Admiral Cruise Line Fort Lauderdale
(954) 536-7594 Glass bottom boat adventure.
2 1/2 hour narrated tours. See schools
of fish and colorful coral reefs. Air
conditioned. Beverages available, interior
and exterior decks. Everyday, rain or
shine. 10am, 2pm, 7pm departures. Adults
$25, children $15. Reservations required.
World 3570 South Ocean Drive, Hollywood
(954) 457-9575 Email: email@example.com
Action-packed recreational center designed
for thrills that the whole family can
enjoy. Jet skis and air cat, kayak,
canoeing and boat excursions. Florida
outback fishing expeditions. Reservations
advised. Open 365 days a year, 10am-6pm.
Museum Big Cypress Reservation, Fort
Lauderdale (863) 902-1113 The Seminole
Tribe of Florida presents their history
and culture through exhibits, rare artifacts,
dramatic film, nature trails and a "living"
village. Gift shop. Tues-Sun 9am-5pm.
Adults $6, seniors/students/children
$4, under 6 free.
Aqua Sports, Inc. at the Seminole Hard
Rock Hotel and Casino 6300 Stirling
Road, Hollywood 33024 (954) 797-2418
Art & Culture Center of Hollywood 1650
Harrison St., Hollywood 33019 (954)
921-3275 Fax: (954) 921-3273 Spanish
mansion built in 1924 in beautiful downtown
Hollywood's art district. Ever-changing
exhibits make an electric backdrop to
a banquet or reception.
Ballistic Speedboat Adventure 801 Seabreeze
Blvd., Fort Lauderdale (954) 579-8181
High speed thrill rides and adventure
aboard a 1000HP high-performance racing
machine. Open 7 days a week, 10am-5pm,
1300 Peaceful Ridge Road, Davie (954)
424-1060 Broward County's oldest and
largest public riding stable offers
ponies and horses for all ages and levels
of riding experience. Scenic trail rides,
pony rides, lessons and day camp are
offered on and off the farm in Davie.
Open daily 9am-5pm.
BeachPlace 17 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach
Blvd., Fort Lauderdale (954) 764-3460
Blend of outdoor shopping, dining and
nightlife including Cafe Iguana, Fat
Tuesday, Hooters, Howl at the Moon,
LuLu's Bait Shack, Sally O'Brien's and
Sloppy Joes. All along the beachfront,
two blocks north of Las Olas Blvd.
Billie Swamp Safari Big Cypress Reservation,
Fort Lauderdale (800) 949-6101, (941)
983-6101 Learn about the land, history
and culture of the Seminole Indians.
Skim over glittering waterscapes in
an airboat, experience a swamp buggy
eco-tour, paddle a canoe, walk the Swamp
Trail and come face-to-face with the
resident alligators. Airboat rides $14,
swamp buggy tours $22 adults, $20 seniors,
$12 child. Open daily 8:30am-6:30pm.
House Museum & Gardens 900 N. Birch
Rd, Fort Lauderdale (954) 563-5393 35-acre
subtropical, historical museum. Open
year-round. Dec.-Apr: Wed.-Sat. 10am
- 4pm, Sun. noon - 4pm. May-Nov.: Wed.-Fri.
10am-3pm, Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm.
Call for tour times. Closed Mon. and
Tues. Adults $10, seniors $9, students
and group tours $8, children under 7
1801 NW 1st St, Dania (954) 921-2416
Go-karts, bumper cars, arcades, mini-golf,
batting cages. Naskart racing and Sky
Coaster. Sun.-Thurs. 10am-11pm, Fri.-Sat.
Broward Center for the Performing Arts
201 SW 5th Ave., Fort Lauderdale 33302
(954) 462-0222 Fax: (954) 468-3541 State-of-the-art
complex situated on the banks of the
New River allows your guests to arrive
by boat for a truly dramatic evening!
Home to the finest Broadway productions,
musicals, opera, dance and children's
Buehler Planetarium and Observatory
Broward Community College, Central Campus,
3501 SW Davie Rd., Davie (954) 201-6681
State-of-the-art facility. Planetarium
shows and telescope viewing. Call for
World 3600 W Sample Rd, Coconut Creek
(954) 977-4400 Stroll through seven
acres of lush tropical gardens while
thousands of live, brilliantly colored
butterflies soar around. Waterfalls,
fish, hummingbirds, an insectarium,
orchids and roses complete natural habitat.
Mon.-Sat. 9am-5pm, Sun. 1-5pm.
Carrie B. Harbor Tours Just off Las
Olas Blvd on SE 5th Ave, Fort Lauderdale
(954) 768-9920 1 1/2 hour cruises of
the Intracoastal Waterway, Port Everglades,
yachts of the rich and famous. Daily
11am, 1pm, 3pm. Adults $13.95, under
Club Nautico Boat Rentals Fort Lauderdale
(954) 779-3866 Safety-equipped powerboats
from 18-39 feet. Dive, snorkel, cruise
the Intracoastal or fish for the big
one off shore. Ocean access is allowed.
Deerfield Beach location- Cove Marina
Discovery Cruise Line Port Everglades,
Fort Lauderdale (800) 937-4477, (305)
597-0336 Sails daily to Grand Bahama
Island. One-day cruise and Cruise N'
Stay Vacation Packages available, including
three buffet meals onboard, pools, shows,
disco, casino and more.
Swim Fort Lauderdale (954) 525-4441
Keys Adventure Tours lets you choose
from two unforgettable swim with the
Dolphin Experiences. Come on in, the
water's fine and we don't bite! Dolphins
are the most gentle and intelligent
mammals next to humans and even more
so once you meet them! Swim with the
Dolphins in an adventurous experience
when you visit them in the Florida Keys.
Downtown A&E Trolley Line Fort Lauderdale
Travel quickly, easily and conveniently
to restaurants, shopping and the arts
in Fort Lauderdale's celebrated Riverwalk
Arts & Entertainment District aboard
the new, complimentary trolley service
provided by the Downtown Development
Authority. Ride for free throughout
the Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment District,
from the Arts & Entertainment Garage
(opposite the Broward Center for the
Performing Arts) through Old Fort Lauderdale
Village, Las Olas Boulevard, The Museum
of Art, Stranahan House and points in
between. Fri 5pm-11pm, Sat 12noon-11pm.
Downtown Bicycles 2226 SE 17th St, Fort
Lauderdale (866) 813-7368, (954) 767-8043
Bicycle and scooter retail and rentals.
Premium equipment and excellent service.
Featuring the largest selection of beach
cruisers anywhere. Giant, Jamis, Electra,
Phat Cycles and more.
Everglades Day Safari Fort Lauderdale
(800) 472-3069, (239) 472-1559 Your
Everglades Day Safari will be an exciting
adventure through the different kingdoms
that make up the Everglades. You will
be accompanied by a highly trained guide
who will discuss the past, present and
future of this truly unique area. Includes
a jungle cruise, nature walk, lunch,
drive and airboat ride. Our safaris
depart Fort Lauderdale each morning
at 7:45am and return about 5:30pm. Adults
$120, Children under 12 $99.
Everglades Holiday Park 21940 Griffin
Rd, Fort Lauderdale (800) 226-2244,
(954) 434-8111 Fax: (954) 434-4252 Everglades
park and picnic tables available for
daytime outdoor catered affairs for
10-150 with tiki huts. Airboat tours.
Flamingo Gardens & Wray Botanical Collection
3750 South Flamingo Rd., Fort Lauderdale
(954) 473-2955 Connect with nature at
60-acre botanical gardens and wildlife
sanctuary. Exotic and native plants,
a 200-year old hammock, citrus groves
and Florida's "Champion" trees. Bird
of Prey Center and free-flight walk-through
aviary plus alligators, flamingos and
bobcats. Open 9:30am-5pm daily. Closed
Mondays, June 1-Sept. 30. Adults $12,
children 4-11 $6, under 3 free. Discounts
for seniors (65+), armed service, AAA
members and students.
Flight Fantastic Aerobatics - Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport, Fort
Lauderdale (954) 295-3136 Aerobatic
rides and scenic tours offered in a
Pitts S2B biplane. Experience an airshow
from inside the airplane (hands-on if
you like) or enjoy a scenic flight along
the South Florida coastline.
Florida Grand Opera (954) 728-9700
Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum 1527
SW 1st Ave (Packard Ave), Fort Lauderdale
(954) 779-7300 Private collection of
Packards dating from 1909-40 in a recreated
showroom and memorabilia including dashboard
clocks, hood ornaments and more
Fort Lauderdale Children's Theatre 640
N. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale (954)
Lauderdale Ghost Tour SE 6th Ave. &
E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale (954)
290-9328 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
From stylish Las Olas Boulevard, stroll
along the historical New River and see
Fort Lauderdale's most haunted places.
The walking tour is from 60-90 minutes.
Bring comfortable shoes. Group rates
and private tours available. Tours meet
at the corner of SE 6th Ave. and Las
Olas Blvd. Reservations a must. $15
for adults, $10 for children under 10,
free for children under 5. Cash payment
Full Moon Kayak Co. Fort Lauderdale
(954) 328-5231 The waters around Fort
Lauderdale are a kayaker's paradise!
Both urban and natural settings offer
diverse trip options for vacationing
paddlers: mild beach surf, still lakes,
tidal mangrove-lined creeks and the
bustle of the Intracoastal waterway.
View historic sites, unique wildlife,
distinctive architecture, cruise ships
and super yachts. 7 days a week.
Fun Rentals 239 Almond Ave, Fort Lauderdale
(954) 768-9020 Scooters, new 2-person
scootcars, bicycles, skates, snorkeling,
surfing. Prices vary for hourly, daily
or weekly rentals. Deerfield Location:
1985 A1A, Deerfield Beach (954) 427-4647.
Glassbottom Boat Tours Bahia Mar Yacht
Basin on A1A, Fort Lauderdale (954)
467-6030 Explore Fort Lauderdale's beautiful
coral reefs aboard a 60ft glassbottom
boat. See the splendor of the underwater
world, while our divers hand feed the
colorful fish! Snorkeling is also available
with full equipment is provided. Two
Hour Glassbottom Snorkel Trips Departures:
9:30am Tues-Sat, 2pm Sun. Tickets may
be purchased at ticket booth or from
Helicoptershuttle.com 2011 S. Perimeter
Rd., Fort Lauderdale 33309 (877) 488-6359
Fax: (954) 776-4292 Email: email@example.com
Departing from Fort Lauderdale Executive
Airport, this unforgettable and diverse
tour flies over 5 miles of tropical
beach, views shipping vessels and cruise
ships at Port Everglades, experiences
an aerial view of Riverwalk, the Performing
Arts Center, all downtown skyscrapers,
and the exclusive Las Olas shopping
district. You'll helicopter over the
famous Intercoastal Waterway, see "old
Florida", the wilderness of Everglades
National Park home of airboats, alligators
and egrets. Prices range from $180-450.
Seminole Gaming 4150 N SR 7, Hollywood
(888) 222-7466, (954) 961-3220 Prize
money up to $200,000. Open 7 days from
11am. $20, $30, $40 packages. Poker
casino open 24 hours.
International Swimming Hall of Fame
Museum & Aquatic Complex 1 Hall of Fame
Dr, Fort Lauderdale (954) 462-6536 This
swimming and diving facility is open
daily for lap swimming and water aerobics
and hosts national and international
aquatic competitions. A museum houses
over 10,000 square feet of Olympic memorabilia
from over 100 nations, honoring the
world's greatest aquatic stars. Aquatic
masterpieces by artisans Leroy Nieman
and Daumier. Collection of sports literature
dating back to the 1800s. Families $5,
adults $3, students, seniors and military
$1. Children under 12 are free.
QUEEN RIVERBOAT 801 Fort Lauderdale
Beach Blvd. (A1A), Fort Lauderdale 33316
(954) 426-5596 Fax: (954) 537-3562 Enjoy
narrated tour of Ft. Lauderdale's Intracoastal
Waterway - the "Venice of America" -
as you cruise to a private island for
a barbecue dinner and an old fashion
vaudeville show. $$
The Las Olas Art Center 600 SE 2nd Ct.,
Fort Lauderdale (954) 763-8982 Interactive
facility to shop, relax, create & learn
about art. A place to come and express
creativity and enhance the art gallery
Mai-Kai Polynesian Restaurant and Dinner
Show 3599 N Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale
(954) 563-3272 Authentically recreates
a Polynesian village, complete with
tiki torches, thatch roof and wooden
plank entrance to unique dining and
entertainment locale. Show: Adults $9.95,
under 12 free.
Museum of Art One East Las Olas Blvd.,
Fort Lauderdale (954) 525-5500 Fax:
(954) 524-6011 Home to the King Tut
exhibition, Dec 2005-Apr 2006. Outdoor
terrace for catered events. Features
impressive permanent CoBrA art collection.
of Discovery & Science and Blockbuster
3D Imax Theater 401 SW 2nd St, Fort
Lauderdale (954) 467-6637 Fax: (954)
467-0046 There is always something new
happening at the Museum of Discovery
and Science. Spend a day of discovery
exploring hundreds of interactive exhibits.
You can hang out with bats, alligators,
turtles, sharks and explore Florida's
amazing Everglades. Be charmed by a
12-foot snake, pet a big green iguana
or fly like an astronaut on the Mars
Rover. And immerse yourself in a five-story
giant screen adventure at the Blockbuster®
IMAX® Theater. Open 365 days a year
Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm Sunday noon-6pm
Extended IMAX® hours Friday and Saturday
Office Depot Center 2555 Panther Parkway,
Sunrise 33323 (954) 835-8000 Fax: (954)
835-8012 Home to Florida Panthers Hockey,
concerts, ice shows, wrestling and circuses.
Fort Lauderdale Village & Museum 231
SW 2nd Ave., on Riverwalk, Fort Lauderdale
(954) 463-4431 Located in the city's
first hotel on the banks of the New
River, the museum's permanent collection
and changing exhibits depict the 1870
to 1930 development of Fort Lauderdale.
Museum of History: Tues-Sun 12-5pm.
King-Cromartie House tours, inquire
by phone or in person. Guided tours:
adults $8, children (6-16) $3, under
Cruises Las Olas Riverfront, Downtown,
Fort Lauderdale (954) 463-3440 Cruise
the calm waters of Fort Lauderdale's
magnificent inland canals in safe and
comfortable luxury yachts. Daily every
2 hours from 10:30am-8:30pm. Adults
$14, under 10 $8, under 4 free.
Arts & Entertainment District SW 7th
Avenue to SW 2nd Avenue, Fort Lauderdale
(954) 468-2540 World-class shopping,
dining, theater, music, dance and visual
arts can be found as you stroll through
lush landscaping along Riverwalk Park.
Be entertained by: The Broward Center
for the Performing Arts, Museum of Art/Fort
Lauderale, Florida Grand Opera, Concert
Association Florida, Strananhan House,
Old Fort Lauderdale Village & Museum,
Museum of Dsicovery & Science, Cinema
Pardiso, Miami City Ballet, Las Olas
Boulevard, Himmarshee Village and Las
SeaEscape Cruises Port Everglades, Terminal
1, Fort Lauderdale (877) 732-3722, (954)
453-3333 Day cruises: brunch buffet,
pool, live entertainment, casino, spa
and movies. Evening cruises: buffet
dining, casino action, disco, entertainment
St. Tropez Casino Cruises Port Everglades,
Pier 22, Fort Lauderdale (800) 575-5520
South Florida's newest casino cruise
ship featuring the area's largest high-stakes
poker room, 38 table games and more
than 534 slot and video poker machines.
Delicious buffets plus live entertainment.
Day and evening cruises. Free admission.
Groups welcome, please call (866) 684-8671.
House 335 SE 6th Street (corner of Las
Olas Blvd.), Fort Lauderdale (954) 524-4736
Fax: (954) 525-2838 Preserved turn-of-the-century
house furnished with antiques of the
era. Oldest structure in Broward County.
Open Wed.-Sat. 10am-3pm, Sun. 1-3pm.
Adults $5, under 12 $2.
Sun Spots of Fort Lauderdale Fort Lauderdale
(954) 524-3855 Fort Lauderdale's only
interactive 3-hour city tour aboard
a luxury motorcoach to hit the hottest
Sun Spots in "Venice of America." 10am-1pm.
SunCruz Casinos Martha's Restaurant
on the Intracoastal, Hollywood 800474DICE,
(954) 929-3800 Enjoy day and evening
casino cruises departing from Martha's
Restaurant on the Intracoastal Waterway.
Featuring a la carte kitchen or buffet
dining on request.
Swap Shop 3501 W Sunrise Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale (954) 791-7927 Largest indoor-outdoor
flea market in South Florida. Air-conditioned
entertainment and food court area. All
merchandise guaranteed. One-hour circus
shows daily (except Tues.), with some
free seating. 13-screen drive-in theater.
Water Bus 651 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort
Lauderdale 33316 (954) 467-6677
at Art Children's Museum 11584 State
Road 84, Davie (954) 424-0085 Exhibitions
of art especially for children. Open
Mon.-Sat. 10am.-5pm., Sun. 12-5pm. Open
all school holidays.