West Palm Beach Birthday Party Ideas
West Palm Beach is the ideal spot in South Florida to host a birthday celebration. There are tons of activities in our neck of the woods that incorporate everything this city is known for, including outdoor fun in the sun. These five West Palm Beach birthday party ideas will keep everyone in your crew happy, especially the birthday guest of honor.
West Palm Beach Birthday Party Celebration Ideas
1. Food Tours
We happen to think that celebrating a birthday with a food tour is way better than choosing just one restaurant for a birthday. Let West Palm Beach Food Tours do all the planning, and you’ll have all the fun experiencing 5+ restaurants in 1 day. Of course, we’ll surprise the birthday guest with a cupcake!
Choose between four popular public tours or book a private tour if you have a group of 10 – 32 guests.
A sunset cruise is a great way to celebrate a birthday on its own — or paired with one or more activities on this list. This 90-minute cruise departs from downtown West Palm Beach at 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday.
You’ll get great views of some of the fanciest mansions and yachts in the area, all while sipping cocktails, beer, wine and soda aboard your vessel.
Sometimes you simply want to be a passenger when it comes to birthday fun. Other times you want to get in on the action, too. Palm Beach Party Bike lets you power your own cycle party through the streets of West Palm Beach to the best bars in town. Private tours can be customized.
If you’re looking for a more intimate activity, book a dinner and a show. This is perfect for a romantic birthday dinner or for a fun but quiet night out with a few couples.
The Kravis Center for Performing Arts has something for everyone on their calendar. From local performers to nationally known names, you can buy tickets for a show that’ll keep everyone in your party entertained. The theater books comedians, musicians and traveling Broadway shows.
What better way to get your friends together than with afternoon tea?
We love Serenity Garden because of its ornate, shabby chic décor. High tea consists of a cup of soup and an assortment of sandwiches, scones and a pot of tea. The royal tea includes everything from the high tea menu and a glass of Champagne and pink lemonade.