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Las Olas Boulevard
Las Olas Boulevard connects Downtown Ft.Lauderdale with A1A and the Atlantic Ocean. Over 30 al fresco dining options - 10 major international art galleries - 2 world class museums - 1 charming historic hotel - 65 shops filled with fashion, accessories, gifts, and more.
You're in good sands
Beaches! The moment you take your socks off, you're free. Warm your toes in Greater Fort Lauderdale's 23 miles of sunkissed beaches - an easy walk from many hotels, restaurants and activities. Experience a sunny state of mind
Museum of Discovery and Science
Bring the entire family for a day of exploration. Take a ride on the Everglades Airboat Adventure, enjoy the playful antics of river otters, experience hurricane force winds in the Storm Center, dig for fossils alongside a giant megalodon shark, and see exciting science theater shows. The museum features South Florida's only IMAX 3D Theater.
Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale
The Museum of Art is a leader and vital cultural educator, stimulating dialogue about the meaning and significance of visual art. The Art Museum underscores its exhibition calendar with educational programming and art classes throughout the year. With the theme set by exhibitions, visitor interpretation may take many forms: lectures, gallery talks, storytelling, docent-led tours, hands-on visitor activities, studio art classes, adult art classes, art programs for kids and performance art.
International Swimmig Hall of Fame
Our mission is to promote the benefits and importance of swimming as a key to fitness, good health, quality of life, and the water safety of children. The Museum, Library and Archive contain the world's largest collection of aquatic memorabilia and the single largest source of aquatic books, manuscripts and literature.
Bonnet House
Chicago-born artist Frederic Clay Bartlett created Bonnet House in 1920 on South Florida oceanfront land. Today, the estate is a preeminent house museum dedicated not only to historic and environmental preservation, but also to learning and creative expression.
Swap Shop
The Second largest South Florida tourist attraction. Giant indoor and outdoor flea market with a free circus, amusement rides, video arcade, and drive-in movies.
Improv Comedy Club & Dinner Theater
Where comedy begins - Check our calender! Dinner and a laugh. Group & party options.
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