Stuart is a diverse coastal town that offers many different opportunities to enjoy everything Florida has to offer. There is a thriving business community that can cater to residents and tourists alike. Many of Stuart's visitors can enjoy fishing charters, boating to fantastic sandbars, sailing excursions, cruises, scuba diving and snorkeling adventures, nature tours, fine arts and much more.
Downtown Stuart features the best of arts and culture on the Treasure Coast. The focal point of downtown is the Lyric Theater that has been named in the National Register of Historic Places. This small but grand old theater offers locals and visitors an opportunity to see Broadway plays and national acts. Please visit lyrictheater.com to see their upcoming events. There is something in their lineup for everyone. The rest of the downtown area is full of boutique shops, fantastic to rated restaurants, ice cream and fudge shops plus its home to the Stuart Green Market every Sunday. The Stuart Heritage Museum was developed in 1988 to rediscover and memorialize the history and architecture of the area. There are many artifacts, writings, newspapers, photographs, journals, maps, blueprints and more. Every Sunday you can stroll downtown to Rock n' River walk. This is where a featured band sets up on the Stuart River walk and plays for all to hear.
There are many fine communities in Stuart. Do you want a golf community then take a look at Stuart Yacht and Country club, Summerfield, Mariner Sands, Willoughby and Sailfish Point. There are many waterfront condos to choose from as well. Take a look at Sailfish Point, Sand Pebble, Harborage, Bayview, Maritime, Indian River Plantation and Beachwood just to name a few.