You are staying a few months on our resort? In this case, you will appreciate without a doubt the numerous museums available nearby Aztec, in Fort Lauderdale.
Spend an incredibly entertaining day with the whole family at the Museum of Discovery and Science, where you will be able to admire the largest living Atlantic coral reef in captivity and safely look at sharks. Have you ever wondered how an alligator’s skin would feel? At this museum, you will actually be able to pet one. You find the alligators too scary? You can pet a turtle or an iguana. If animals are not your thing, take a chance at piloting one of the nine cockpit simulators available. To top it all off, you can experience an IMAX film adventure on a five-story-high screen at AutoNation IMAX 3D Theater, which is the biggest screen in South Florida.
For more information, consult the Museum of Discovery and Science’s website.
The Bonnet house was created by Chicago-born artist Frederic Clay Bartlett in 1920. The land where the house was built was given to him and his wife, Helen Louise Birch. Both lovers of art and ecology, they decorated the house and maintained and enhanced the land throughout the years. After more than 70 years of love and care given by generations of Bartletts and Birches, the estate became a museum in itself, a witness of history as well as an ode to ecology and art. Nowadays, the Bonnet House Museum and Gardens welcomes all in search for inspiration and history.
For more information, visit Bonnet's house website.
Discover the NSU Museum of Art of Fort Lauderdale’s famous collection of modern and contemporary art. Located on the renowned Las Olas Boulevard, the museum is a major cultural destination in the region. Enter the modernist building designed by the famous architect Edward Larrabee Barnes and explore many exhibitions reflecting the regional culture as well as international movements, like the cobra movement. In fact, the museum has the biggest holding of works from the Cobra movement in the United States. With a permanent exhibition of over six thousand works as well as temporary exhibits, visitors will not be disappointed.
For more information, visit NSU Museum of Art of Fort Lauderdale’s website.
Take a step back in time at Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum and learn more about Packard automobiles. At this museum, you will have the chance to see 22 Packard automobiles from the 1900s to 1940’s in perfect condition! Moreover, you will be able to browse through thousands of pieces of memorabilia, such as old dashboard clocks, hood ornaments and custom gear shift knobs. Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum is a must to understand the progress and development of skills in American engineering.