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Historic Stranahan House Museum - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

335 SE 6th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301, USA


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About Historic Stranahan House Museum

Home of Fort Lauderdale pioneers Frank and Ivy Stranahan. Built in 1901 as a trading post and converted into a residence for the Stranahans in 1906, the house is the oldest surviving structure in Broward County.

Attractions Near Historic Stranahan House Museum

Riverwalk Fort Lauderdale
Riverwalk Fort Lauderdale0.32km from Historic Stranahan House Museum

Riverwalk Fort Lauderdale is the perfect spot to experience nature and enjoy a variety of outdoor activities. Whether strolling along the scenic walkway that meanders through downtown or sailing along the riverfront aboard your own personal vessel, Riverwalk offers something for everyone. Visitors can make use of entertainment venues such as The Beach to take in a show or get some shopping done at Fudge Factory. There’s no better place to experience the culture and life of this vibrant city .

NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale
NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale0.54km from Historic Stranahan House Museum

Museum emphasizes contemporary (20th century) projects. Among its 6,200 pieces are a significant collection of ceramics by Pablo Picasso, a collection of contemporary Cuban art representing the contributions of more than 125 artists, and North America's largest exhibition of work from the Northern European CoBrA avant-garde movement.

History Fort Lauderdale
History Fort Lauderdale0.85km from Historic Stranahan House Museum

History Fort Lauderdale, is a rich and flourishing museum dedicated to exploring the regional history of South Florida. It offers many interactive exhibits that delve into the fascinating tales of this region's past, highlighting topics such as Seminole Indians, Prohibition-era rum runners, and pioneering aviators. From daily boat tours on the New River to its main exhibit hall, there are plenty of ways to immerse yourself in Fort Lauderdale's history.

Esplanade Park
Esplanade Park1.06km from Historic Stranahan House Museum

Esplanade Park is a great place for the whole family for a variety of activities. It features 60 acres of parkland with plenty of open space for picnicking and also provides amenities such as BBQ grills, playgrounds, and picnic pavilions throughout the grounds. If you are looking to get out on the water, this Park provides access to both freshwater and saltwater fishing and boat launches. There's walking trails along the riverbank, nearby butterfly gardens and wetlands to explore too.

Museum of Discovery and Science
Museum of Discovery and Science1.07km from Historic Stranahan House Museum

It is one of the largest museums of its kind in Florida, and has the most visitors of any museum in the state. The museum features its own AutoNation IMAX theater, and shows 3-D IMAX films in which viewers wear special glasses and headsets. The museum also features a number of "ecoscapes", as well as a simulated ride to Mars, a simulated airboat ride in the Everglades and a MaxFlight airplane flight simulator.

East Las Olas Boulevard
East Las Olas Boulevard1.35km from Historic Stranahan House Museum

East Las Olas Boulevard is a unique destination for visitors and locals alike. This bustling boulevard features a variety of restaurants, shops, businesses, entertainment venues and more. From surf shops and vintage boutiques to high-end spas and salons, East Las Olas Boulevard has something for everyone. In addition to its great shopping and dining opportunities, it's a great place to explore the area's arts and historic sites.

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Broward County
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Broward County is one of the three counties in South Florida that make up the Miami metropolitan area. Broward County's urbanized area occupies 427.8 square miles of land. The largest portion of the county is the Conservation Area that extends west to border Collier County. The conservation area is 796.9 square miles and consists of wetlands, much of which are part of the Everglades National Park.