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Boca Raton Children's Museum – Half Off Museum Day

Boca Raton

$10 $5

Fossil and artifact exhibit, hand-puppet theater, outdoor pirate-ship fort, and other kid-centric attractions

Half Off at Ghost Tours Miami

Northeast Coconut Grove

$52 $26

Educational ghost tour hopes to visit spirits of ancient indigenous peoples, playhouse-dwelling phantoms, and modern soldiers and sailors

Up to 39% Off Museum Exhibits and IMAX Admission

Fort Lauderdale

$53 $33

After exploring the museum's exhibits between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m., head to the IMAX theater for a show, popcorn, and drinks

$8 for Antique-Car Museum Admission

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

Up to 56% Off Group Beach Tours

Fort Lauderdale

$199 $89

Tour Fort Lauderdale's beaches on stretch golf carts that seat up to 10 people

43% Off Private Yacht Experience for Up to 12

Fort Lauderdale

$3,499 $1,999

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Passengers cruise down the New River or Intra-Coastal Waterway aboard a Marquis 690 motor yacht while enjoying provided food and champagne

Up to 65% Off Paddleboard Lesson and Tour

Bal Harbour

$99 $39

Sightseers navigate standup paddleboards across waterways while exploring the riverside near Island City; tour includes paddleboard lesson

50% Off a Haunted-History Walking Tour

Downtown Fort Lauderdale

$50 $25

A two-hour walking tour covers Fort Lauderdale's most haunted areas and allows guests to conduct their own paranormal investigation

Half Off ElliptiGo Rental

Birch Park - Finger Streets

$80 $40

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A four-hour rental of an outdoor fitness device that mimics the motion of running with less impact to the joints

Up to 51% Off from Wicked Delray Ghost Tours

Veterans Park

$20 $10

Tour guide Marilyn Egan regales groups with stories of sunken ships and ghostly hotel staffs as she takes tour-goers around local haunts

Up to 53% Off Pony Rides

Boynton Beach

$20 $11

More than 40 farmyard animals, bounce house, and pony ride areas

Up to 59% Off Electric Trikke Tours

Hollywood Beach - Quadoman

$40 $19

Instructors teach riders how to operate three-wheeled Trikkes then lead tours along the Hollywood Beach boardwalk

57% Off Romantic Flight for Two

North Perry Airport

$389.99 $169

Witness the sun set over the Florida Everglades from a bird’s-eye view while sipping champagne

Bahamas Vacation with Airfare

Freeport, Grand Bahama

$0 $599

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Three swimming pools and a tropical-fusion restaurant are at this waterside resort, which embodies the laid-back Bahamian spirit

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Within Art Connection's 45,000-square-foot factory, showroom, and production facility, patrons can sift through a vast collection of decorative prints and posters that include both classic and contemporary art. Enlist a 30"x24" print of Monet's Impression, Sunrise ($16.99) or Picasso's Violin and Guitar ($17.99) to teach dry wall about Impressionism, Cubism, and cultural elitism. A 35"x35" museum-quality print of Tuscan Summer ($60.99) can help to gussy up a drab cubicle, whereas a 22"x34" poster featuring The Office characters ($9.99) can bring workday doldrums into a painstakingly pleasant living room. Attract two-dimensional bees with a poster from Art Connection's extensive floral collection, then peruse the vast collection of frames for a portrait protector to keep it safe from roaming dust mites and ice-cream-wielding 4-year-olds.

2860 Center Port Cir
Pompano Beach,
FL
US

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

A 90-year-old sanctuary of natural and man-made beauty, the Bonnet House Museum & Gardens provides visitors with a decadent visual buffet comprising numerous artistic media and floral features. Wander the art-filled, ghost-free rooms of the Caribbean-plantation-style house and study the rich collection of easel art, murals, and more. Paintings—including numerous works by the house's former residents, artists Frederic Clay Bartlett and Evelyn Fortune Bartlett—as well as sculpture, furniture, and tableware make the house a pirate-proof aesthetic treasure trove, while five separate ecosystems have shaped the surrounding property into a delicious stew of biodiversity. Stroll nature trails to enjoy the flora and naturally occurring discotheques of mangrove wetlands and a maritime forest, or stop by the orchid showroom to swaddle nature's most needy flower in a comforting blanket of compliments and adoring stares.

900 N Birch Rd
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US

The Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale has come a long way since its original 1958 incarnation as the Junior League's Fort Lauderdale Art Center, housed in a former hardware store. A fire in 1967 prompted the center to relocate to a temporary home in a former annex to what is now Nova Southeastern University—an institution with which the museum would later forge an intellectual and cross-disciplinary association. The museum as patrons know it today was designed by American architect Edward Larrabee Barnes and opened to the public in 1986. Within its bright-white exterior—with color apparently overflowing from its top, dripping down across the sides—stands a permanent collection of more than 6,000 pieces, including a significant body of work by early-20th-century American painter William Glackens. Other art in residence includes Picasso ceramics, creations of the northern European COBRA movement, and works from more than 90 contemporary Cuban artists in exile around the world.

After exploring the varying aesthetics of temporary exhibitions, guests can grab a bite to eat and question what makes a sandwich “art” in the café area of the Books & Books store. Adults and kids dive deeper into art via gallery talks, storytelling, and hands-on activities, as well as art-academy classes taught by locally and nationally renowned artists.

1 East Las Olas Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US

2855 Coral Springs Dr
Coral Springs,
FL
US