With 23 miles of beaches along south Florida’s coast, Fort Lauderdale offers its visitors and residents opportunities for golfing, sailing, fishing, swimming, snorkeling, and diving. In addition, numerous restaurants and shopping adventures can be located after you have visited its museums, street fairs, theater productions, parks, and musical and sports venues. At night, entertainment also awaits you.
One unique way to explore Fort Lauderdale is to take one of the Fort Lauderdale Florida Segway tours. At the lobby of the Hollywood Beach Resort/Ocean Walk Mall, you will find Ultimate Florida Tours. There you can take one of Fort Lauderdale Florida Segway tours. Before embarking on the one hour tour, Ultimate Florida Tours will provide you with a short demonstration and instructions on using a Segway. You will then have time to tour the beauty of Hugh Taylor Birch State Park.
If you are looking for other things to do in Fort Lauderdale Florida, include either a day or evening trip aboard the Jungle Queen Riverboat. Cruises depart from the Bahia Mar Yachting Center. The day cruise lasts approximately 3 hours, but the evening dinner cruise lasts approximately 4 hours.
If you have never been on an airboat or seen the Everglades, you must take a private airboat ride. Go to the Sawgrass Recreation Park and glimpse into the world of the Everglades. Observe alligators and other wildlife unique to Florida.
Another alternative is to see Ft. Lauderdale, the “Venice of America,” at your own pace. Purchase a water-taxi pass for as little as $20 for the day and explore the venues of the 12 stops on the route. You can shop, dine, or relax when you want.
If you prefer other things to do in Fort Lauderdale Florida, visit museums, such as the Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum, which houses more than 20 Packard Motor Cars; the Museum of Discovery and Science, which now hosts a New EcoDiscovery Center; the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, which holds a permanent collection of more than 6000 works of art; or visit the Old Fort Lauderdale Village & Museum, which includes self-guided tours of the 1905 New River Inn, a pioneer house museum, and the 1899 Replica School House.