Attractions In Fort Lauderdale
Close to Miami, Fort Lauderdale is home to many great attractions that can make for a fun day away from your studies. For our TALK English Schools students, Fort Lauderdale has great weather and sightseeing attractions and tours that will take your breath away. Here are just some of the attractions in Fort Lauderdale that you can experience on your stay.
At Broward Center for Performing Arts, there is something for everyone. The Broward Center is home to a number of performances all year round including theatre, dance, and music. It also provides you with innovative educational programming where you can learn about the arts through interactive activities. The complex holds 2 theatres with a total of over 3000 seats. The Center boasts a top-shelf catering service, and the theatre has state of the art features and facilities. The center is located at 201 SW Fifth Avenue Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312 and is open from 9am to 5pm Monday through Friday. To contact the Broward Centre phone 954.522.5334.
The Swap Shop is a fun and fantastic day out shopping when looking to have a rest from your study. The Swap Shop is a giant outdoor and indoor flea market which is located at 3291 Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, Fl 33311. It is known as the largest daily flea market in the world and is home to a 14-screen drive-in theatre. The flea market offers daily activities including amusement rides, a free circus, and video arcades. Something is here for everyone, and it is the perfect place to go shopping with friends. For more information contact: +1 954-791-7927
The New River Inn is a two storey beautiful piece of architecture in central Fort Lauderdale. It is the oldest hotel building that still remains. Located at 229 SW Second Avenue Fort Lauderdale FL 33301, this building is said to be home to ghost and spirit manifestations that can be seen between the hours of 11pm to 3am! This ghost in question is apparently the entity of the restless man, said to walk back and forth along the first floor and on the porch as if contemplating a problem, or, perhaps, waiting for someone to return. It is said if the entity notices the living he glares at them before he disappears into thin air. Others have reported that on seeing a living person, he continues to walk but seems agitated and angry. There are other ghosts said to inhabit the New River Inn – a certain gentleman by the name of P.N Bryan also haunts the building, as does the ghost of a young girl known as LuLu Marshall who between 5 and 7 years of age. It has been rumoured that, when questioned, she has responded to the living before doing her disappearing act. Admission is $10-$12 and includes a self-guided tour of the New River Inn Museum or a docent (voluntary guide)-led tour of the 1899 replica school house nearby, as well as the 1907 King-Cromartie house. The New River Inn is open from Tuesdays through Sundays 12pm to 4pm.