613 East Las Olas Boulevard Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301 +1 954 766 2671
With Pocock, Saba and MAC Fine Art all situated in and around the vicinity, it takes something unique for a gallery to stand the test of time at Olas Boulevard. Shades of Light offers exactly the same. Owned by Danish painter Ulla Darni, she stages her clap-worthy works of designer lamps at her personal gallery. Unanimous remains the praise for her works, which also advocate the high pricing that are attached to the same. Criticism arises from art enthusiasts often about the day-to-day purpose behind owning expensive art.
709 East Las Olas Boulevard Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301 +1 954 527 5727
The selection of fine art on display at MAC aims to make an ever-lasting impression on art enthusiasts. Even if the will power reigns against purchasing the art on display, one is still bound to have regrets galore. Such an effect the gallery aims to have on those who walk in. Be it abstract figures exuding with expressionism or plain fine art capturing the imagination within a glance, the variety on display promises to make one's knees buckle. Nearly fourteen artists are vying for their works to be adorned at your house's walls, with each making an equally good case for it. Check website to keep tabs on timely events.
1015 East Las Olas Boulevard Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301 +1 954 467 5745
French curator Priscilla Krammer has been spreading her enthusiasm for art in Fort Lauderdale since the mid-90s. Through Saba Gallery, she hopes to showcase the talent of those artists who are either residing or are based in her home country. The odd Latin American artist may also find his works housed at Saba. Having rich amounts of expressionism in the art on display, the scarce space accommodates the efforts of 15-odd artists. The Mediterranean touch given to the art-filled Las Olas Boulevard makes Saba a welcome addition to the Fort Lauderdale gallery scene. Call for timings before you plan to visit Saba.
1200 East Las Olas Boulevard Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301 +1 954 525 3400
Pocock Fine Art and Antiques takes great pride in the authenticity of their eclectic collection, which includes a variety of works from the mid-20th Century. Curator Stuart Pocock is an extremely respected man in the fine art industry, having plied his trade in the business for the past 27 years. The three rooms of the gallery have framed canvases that are ready for purchase. Also scattered about are a few antique sculptures that are just waiting to be picked up. For nearly three decades, this gallery has piqued the interest of art lovers around the Fort Lauderdale area.
No matter if you're a first timer or a seasoned fisherman, you can enjoy great fishing on a 45' sport fishing charter boat off the coast of Ft. Lauderdale. Catch kingfish, tuna, wahoo, dolphin, sharks and sailfish in the best year round fishing grounds located only a few miles offshore on the Florida coast. On this 4 hour cruise, trade fishing stories and jokes with fellow fishermen and crew while waiting for that big fish to bite. Morning and afternoon fishing trips every day. Fishing license, tackle included. Call for reservations.
Just 1 mile off the coast of Ft. Lauderdale is some of the best year round fishing in the world. Do you want to get some fish for the freezer, catch a big one to hang above the fireplace or just catch fish and get action? The captain will find out what you're looking for and accommodate. Charter a 48' boat for 7 to 15 people , and go fishing for world class game fish on an unforgettable sportfishing charter. You can troll, bottom fish, or live bait for sailfish, marlin, tuna, sharks, barracuda and lots more on a 4, 6, or 8 hour fishing trip. You will also enjoy the sights of Fort Lauderdale's intracoastal waterway, where you'll see some of South Florida's beautiful waterway homes. All fishing licenses, bait, rods, and coolers are provided.
Fun for the whole family, drift fishing is a great thing to try while in Ft. Lauderdale. Climb aboard the Catch My Drift, a beautiful 85' Aluminum Hull party fishing boat, coast guard certified and licensed to take up to 170 passengers. This area boasts the most sought after fish in the world; Kingfish, Mackerel, Tuna, Bonito, Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Snapper, Grouper, and even the occasional Sailfish. Friendly crews will teach you everything, no experience is necessary. Fishing license, rods, bait, instruction and ample parking included.
110 East Broward Boulevard Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301 +1 800 722 9955
Take a Silversea cruise if you want to experience European hospitality and a luxurious journey to an exotic destination. Bask in the rays of the morning sun in your private teak veranda and then head back to your room to relax. All the suites come with complimentary beverages and then, of course, there is 24-hour room service for the rest of your needs. Experience fine dining and enjoy classical performances and watch the latest flicks. There are lectures on diverse subjects ranging from food and wine, to rare places and world affairs and talks by renowned artists and authors-all on board.
2542 Franklin Park Drive Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33311 +1 954 581 6295
Al-Iman Mosque is the city's solution to all those who are religious. The mosque provides facilities to Muslims to offer their prayers and also conducts various services pertaining to the Muslim culture. The strategic location of the mosque enables all to offer their prayers in a calm and sanctified environment.
1 East Las Olas Boulevard Nova Southeastern University Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301 +1 954 525 5500
The Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale is one of South Florida's major cultural attractions. It is located in the downtown entertainment district and hosts varied exhibits and cultural activities throughout the year. Under the Studio Arts Program, visitors can take part in the educational art classes where one can learn about painting, drawing, design and music from professional artists. Permanent exhibitions feature the black and white photography of Ansel Adams and contemporary paintings by Stephen Scott Young. The museum offers a truly striking showcase of the cultures of South Florida and the Caribbean.
A great park for the hiking enthusiast, this 254 acre
"urban wilderness area" and wildlife refuge contains numerous hiking trails, including the Prairie Overlook Trail, the Wetlands Wander Trail, the Maple Walk Trail and the Cypress Creek Trail, which ...
Located approximately 15 miles southwest of Fort Lauderdale, Grand Palms
Hotel Spa and Golf Resort provides a 27 hole challenging golf course. While caddies are not available and walking the course is not permitted, golf carts are included in ...
Located one block south of Las Olas Boulevard, this complex
is home to several unique destinations for aquatic sports enthusiasts. The museum houses a large collection of aquatic Olympic memorabilia, including Mark Spitz's starting block (used in the 1972 ...