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Points of Interest
Las Olas Boulevard is the most interesting downtown area for tourists. To explore downtown and the beaches, hop the Fort Lauderdale Sun Trolley on Fridays, Saturdays, or Sundays between 10 am and midnight. Just wave at a passing trolley, which will stop to let you board. If you're traveling with kids, stop by the Funderdome indoor playground or the Museum of Discovery and Science—admission to the science center is free if you hold an annual pass to any of 300 science centers across the country. Admission is also free to the 18,000 square-foot Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum, a paradise within paradise for car buffs.
Read more about Fort Lauderdale's Downtown on Hipmunk's Downtown Neighborhood Guide.
About Fort Lauderdale
There's more to life and Ft. Lauderdale than spring break: beyond the action-packed east beaches, you can watch dolphins pass on quiet north end beaches, enjoy non-souvenir shopping along Dania Beach, take a historic River Walk past landmarks, or unwind over sea-breezy dining in elegant Las Olas Isles.
Read more about Fort Lauderdale on Hipmunk's Fort Lauderdale City Guide.
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