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ArtServe, Broward County's premier arts service organization. This respected non-profit has become a leading source of programs for artists & cultural groups that has enriched the cultural landscape of South Florida. As one of only six incubator organizations for emerging artists & cultural groups nationwide, ArtServe plays a unique role in helping artists turning ART into business.
1350 E. Sunrise Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33304
Museum of Discovery & Science and AutoNation IMAX Theater
Explore over 200 fascinating interactive exhibits and a Coral Reef. Encounter live alligators, turtles and sharks. Try out your piloting skills on 9 flight simulators or take a ride to Mars. Discover the IMAX 3D Experience on the BIGGEST Screen in South Florida. AutoNation IMAX 3D Theater features new luxury seats, a new 60' x 80' giant screen, a 32,000 watt digital sound system, six channels, and 56 speaker surround sound.
401 S.W. 2nd St.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33312
The world's largest Butterfly and Bird Park set in a tropical oasis. Acres of flying delights await you, from 20,000 exotic butterflies to the world's most amazing birds. Hand feed the small parrots in the Lorikeet Encounter! Botanical Gardens, Museum/Insectarium, Macaw Landing, Live Bug Zoo, Suspension Bridge, Two Outdoor Cafes, Gift Shop and Garden Center. The perfect adventure for everyone!
3600 W. Sample Rd.
Coconut Creek, Florida 33073
Seminole Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum
Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki means a place to learn. You are invited to the Big Cypress Reservation to learn about the exciting history and culture of the Seminole Indians. The museum exhibits and artifacts show how the Seminole ancestors lived in the Florida swamps and Everglades. Nature trails will take you throughout the beautiful 60-acre cypress dome to a living village. It will be an experience you won't forget.
Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation
Florida Everglades, Florida 33029
Fort Lauderdale History Center
The Fort Lauderdale Historical Society brings the history of Greater Fort Lauderdale to life and preserves it for the enrichment of present and future generations. Learn about life at the turn of the last century at the 1905 New River Inn, the 1907 King Cromartie House and the 1905 Philemon Bryan House. Take advantage of the Historical Society's research sites and utilities on an individual basis or book an educational tour.
219 S.W. 2nd Ave.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301
See a touch of history on 60 acres of lush gardens, showcasing rare, exotic and native plants. Tour the Wray Botanical Collection and take a narrated tram ride through hammocks, wetlands and rainforest areas. Explore the Free-Flight Aviary, see alligators, otters, panthers and flamingos in the Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary and visit the historic Wray Home Museum. Enjoy a cool drink at the Flamingo Cafe.
3750 S. Flamingo Rd.
Davie, Florida 33330
A guided tour of Fort Lauderdale's historic Stranahan House is like a journey through time... a link to a time when Seminole Indians made friends with a young Ohioan who settled in the frontier town now known as Fort Lauderdale. The Stranahan House has served as a trading post, town hall, post office and bank. Restored to its 1913 configuration, it's a 'must see.' Tours are every day of the week at 1, 2, and 3 p.m.
335 S.E. 6th Ave.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301