12  Things to  Do in Fort Lauderdale Beach

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.

Antique Car Museum

With the most extensive collection of Packard cars from 1900 on, the Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum is a must for car enthusiasts. There is also an entire exhibit dedicated to Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Hugh Taylor Birch State Park

Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal, you can spot gopher tortoises and watch for boats setting sail. Sidewalks and trails are perfect for hiking, biking, or even rollerblading in this vibrant oasis.

Los Olas Boulevard

5 out of 5

There is no other place to go for the ultimate shopping, dining, drinking, and entertainment in all of Fort Lauderdale Beach. You’ll find a diverse mix of cuisines, bars, cafes, shops, and salons when visiting this iconic shopping center.

Flamingo Gardens

The 60 acres Botanical Garden and Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1927 and are one of the oldest botanical gardens in South Florida.

Florida Everglades

It’s an absolute must! There are over 2,000 species of plants and animals, making it the perfect place for world-class fishing and bird watching. It is the only place in the world where you can see both alligators and crocodiles in the same place.

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