Whether you’re visiting for a few days, a couple of weeks or on an extended stay, there's always something to do in Fort Lauderdale. Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, you'll find Bonnet House Museum and Gardens. With its historic art museum and gallery and 5 ecosystems of tropical tranquillity, Bonnet House is the perfect day out for the entire family.
With a healthy selection of experiences, beaches and eateries, you won't be disappointed when you visit Fort Lauderdale. Take a trip to Floridas subtropical wilderness, the Everglades. Protected by one of the largest national parks in the United States, the Everglades are home to some of the rarest plants and animals in the country. You may even spot one of the many alligators going about their daily business.
Getting Around Fort Lauderdale
Exploring Fort Lauderdale has never been easier. Despite being a city of canals and waterways, there are plenty of ways to see its beauty by renting a car, hopping in a taxi or Uber or climbing aboard one of the many operating buses. The community shuttle bus, formally known as the famous Sun Trolley, is a great and fun way to get around, giving easy access to the world-class Las Olas Boulevard, the golden sand beaches and the many different restaurants throughout the city. Commuting by boat is one of the most popular ways to get around Fort Lauderdale and is the best way to maximise your stay. With water taxis available, it's never been easier to explore and embrace the culture and beauty of this spectacular location. Why not hire a bicycle? As well as the health benefits, cycling is one of the easiest ways to see the city at your own pace and leisure. Whatever way you choose to travel, you’re sure to see the best of what Fort Lauderdale has to offer.