Best Attractions & Activities

With all of the things to do and see in a city, deciding how to spend your time can be quite an agonizing decision. 10best has narrowed all of the available attractions in Boca Raton to a list of the most appealing and reputable, to aide in your decision making. You can rest easy knowing that any choice you make from our list is sure to please.

Deerfield Beach
Deer Creek Golf Club


Don't let the spiffy design and country club airs keep you away – this topnotch course just so happens to be open to the general public. One of South Florida's most highly reviewed courses, Deer Creek has hosted a USGA Senior tournament (2003)...  Read More

Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens


In the early 20th century, a group of Japanese immigrants came to Florida to institute an agricultural community. It didn't succeed, but one of its members, George Morikami, donated 200 acres to honor the effort and his native country. Today,...  Read More



The beach at Delray is busy and well-frequented by people of all ages and persuasions. You'll see families on vacation, young people playing volleyball, and older folks basking in the warm sun. Parking is available nearby, as is a good supply of...  Read More

Boca Raton Museum of Art


The beginnings of this fine museum date back to the 1940s, when a group of culturally-minded residents united their efforts to increase Boca's arts presence. More than 60 years later, the museum resides in an incredible facility in Mizner Park...  Read More

Gumbo Limbo Environmental Complex


A mission to spread awareness of the natural world and of Florida's environmental concerns defines this center. Named for a local tree, the facility occupies 20 acres along the coast and preserves the landscape for visitors and native wildlife....  Read More

Spanish River Park


One of the area's largest parks, Spanish River guarantees plenty of room to spread out and enough diversions to please any visitor. Swimming in the ocean and sunbathing on the beach satisfy plenty of folks, and picnic tables and grills make...  Read More

Boca Raton Resort and Club


Premiering in 1926, this elegant complex was architect Addison Mizner's initial step in establishing Boca Raton as a first-class resort. Intended to resemble a Mediterranean castle, the hotel was known as the Cloister Inn and operated as a...  Read More



A popular beach that doesn't always get the traffic more developed beaches do, South Beach offers a lovely, lifeguard-patrolled coastline. Swimming attracts most folks, but you'll find opportunity for snorkeling as well.

Boca Raton Old Town Hall


This charming structure, originally designed by Boca Raton's visionary architect, Addison Mizner, is a city landmark, especially given its prominent gold dome. Although Mizner's money ran out before he was able to construct the building, William...  Read More



Although many people are familiar with the southern Everglades (the wildlife and nature preserve southwest of Miami), not many realize that there's also a northern aspect to the preserve. This refuge represents the much-diminished northern...  Read More