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Passenger cruises, gaming, galleries, parks, nightlife, beaches, watersports and more await in Fort Lauderdale, a vibrant city brimming with energy and a casual contemporary flair


Butterfly World Info: Butterfly World features immense butterfly aviaries amidst lushly landscaped gardens complete with waterfalls and observatory decks. A gift shop, museum, cafe and insectarium are also on the premises

Everglades Holiday Park Info: Experience the natural wonders of Florida's Everglades in Fort Lauderdale with Everglades Holiday Park's airboat tours, camping facilities and boat rentals

Flamingo Gardens Info: Flamingo Gardens is a 60-acre paradise offering a range of eco-attractions including a wildlife sanctuary with flamingos and birds of prey, lush gardens and the historic Wray Home

Fort Lauderdale's Las Olas Riverfront Info: The Mediterranean-themed Las Olas Riverfront serves as one of Fort Lauderdale's premier entertainment destinations offering some of South Florida's best dining, nightlife and shopping

Riverwalk Fort Lauderdale Info: Riverwalk is the arts and entertainment hub of downtown Fort Lauderdale, following the meanders of the New River and extending from Las Olas Boulevard to the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.

Gulfstream Park Racetrack Info: A Magna Entertainment Corporation track, Gulfstream Park, home of the Florida Derby, offers thoroughbred horse racing and a line-up of free concerts featuring top names in popular entertainment

Historic Bonnet House Info: A premier South Florida historical home, Bonnet House, the legacy of artist Frederic Clay Bartlett, now serves as a museum, art gallery and local event venue

Historic Stranahan House Info: A Fort Lauderdale landmark, Stranahan House - former home of Fort Lauderdale founding father Frank Stranahan - offers a glimpse into South Florida's past, restored to its 1913 configuration

Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale Info: Running almost parallel to Fort Lauderdale's New River, Las Olas - a major local attraction - is a lively broad boulevard offering specialty shops, fine dining and upscale entertainment

Native Village Tours Info: Alligator wrestling and venomous snake shows are main attractions at Native Village Tour, where guided tours portray the Seminole way of life. The venue's small zoo includes panthers, bears and more

Seminole Tribe of Florida Info: The web presence of the Seminole Tribe of Florida, the site offers information on the tribe's history and related attractions, including A-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum and Billie Swamp Safari

IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum Info: The International Game Fish Association museum features angling exhibits and memorabilia with attractions for all ages, including a deep-sea angling virtual-reality attraction

The International Swimming Hall of Fame Info: An international showcase for aquatic sports, the museum features an extensive collection of swimming and aquatic memorabilia, exhibits and tributes to American icons who were swimmers

The Jungle Queen Riverboat Info: Tour Fort Lauderdale on the legendary Jungle Queen Riverboat. Tours on offer include gourmet dinner cruises, sightseeing from the waterways and bayside cruises

The Old Davie School Historical Museum Info: Built in 1918 and designed by August Geiger, the Old Davie School - now a National Historic Building - is the oldest school structure in Broward County. The

The Sample-McDougald House Preservation Society, Inc Info: Dating from the turn of the last century, the Sample-McDougald House, a seventeen room Georgian Colonial structure built of cypress by Albert Neal Sample, is a South Florida architectural treasure

The Sawgrass Mills Mall Info: Sawgrass Mills is an entertainment paradise for the whole family, with big name retail outlets, specialty stores, cinemas, restaurants and Gameworks for the kids

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