Tropic Cay Beach Resort
529 N. Ft. Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USAhttp://www.tropiccayhotel.com
Gallery At Beach Place
17 South Fort Lauderdale Beach # 175http://www.galleryatbeachplace.com(954) 760-9570The Gallery at Beach Place is the exclusive all-in-one entertainment destination on Fort Lauderdale beach offering a unique blend of shopping, dining, live musical performances and events. After taking a dip in the ocean, come and experience a shopping adventure that will feel more like a vacation. Where else can you browse a diverse selection of merchandise, savor a succulent steak and enjoy a cold drink under the beaming South Florida sun. Break away from your ordinary routine, round up the family and head east to the most exciting place on A1A-Beach Place!
Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau
100 East Broward Boulevard #200http://www.sunny.org(954) 765-4466Welcome to Greater Fort Lauderdale, where warmth and relaxation await you as you discover a casual world filled with megayachts, alfresco dining, outlet shopping, natural wonders, arts and more. Check out the latest LauderDEALS
300 SW 2nd Ave,Ste. 7 Fort Lauderdale FL 33312http://www.goriverwalk.com(954) 468-1541
Broward Center for the Performing Arts
201 Southwest 5th Avenuehttps://www.browardcenter.org/online(954) 522-5334The Broward Center for the Performing Arts invites you to discover something new to love about the arts. Try theater, from tragedy to farce. Dance, from ballet to modern. Music, from classical to opera to pop. With performances year-round, there’s something for everyone to enjoy! Our commitment to the Fort Lauderdale community doesn’t end when the curtain falls. No matter what your age, you can learn something new about the arts—and yourself—with our innovative educational programming. Anyone can plan an event at the Broward Center. Your guests will be delighted by our state-of-the-art facilities and top-shelf catering service. Two theaters. Over 3,000 seats. Year-round, world-renowned performances. Come see what you’ve been missing.
Design Center of the Americas
1855 Griffin Rd # B482http://www.dcota.com(954) 920-7997Welcome to Design Center of the Americas (DCOTA), the largest design and office center campus of its kind, showcasing 775,000 square feet of extraordinary design products that suit the needs for any home, yacht, or office project. DCOTA services the trade professional and design enthusast with cutting edge resources and world class amenities.
Port Everglades, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
Port Everglades, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316http://www.porteverglades.orgOriginally known as Lake Mabel, Port Everglades was officially established as a deep water harbor in 1927 and has since grown to become one of South Florida's strongest economic engines with annual operating revenues of more than $66 million and total waterborne commerce exceeding 23 million tons in liquid, bulk and containerized cargoes.
301 East Dania Beach Boulevardhttp://www.dania-jai-alai.com(954) 927-2841It’s the World’s Fastest Sport played at the “The Palace” of Jai-Alai, Dania Jai-Alai. A rock-hard ball that travels over 170 mph, lightning-fast athletes climbing the walls to make incredible catches... you’ve never seen anything like it.
Seminole Casino Immokolee
506 South 1st Streethttp://www.theseminolecasinos.com(239) 658-1313Open 24/7, the Seminole Casino Immokalee features Blackjack, high paying slots and live-action poker. 1st Street Deli serves your favorite dishes with a New York attitude to remember. Zig Zag Bar is the best seat in the house to enjoy a cocktail and live entertainment.
Bank Atlantic Center
1 Panther Pkwyhttp://www.bankatlanticcenter.com/index2.asp(954) 835-8000
Port of MIAMI Seamans Center Llc
1751 Africa Wayhttp://www.miamidade.gov/portofmiami(786) 237-0600Miami-Dade County encompasses more than 2,000 square miles (larger than the states of Rhode Island and Delaware). One-third of Miami-Dade County is located in Everglades National Park. Our community is located along the southeast tip of the Florida peninsula. It is bounded by Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Everglades National Park to the west, the Florida Keys to the south, and Broward County to the North.
South Beach Park
Bonnet House Museum & Gardens
900 North Birch Roadhttp://www.bonnethouse.org(954) 563-5393By the time early settler Hugh Taylor Birch purchased the Bonnet House site in 1895, the grounds had already witnessed 4,000 years of Florida history. A shell midden left by the Tequesta people indicates that human activity on the site dates back to 2,000 B.C. while further archaeological evidence suggests that the grounds saw one of the first sites of Spanish contact with the New World.
Museum of Art
1 East Las Olas Boulevardhttp://www.moafl.org(954) 525-5500The Museum of Art I Fort Lauderdale, founded in 1958, is housed in a building designed by noted American architect Edward Larrabee Barnes and completed in 1986. In 2003, the Museum inaugurated its Studio School, offering classes in painting, drawing, design, and other disciplines taught by professional artists. Through the generosity and support of AutoNation, our Studio School has been renamed the AutoNation Academy of Art + Design and is expanding its offerings to include classes in ceramics, sculpture, computer graphics and culinary arts.
335 Southeast 6th Avenuehttp://stranahanhouse.org(954) 524-4736Stranahan House, built in 1901 by Frank Stranahan, credited as Fort Lauderdale’s founding father, and his wife Ivy Cromartie Stranahan, the area’s first school teacher, is the oldest surviving structure in Broward County. The site has served as a trading post, post office, town hall, and home to the Stranahans. The house is a wood-frame vernacular structure with wide porches, Virginia English gardens, and a stunning view of the New River. The Stranahan House has stood at the center of Fort Lauderdale’s growth since it was built and has played a significant role in the economic and social life of this community.
Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum
1527 Southwest 1st Avenuehttp://www.antiquecarmuseum.org(954) 779-7300The Ft. Lauderdale Antique Car Museum, Inc. was established as a non-profit foundation for education (501.C.3), to ensure the preservation of the history of the Packard Motor Co., and to show the progress and development of skills in American engineering.
Museum of Discovery and Science
401 SW 2nd Streethttp://www.mods.org(954) 467-6637Bring 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.
Fort Lauderdale Historical Society
219 Southwest 2nd Avenuehttp://www.oldfortlauderdale.org(954) 463-4431The city of Fort Lauderdale is named for a fortification built during the Second Seminole War on the banks of the New River. In 1838 Major William Lauderdale led a detachment of Tennessee Volunteers south along the east coast of Florida to capture Seminole agricultural lands and battle the elusive Indian warriors. Altogether, three Forts Lauderdale would be constructed: the first at the fork of the New River; the second at Tarpon Bend; and the third and largest on the beach, at the site of today’s Bahia Mar.
2414 East Sunrise Boulevardhttp://www.galleriamall-fl.com(954) 564-1036The Galleria is Fort Lauderdale's most popular destination for fabulous restaurants, sophisticated stores and world-class service.
12801 W Sunrise Blvdhttp://www.simon.com/mall/default.aspx?ID=1262(954) 846-2300Shoppers and travel professionals: find everything you need to make the most of a shopping getaway!