So it’s July, it’s hot and you are starting to plan for your summer vacation to Fort Lauderdale, Florida. You have all of your things packed and you are ready to go but you have no idea what to do when you actually get there! Here are a few attractions that you can visit while in Fort Lauderdale that can make your vacation memorable and maybe even strike your interest in moving down into the wonderful Florida weather.
Las Olas Blvd
This diverse shopping area offers a wide range of restaurants, there are three museums to visit and there are also 65 retail stores to stroll through as well! Visit the Fort Lauderdale Beach! You always want to make sure you catch some Florida rays while you are down there so be sure to make a visit tothe beach.
Jungle Queen Riverboat Cruise
You can buy tickets for the Jungle Queen Riverboat Cruise so that youcan travel across the river to see the mansions and yachts along millionaire’s row and you will also make a pit stop at the Jungle Queen Indian Village where you will have the opportunity to hold baby alligators! Going on the cruise is super affordable as well, the tickets for the cruise just start at $23 per ticket
NSU Art Museum
If you are looking to escape a hot muggy day in Fort Lauderdale you can always stop by a quaint museum called the NSU Art Museum. There are more than 6,000 pieces of artwork in the museum which includes the largest amount of post war and avant- garde from Copenhagen, Brussels and Amsterdam. The museum offers different hours for your convenience! The admission cost is very reasonable as well:
- $12 for adults
- $8 for seniors and military members
- $5 for students
- FREE for children under the age of 12
When looking for hotels in Fort Lauderdale, Usnews.com has the Ritz- Carlton ranked the number one hotel in the area. They also gave the hotel a perfect rating all across the board. All of the rooms have a breathtaking view of the ocean, which is something that everyone dreams to wake up to ever morning!