where President John F. Kennedy would have run what remained of the free world), said Anthony Miller of the Palm Beach Maritime Museum.