Fort Lauderdale’s hidden gems: beyond the beaches

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Fort Lauderdale whispers tales beyond the beach. History buffs delve into the past at the Stranahan House (1901), a Victorian gem showcasing the city’s evolution. Visitors can book a guided or self-guided tour and are encouraged to do so in advance.

Old Fort Lauderdale Village offers a charming escape, with restored buildings like the King-Cromartie House (1907) and the Old Fort Lauderdale Museum. Nature and heritage collide at Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, where trails wind through Matheson Hammock Park’s historic district, whispering stories of the Tequesta people. Fort Lauderdale’s hidden gems offer 100 reasons to explore its captivating past.

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