5 things to do in Boca Raton

Boca Raton is a year-round paradise with a weather nearly perfect for much of the year and often overpowered by sea breezes. Top sights include charming Mizner Park with its designer shops and trendy restaurants, as well as cultural oasis Boca Raton Museum of Art and outdoor amphitheater. Beach lovers can spend day at incredible Red Reef Park, enjoying crystal blue water and golden sand. For the shopaholics Boca offers retail therapy at Town Center Mall.

Mizner Park

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327 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432


Mizner Park is  the heart of Boca and mix of art gallery, shopping mall, and trendy eatery. The shopping is offering designer boutiques and luxury choices with renowned jewelers. There is an  iPic Theatre, an upscale cinema with delicious in-theater dining and reserved luxury seating. the area around Plaza Real has plenty of on-street parking and three parking garages for free. The area gets especially festive during the holiday season. Mizner Park is also a community gathering places because of plenty choices for delicious food.

As a Local Guide, Diamond Coach Limousine reviewed Mizner Park on Google Maps.

Art Museum
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501 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432


Considered one of the state’s premier artistic and cultural attractions, Boca Raton Museum of Art  has dynamic changing exhibitions and distinguished permanent collection. The museum also offers many public programs including guided tours,  family activities, art workshops.

As a Local Guide, Diamond Coach Limousine reviewed Boca Raton Museum of Art on Google Maps.

Town Center

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6000 Glades Road, Boca Raton, FL 33431


Town Center or simply Boca Raton Mall, features an outstanding mix of luxury shops and favorite department stores like Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdales, Macy’s  and an array of fine restaurants. Newly renovated it has a kids playground and many lounge areas to relax and enjoy shopping.

As a Local Guide, Diamond Coach Limousine reviewed Town Center on Google Maps.

Red Reef Park

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1400 N Ocean Blvd, Boca Raton, FL 33432


Red Reef Park is beautiful, clean and family friendly. It is miles long, which allows for long, leisurely walks and even for the sport routine. The facilities are great - kids playgrounds, bathrooms, picnic tables, rentable umbrella chairs, etc. Red reef park is safe life guarded and has an entry fee of $18, but is totally worth it. The City of Boca Raton & Great Boca Raton and Beach and Park District residents may purchase an annual permit for Spanish River, Red Reef and South Beach Parks. The permit fee is $58. There are many bbq pits if you want to grill your lunch, or dinner. Alcoholic beverages, however, are not allowed in the park. Pets are also not permitted in the park. We do highly recommend getting a beach chair and sitting in the water as the waves come sweeping in.

As a Local Guide, Diamond Coach Limousine reviewed Red Reef Park on Google Maps.

Sugar Sand Park
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300 S Military Trail, Boca Raton, FL 33486


Wonderful Sugar Sand Park is a family leader offering many facilities for children and adults. Kids can frolic on the playground with lots of mazes and interactive entertainment.  The site also has a water area, which is ideal for hot Florida days.  Next to the playground is a favorite carousel for all children. The interactive Children's Science Explorium always hosts activities and exhibit focus on the fascinating world of science. Sugar Sand Park is interesting not only for children but also for adults due to its athletic courts, nature trails and extensive picnic opportunities. The park is also home to the Willow Theatre.

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