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Fort Lauderdale Beach: The Top 12 Things to Do and Places to Stay

There is no better place than Fort Lauderdale Beach for a southeast vacation with a beautiful coastline and plenty to do. Neighboring the city of Miami, you’ll find exquisite culture and charming beaches in Fort Lauderdale Beach, but without the chaos of Miami.

Not to mention, the coastal city is also within a short distance of the exotic Everglades. With 24 miles of pristine beaches and coastal communities, here are things to do on vacation in Fort Lauderdale Beach, the best restaurants, and where to stay.

One of the most treasured landmarks on the National Register of Historic Places, the Bonnet House Museum & Gardens transports visitors to the beginning of the 20th century.

VinVisit the Bonnet House Museum and Gardenseyard Getaway

The BlueFoot Pirate Adventures is a sure-fire way of keeping the kids entertained on a night out. This one-hour themed pirate cruise is interactive, with visitors from pirates! Washable “tattoos” and face painting are available before take-off,

Go On an Interactive Private Cruise

With the most extensive collection of Packard cars from 1900 on, the Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum is a must for car enthusiasts.

See Retro Cars at the Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum

Founded in 1958, the NSU Art Museum showcases exhibitions that encompass all variations of our visual history. Located in the heart of Fort Lauderdale, right near Fort Lauderdale beach, the building itself is distinct and designed by the world-renowned architect Edward Larrabee Barnes.

Explore the NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale

Explore all of Fort Lauderdale Beach with convenience and style with the Sun Trolley. This mode of transportation is entirely free for all passengers and transports riders all around the area.

Get Around Fort Lauderdale Beach on the Sun Trolleya

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