The mission of NSU Art Museum is to provide exceptional opportunities to access, learn from and be inspired by the highest level of visual artistic expression throughout time and from around the world
www.moafl.org 2$ Off Any Ticket Located at the beginning of Las Olas Boulevard just a 3 minute walk from Water Taxi Stop 1, the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale is a popular cultural attraction in the city. The museum features permanent collections and a steady schedule of temporary exhibits featuring a wide range of artistic styles for all art enthusiasts. Because the exhibits are constantly changed and updated, visitors come back again and again. Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale
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Historic Stranahan House Museum
The original home of Frank and Ivy Stranahan, the founders of Fort Lauderdale and a popular tourist attraction along the New River.
www.stranahanhouse.org $2 Off Admission for Guided House Tours The Stranahan House is named after its original owners Frank and Ivy Stranahan and is located just a short walk (West) from Water Taxi Stop 3. Take a historical tour of the house or join the Sunday night Ghost tour which begins with a house tour and is capped off by a cruise on the New River with narration by “Sea Dog John,” Stranahan House historian. The cruise is provided by the Water Taxi and departs directly from the Stranahan House dock.
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Bonnet House Museums & Gardens
Fort Lauderdale's greatest hidden tourist attraction, featuring one of the finest orchid collections in the continental U.S.
www.bonnethouse.org $2 Off General Admission The Bonnet House is a 35-acre site listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The plantation style home and exotic gardens are open to the public with an admission fee. The site also functions as a venue for art exhibitions, live music and theatrical performances. The Bonnet House is about a 10 -12 minute walk from Water Taxi Stop 9 or from the whistle stop at Hugh Taylor Birch State Park. Bonnet House on TripAdvisor
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International Swimming Hall of Fame
www.ishof.org In a state popularly known for beaches, the International Swimming Hall of Fame is a non profit that promotes the benefits of swimming as a key to fitness and good health. Their Hall of Fame features the history of the lives of some of the most recognized swimmers, divers and water polo players, serving as an inspiration for aspiring and potential swimmers. Located between IntraCoastal Waterway and A1A, is is also close to Water Taxi Stop 7. International Swimming Hall of Fame on TripAdvisor