Fort Lauderdale is a coastal city on the Atlantic Ocean in the US state of Florida. The city was once preferred by college students as a spring break Mecca – a reputation that later gave way to an extensive inhabitation of the place into a full-fledged metropolis with an extensive network of canals and waterways. Today the ‘Venice of America’ boasts of a remarkable cityscape of turquoise seawaters, powder sands and lively beaches that are dotted with a number of restaurants, hotels and other hotspots. Fort Lauderdale also offers a stunning alternative of nature trails, picnic areas, museums, freshwater lagoons, beach access and cycling paths to those looking for it.
Places of Interest in Fort Lauderdale
Intracoastal Waterway is the prime attraction of Fort Lauderdale. It is also the reason as to why this city is also known as the ‘Venice of America.’ This natural marvel stretches for 3000 miles between Atlantic and Gulf Coasts and provides a clear route to ships and yachts in the region. The place hosts a wide range of seafoods, assorted delicacies and beach-inspired cocktails.
The Antique Car Museum
The Antique Car Museum (established in1940) in Fort Lauderdale features an extensive collection of cars of Packard Motor Company that date back to First World War. The collection, which is laid out in a replicated Packard showroom, includes pre-war Packard automobiles. The museum categorically bows to a hundred years of automobile history and it is evident in the way the cars have been maintained through the years.