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Known for its resplendent beaches, exceptional art scene plus a complementing cultural scene backed by various events, Fort Lauderdale is a force to be reckoned with. It will just knock you flat with its charm. In addition to splendid shopping opportunities available at Las Olas Boulevard, to gondola rides through the canals, to the historic riverfront, Fort Lauderdale also offers a beachfront promenade. Do take part in a narrated 90-minute amphibious tour of Fort Lauderdale and have a closer look at its quaint Las Olas Boulevard, historical districts, and the mansions and yachts scattered around the Millionaires Row.
Hugh Taylor Birch State Park:Just a small walk away from the shops and condominiums, which line the beach, this park was given as a gift to the people of Florida by Hugh Taylor Birch. This former estate of Taylor preserves four distinct natural communities and sits between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. Boating, hiking, bicycling or enjoying a picnic on the beach or at the picnic areas, this place offers a lot in addition to its sylvan surroundings.
Bonnet House:The Bonnet House is a historic house located in Florida’s Fort Lauderdale, at 900 Birch Road. It was given a place in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1984 and was named after the Bonnet Lily. The property originally belonged to Hugh Taylor Birch who acquired the place in 1895, and later gave the house as a wedding gift to his daughter Helen and her husband, Frederic Clay Bartlett in 1919. The house was built by Bartlett in a plantation-style where the couple used to spend their winters until Helen died in 1925. The house was submitted to Florida Trust for Historic Preservation in 1983 by Bartlett’s second wife.
Stranahan House:The former home of Fort Lauderdale pioneers Frank and Ivy Stranahan, Stranahan House was built in 1901 as a trading post. However, it was later converted into a residence for the Stranahan family in 1906- which makes the house the oldest surviving structure in Broward County. In 1974, the house was given a place in the National Register of Historic Places and at present, is operating as a historic house museum, which also offers guided tours.
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