Fort Lauderdale is a city on Florida's southeastern coast, known for its beaches and boating canals. The city of Fort Lauderdale is adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean, includes 7 miles (11 km) of beaches and borders municipalities. It's lined with upscale outdoor restaurants, bars, boutiques and luxury hotels. Fort Lauderdale is a perfect business and family get away to explore diverse neighborhoods, enjoy other attractions including the International Swimming Hall of Fame, with pools and a museum of memorabilia, and Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, featuring trails and a lagoon.
The International Swimming Hall of Fame and Museum (ISHOF) is a history museum and hall of fame, located at One Hall of Fame Drive, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States, operated by private interests and serving as the central point for the study of the history of swimming in the United States and around the world.
The Fort Lauderdale Beach is situated along three miles of golden sand and sparkling turquoise waters. Fort Lauderdale Beach is marked by the City's Wave wall. A flowing, swirling wall that extends along our brick paved promenade, you'll find pillar framed entrances to our world-famous beach.
Hugh Taylor Birch State Park is located in Fort Lauderdale, on East Sunrise Boulevard. Visitors can see gray squirrels, marsh rabbits, and opossums, as well as more than 200 species of wading birds, hawks, and ducks. Activities include canoeing, bicycling, fishing, swimming, Segway tours and group camping.