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Fort Lauderdale is a visitor's paradise offering attractions to suit every age and taste, ranging from historical buildings to eco-tourism and sightseeing tours on the city's New River and Intracoastal waterways
Butterfly World, Tradewinds Park Description: Butterfly World is a landmark attraction featuring vast aviaries where butterflies from around the globe flutter 'free' in a tropical setting. Also on the premises are a museum, cafe and gift shop
Las Olas Boulevard Description: With over 100 specialty shops offering art, fashion, entertainment, services and dining, Las Olas Blvd is a vibrant, charming avenue and popular night-spot in the heart of Fort Lauderdale
Riverwalk Fort Lauderdale Description: 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.
Flamingo Gardens Wildlife Sanctuary and Botanical Gardens Description: 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
Jungle Queen Riverboat Description: A Fort Lauderdale tradition, the Jungle Queen Riverboat offers sightseeing and dinner cruises on the New River in paddlewheel riverboats.
Las Olas Riverfront Description: Las Olas Riverfront, a premier Fort Lauderdale entertainment destination, offers a host of diverse restaurants, sophisticated nightlife, upscale shopping and festivals in a Mediterranean-style setting
The Seminole Tribe of Florida Description: 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
Bonnet House Museum and Gardens Description: 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
Everglades Holiday Park, Fort Lauderdale Description: Experience the natural wonders of Florida's Everglades in Fort Lauderdale with Everglades Holiday Park's airboat tours, camping facilities and boat rentals
IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum Description: The International Game Fish Association's Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum is a vast complex featuring memorabilia and exhibits, including a virtual-reality deep-sea fishing attraction
ISHOF: International Swimming Hall of Fame Description: The Swimming Hall of Fame offers exhibits and tributes to American icons who were swimmers, including former Presidents Ronald Reagan, credited with saving 77 lives as a lifeguard, and John F. Kennedy
Sawgrass Mills Mall Description: Sawgrass Mills is an entertainment emporium featuring big names such as Regal Cinemas, Gameworks and The Billiard Club, along with upscale retail outlets and themed restaurants
Stranahan House Description: Downtown Fort Lauderdale's historic Stranahan House, a fine example of Florida vernacular architecture, is the beautifully restored former home of Fort Lauderdale founding father, Frank Stranahan
Gulfstream Park Description: 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
Native Village Tours Description: Guided tours teach visitors about the Seminole way of life. The venue features a zoo with Florida panthers, alligators, bears, bobcats and more. Main events include alligator wrestling and snake shows
Old Davie School Historical Museum, Greater Fort Lauderdale Description: A National Historic Place and the oldest school building in Greater Fort Lauderdale, the Old Davie School, was the first permanent school constructed in the Everglades, circa 1918
The Sample-McDougald House Preservation Society, Inc Description: 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
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