Four ways to Explore Fort Lauderdale

The Historical Society is offering you FOUR more ways to explore the rich history of Fort Lauderdale. All tours can be pre-arranged to meet tour operator’s schedule for groups of 10 or more. 2 Hour Historic Walking Tour Take a walk through the History of early Fort Lauderdale. Explore Fort Lauderdale history from pre-historic times to the 1920s along the New River. This includes a tour of the Museum of History and the Museum of Pioneer History. Our tour will take 2 hours and we’ll walk less than a mile. $20 per person. 2 Hour Bike Tour of Historic District & The New River With a guide, take a leisurely ride along the New River, Fort Lauderdale’s first highway. You’ll visit Collee Hammock – thought to be the site of an early Seminole War battle, historic buildings and bridges, and the Historic District. This includes a tour of the Museum of History and the Museum of Pioneer History. Our tour will take 2 hours and we’ll bike approximately 3 miles. $40 per person. 2 Hour Architectural Bus Tour Conducted by the research director of the Hoch Center, this tour explores the early architectural period of Fort Lauderdale (Mediterranean Revival) and the significant Mid-Century Modern period. For pre-arranged groups of 10 or more, the bus will pick up the group at their hotel. This includes a tour of the Museum of History and the Museum of Pioneer History, if the group has time. The bus tour will take 3 hours with some walking. $50 per person. 2 Hour Historic Boat Tour Cruise along the New River. Explore early Fort Lauderdale history –from pre-historic times to the 1920s along the New River. You’ll visit Collee Hammock – thought to be the site of an early Seminole War battle, historic buildings and bridges, and the Historic District. This includes a tour of the Museum of History and the Museum of Pioneer History. Our tour will take 3 hours. $50 per person.
Tue., March 10, 2015
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