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THINGS TO DO
IN
FORT LAUDERDALE
Museum of Art

Int'l Swimming Hall of Fame/Aquatic Center

Old Fort Lauderdale Village and Museum


Everglades Holiday Park

Jungle Queen

RESTAURANTS
IN FORT LAUDERDALE

Bistro Mezzaluna

East Coast Burrito Factory

Black Orchid Cafe

French Quarter

 

 

Fort Lauderdale - In addition to the beautiful surroundings, numerous historic sights, museums, chic sidewalk cafés and a 22-block long waterfront walkway all contribute to this city's captivating appeal. Fort Lauderdale, commonly referred to as "The Venice of America," is the yachting capital of the East Coast and the home of The International Swimming Hall of Fame. From shopping to deep-sea fishing, this city truly has it all.

International Swimming Hall of Fame/Aquatic Complex Fort Lauderdale

International Swimming Hall of Fame/Aquatic Complex FORT LAUDERDALE  Just off A1A, this museum highlights the achievements of notable swimmers and contains aquatic artifacts dating to the 15th century. Computerized exhibits let you pretend you are an Olympic swimmer, diver, or judge. There are two ten-lane, fifty-meter pools and an exhibition building featuring photos, medals, and other souvenirs, as well as a theater that features films of swimming stars such as Johnny Weissmuller and Esther Williams. There is also a gift shop and a cafe on the premises.

The International swimming hall of fame non-profit organization which is located in fort Lauderdale. Known to some of the world's top swimmers that come here to practice for big tournaments and races. Hall of fame holds memories of the best swimmers, divers, water polo and swimming performers. There are tributes to American presidents who were swimmers, including president Ronald Reagan, who in addition to captaining his college swim team is credited with saving 77 lives as a lifeguard in his hometown of Dixon, IL.
IntraCoastal waterway side of the complex, the original hall of fame building contains 7,000 sq ft housing the Tripp family art gallery. Some of the gold medallion award winners include E. Clay Shaw jr, Richard W. Pound, Sandra Baldwin, Mayor James Whelan and many more people.

International Swimming hall of fame is where all the people that have achieve a goal in swimming, diving, or dancers stands to be noticed for their achieve and awarding efforts for what they do competing in tournaments, races and for just standing out for what they have believe and accomplish.

 

1 Hall Of Fame Dr, Fort Lauderdale 33316 ˇ 954-462-6536

Hours  Museum: Mon-Fri 9am-7pm, Sat-Sun 9am-7pm;
Pool open Mon-Fri 9am-7pm, Sat-Sun 9am-5pm