Museums in Boca Del Mar

$8 for Admission for Two to the Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum (Up to $16 Value)

Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum

Poinciana Park

$16 $8

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Museum designed to mirror a 1920s showroom filled with a collection of classic Packards and other luxury vehicles

Night Museum Visit for Two or Four at South Florida Science Center and Aquarium (Up to 54% Off)

South Florida Science Center and Aquarium

West Palm Beach

$27 $13

At visits during special evening events, visitors get to touch marine animals and check out the planetarium's wonders

VIP Kennedy Bunker and Coast Guard Station Tour for Two or Four at Palm Beach Maritime Museum (Up to 50% Off)

Palm Beach Maritime Museum

Palm Beach Maritime Museum (need to take Water Taxi or Boat to get to museum)

$50 $25

Water taxi to JFK's Cuban Missile Crisis–era bunker and a historical Coast Guard station on Peanut Island; historian discusses Cold War

Admission for Two or Four or One-Year Membership at Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science (Up to 50% Off)

Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science

Northeast Coconut Grove

$29.90 $18

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Learn about wildlife, constellations, and scientific principles in 48,000-square-feet museum

Admission for Two or Four or Family Membership for Three Individuals at Haitian Heritage Museum (Up to $10 Off)

Haitian Heritage Museum

Miami Design District

$20 $10

The world's first Haitian museum outside of Haiti exhibits visual arts, artifacts, and the lives of great contributors to the culture

Visit for Two, Four, or Family of Two Adults and Up to Three Kids at Coral Gables Museum (Up to 48% Off)

Coral Gables Museum

Coral Gables Section

$14 $8

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The museum focuses on architecture, urban design, historic and environmental preservation, and sustainable development

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Boca Raton Children's Museum, located inside a quaint home built by hand around 1913, unfurls an array of exhibits designed to feed children's creativity and enhance critical-thinking skills. Visitors venture to Dr. Dig's Back-Porch to learn about artifacts and fossils, stage dramas in a miniature theater with hand puppets, or head to the Faces Multicultural Room to play musical instruments and play dress-up with garments from around the world. They can also wheel pintsize shopping carts through a replica of Boca Raton's first grocery store, where orange juice was invented, or chart a course across the lawn's grasses aboard an outdoor pirate-ship fort. The museum has recently added a gift and snack shop, and also offers classes that teach nonverbal tots to use sign language and summer camps that provide opportunities for play and learning in a group setting.

498 Crawford Blvd
Boca Raton,
FL
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The Ultimate Thriller pays homage to the King of Pop with a multimedia entertainment extravaganza. A vibrant light show, eye-grabbing video footage, and the choreography of Mic Thompson—who worked with Jackson for nearly a decade—form a peeper-pleasing team that rocks retinas. Eardrums, in the meantime, are swaddled by the sounds of signature hits such as "Man in the Mirror," "Beat It," and "Billie Jean," a benefit song for 1982's two least popular baby names. Over the course of two hours (including intermission), the show synthesizes elements of Jackson's BAD and Dangerous concert tours with material from Thriller, Off The Wall, and his days in the Jackson 5. Enjoy the whole past-blasting blowout from the comfort of the Coral Springs Center for the Arts' fully enclosed balcony, part of a nearly 1,500-seat theater whose layout allows every audience member to feel a sense of connection with on-stage performers without the formal bonding experience of a tandem bike ride.

2855 Coral Springs Dr.
Coral Springs,
FL
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Two floors of interactive exhibits help the Schoolhouse Children's Museum and Learning Center teach its pint-sized patrons about the history of the South Florida region. Mini milk-chuggers can indulge their lactose leanings at the Dairy Days exhibit, where they can take a turn milking a cow, whereas tractor-crazy tots might head for the Farmhouse, where they can role-play to learn about local agri-history. A 15-foot model of the Jupiter Lighthouse sports an animatronic clone of pioneer Hannibal Pierce that talks to visiting children during museum hours and sings baritone in the after-hours choir.

129 E Ocean Ave
Boynton Beach,
FL
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Arthur Stone spent six decades assembling the collection of classic Packard autos that makes up the Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum. His love for the Packard's combination of engineering and elegance has resulted in the United States' largest Packard collection, containing one model from each year of the company's 58-year existence. The museum's 30,000-square-foot space mirrors the look of a 1920s Packard showroom, with heraldic-style gas-station signs hanging above gleaming specimens of auto history, all restored to full working order.

Models such as the 2201 Woodie wagon from 1948 demonstrate the manufacturer's innovation amid changing times, and the 1909 18 Speedster evokes an era when saddled cheetahs shared roads with cars. Original concept-design drawings line the walls, and an expansive library contains shelves laden with periodicals and fascinating reading materials.

1527 SW 1st Ave
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
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Listed in the National Register of Historic Places and located in the heart of the city, Stranahan House stands as one of the few remaining shadows of Fort Lauderdale’s pioneer heritage. The house was constructed in 1901 by the eponymous Frank Stranahan as a trading post for early settlers, native Seminole Indians, and the now-extinct verbose alligator. After the burgeoning town appropriated it for use as a post office, town hall, and more through the decades, historians painstakingly restored it to its 1913–1915 glory. On three daily tours lasting 45 to 60 minutes, expert guides lead local history buffs through its rooms, detailing the house's multitudinous uses, showing off its Victorian furniture, and offering a glimpse into the vernacular architecture of the bygone era.

335 SE 6th Ave
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US

The ISHOF Museum houses the world's largest collection of aquatic memorabilia and is the single-largest source of aquatic books, manuscripts, and literature. More than forty exhibits and displays illustrate the history of the aquatically ambitious, recognizing the world's greatest swimming, diving, polo, and synchronized swimming performers and their spotlight-worthy accomplishments. Videos ranging from short informational pieces to coverage of the Olympic games are also available for viewing. Current exhibits include photo murals of the RMS Titanic, the largest collection of Olympic medals won by merpersons dating back to 1896, and a shrine dedicated to the swoonable swim legend Mark Spitz, which consists of a life-size wax statue of the mustached god-among-mortals, seven of his gold medals, and the starting block he used in the 1972 Munich games.

1 Hall Of Fame Dr
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US