Key tourist locations in Palm Beach include Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society, the Boca Raton Museum of Art and CityPlace. The Palm Beach Zoo has been a key attraction in Palm Beach since its founding in the 1950s and today houses a range of exhibits, including the Florida Reptile House, the Koala Forest and the Wings Over Water Bird Show Theatre, where daily shows take place. It has undergone several transformations over the years and receives for than 300,000 visitors each year for their diverse collection of animals, ranging from native Florida species to imports from Australia and Madagascar.
The Boca Raton Museum of Art is another historic attraction in Palm Beach, having been founded in the late 1940s. The museum features a range of permanent and visiting exhibitions, as well as a sculpture garden and educational gallery. Also available are docent and cell phone tours, programs for families with children and occasional special events.
CityPlace in downtown West Palm Beach is a tourist location featuring shopping, dining and entertainment. The complex centers on a large show fountain and is characterized by its open plaza and Mediterranean architecture. Some of the entertainment and dining options available are Revolutions Bowling, Bar & Grille and Mellow Mushroom Pizza Bakers.