24 miles of white-sand beaches means you have plenty of room to spread out, lounge, people watch, swim, and get fresh air! Here are some Broward County beaches you need to bury your toes into for a relaxing spring break or summer vacation experience:
Exploring Bahia Mar Marina is a must for anyone searching for beautiful scenery, luxurious activities, and posh shopping.
While exploring the marina, you might hop aboard the Jungle Queen Cruise for a daytime sightseeing cruise along the coast. You’ll be able to see some of Fort Lauderdale’s top attractions from the water, as well as some of the most extravagant, world-class mega yachts and homes in the United States!
Known as Fort Lauderdale’s “style mile,” shopaholics will be in paradise exploring Las Olas. Popular boutiques, restaurants, cafes, and bars decorate the ritzy boulevard.
And, when you get tired of walking, have a seat on a water taxi or gondola and travel by water on the Intracoastal Waterway.
For a peaceful day of discovering art pieces and getting your daily steps in, visit the NSU Art Museum. This downtown Fort Lauderdale attraction features fine Modernist art pieces, rotating exhibits, and a café with food, beer, wine, and cappuccinos for an afternoon pick-me-up!
Explore a top family-friendly attraction in Fort Lauderdale when you visit The Museum of Discovery and Science. The kids will have so much fun checking out the two floors of interactive exhibits, IMAX theater, and “Explore Store.”
The Stranahan House on New River is the oldest surviving structure in Broward County and a must for the history buff in your group. Immerse your mind in history lessons about pioneers Frank and Ivy Stranahan as you tour the historic Fort Lauderdale house.
Art lovers, history buffs, plant people, and Instagram influencers can all agree that the Bonnet House Museum and Gardens is a must during your first time in Fort Lauderdale. The grounds serve as a last native barrier habitat with five distinct ecosystems on the property! Explore the pretty gardens, take pictures, and tour the historic Bonnet House itself for a glimpse at architectural history.