Often referred to as the “Venice of America”, Fort Lauderdale has long been one of the country's top vacation spots. Fort Lauderdale activities include museums, abundant and eclectic nightlife along with relaxing on the community's various beaches.…
Pick up a map of the city and the surrounding area at the centrally located Visitor's Bureau to find your way around.
Active tourists who enjoy getting out into nature will love Hugh Taylor Birch State Park. Available activities in the park include hiking on nature trails, picnicking, camping and canoeing. Other Fort Lauderdale excursions include stops at the planet's largest drive-in movie theater, which is located on the site of one of the city's other must see attractions in Fort Lauderdale, the Fort Lauderdale Swap Shop. The Fort Lauderdale Swap Shop is a large all-weather, year round local flea market that draws visitors from all parts of Florida as well as the surrounding states.
Because Fort Lauderdale has been actively discouraging students on spring break from visiting the community for the purpose of creating mayhem, the city has shed most of its reputation as a college party town and now caters to a more sophisticated set of tourist. Things to do in Fort Lauderdale include exploring the entertainment and arts district running from the downtown area to the beach along Las Olas Boulevard. Fort Lauderdale and its surrounding communities host over 4,000 restaurants, making it a top vacation destination for those who enjoy sampling the fare of a variety of restaurants. Those who enjoy nightlife will be able to choose from 120 exciting area nightclubs.
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