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 Cultural Activities Links:

  • Pompano Beach is South Florida’s new hot spot for Cultural Arts activities. Check out all city-wide cultural events here:  http://pompanobeacharts.org/
  • Pompano Beach event calendar: http://www.visitpompano.com/events.html
  • Pompano Beach Amphitheatre is the home to many outdoor concerts and music festivals. Pompano Beach. http://pompanobeachfl.gov/index.php/pages/parks_rec/parks_rec
  • The Broward Center for the Performing Arts is South Florida’s premiere venue for arts, entertainment and events and is located right in the middle of the Riverwalk Arts and Entertainment District. Fort Lauderdale. http://www.browardcenter.org/
  • Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art is South Florida’s most popular art museums, hosting over 6,000 pieces of work as well as traveling exhibits. Fort Lauderdale. http://nsuartmuseum.org/
  • Fort Lauderdale Museum of Discovery and Science has over 200 interactive exhibits as well as a 300-seat IMAX 3D theatre. Fort Lauderdale. http://www.mods.org/home.htm
  • Best up-to-the-date listings of festivals and local events in South Florida: http://www.southflorida.com/events/
  • The Gallery at the Beach Place on Fort Lauderdale offers shopping, dining, live entertainment, nightclubs and bars. Fort Lauderdale. http://www.galleryatbeachplace.com/
  • Downtown Fort Lauderdale is home to a variety of bars, nightclubs, entertainment and restaurants all within walking distance of one another Fort Lauderdale. https://www.goriverwalk.com/
  • The Jungle Queen Riverboat takes guests on a 3-hour sightseeing tour while learning about Fort Lauderdale history, viewing amazing homes and exotic animals. Fort Lauderdale. http://www.junglequeen.com/
  • The Bonnet House Museum and Gardens is one of South Florida’s most historic home and gardens. Fort Lauderdale. https://www.bonnethouse.org/
  • The Stranahan House allows guests to travel through time in the historic home. Fort Lauderdale. https://stranahanhouse.org/
  • Mai Kai Restaurant and Polynesian Show allows guests to visit a recreated Polynesian Village and enjoy an authentic Polynesian show. Fort Lauderdale. http://www.maikai.com/
  • Morikami Museum and Gardens teaches visitors about Japanese art and culture through hundreds of collections and exhibits. Delray Beach. http://www.morikami.org/

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Ecotourism Links:

  • Butterfly World is the world’s largest butterfly park with over 10,000 butterflies. Enjoy a stroll through the park to go bird watching or a walk in the bug museum. Coconut Creek https://www.butterflyworld.com/
  • Everglades National Park allows visitors to hike, kayak or camp in the nation’s largest subtropical wilderness. Homestead https://www.nps.gov/ever/index.htm
  • Billie Swamp Safari allows guests to enjoy swamp-buggy and airboat tours of Florida’s wetlands, dine on Seminole specialties and catch an alligator wrestling show.  https://www.billieswamp.com/
  • Big Cypress National Preserve gives visitors the chance to hike, use off-road vehicles, hunt or camp in this freshwater swampland. Ochopee https://www.nps.gov/bicy/index.htm
  • Miccosukee Indian Village allows guests to gain insight into the life of the Miccosukee tribe and enjoy an airboat ride through the swamp. Miami https://www.miccosukee.com/indian-village/
  • Lion Country Safari allows visitors to camp or drive through a preserve to observe a variety of endangered or threatened species. Loxahatchee https://www.lioncountrysafari.com/

Just For Kids Links:

  • The Funky Fish Ocean Camp Treat the kids (ages 4-14) to a day of fun and learning oceanside, daily from 10 a.m.to 3 p.m. While they are entertained, educated and making new friends, parents can enjoy a vacation while on vacation. This award-winning program has been dedicated to creating relationships between children and the ocean for 23 years.  There is one instructor for every seven children, professionally trained and CPR certified. $69 includes lunch.  24-hour advance reservations required.  954-712-9900 ext 5031.  1200 N. Ocean Blvd, Pompano Beach, Florida
  • Quiet Waters Park allows guests to enjoy an interactive children’s water playground “Splash Adventure.” Also water skiing, a skate park, camping, biking. Deerfield Beach https://www.sunny.org/listings/quiet-waters-park/4349/
  • Fort Lauderdale Museum of Discovery and Science has over 200 interactive exhibits as well as a 300-seat IMAX 3D theatre. Fort Lauderdale https://mods.org/
  • Extreme Indoor Karting is South Florida’s only indoor go-kart track and also has a 120 game arcade. Fort Lauderdale https://xtremeactionpark.com/
  • Boomers Amusement Park is home to mini golf, arcade games, carnival rides, batting cages, bumper boats and laser tag. Boca Raton http://www.boomersparks.com/boca/
  • Miami Metro Zoo allows the kids to feed a giraffe, ride a camel and view 80 exhibits with more than 1,000 animals. Miami http://www.zoomiami.org/
  • Miami Seaquarium is a 38-acre-seaquarium with dolphins, whales and a variety of marine life. Key Biscayne https://www.miamiseaquarium.com/
  • Rapids Water Park is home to 29 water slides for all ages on 22 acres of water fun. West Palm Beach https://www.rapidswaterpark.com/
  • Monkey Jungle – Where humans are caged and monkeys run wild! Miami https://www.monkeyjungle.com/
  • Jungle Island – a wild affair at Jungle Island, exhibits, shows, animals, plants, birds: https://www.jungleisland.com/