ArtServe opened its Gallery in 2012. The gift shop is a year-round venue for local artists to exhibit and sell their wares. All media are included, such as hand-painted note cards and furniture, photography, books by local authors, fine art, musical CD's, ceramics and sculpture.

ArtServe opened its Gallery in 2012. The gift shop is a year-round venue for local artists to exhibit and sell their wares. All media are included, such as hand-painted note cards and furniture, photography, books by local authors, fine art, musical CD's, ceramics and sculpture.

The Broward Art Guild is the oldest and largest organization of working artists in Broward County. Formed in the late 1940's, originally as a branch of the American Artists Professional League, the Guild later evolved into an independent, not-for-profit organization.

The Broward Art Guild is the oldest and largest organization of working artists in Broward County. Formed in the late 1940's, originally as a branch of the American Artists Professional League, the Guild later evolved into an independent, not-for-profit organization.

To make your visit to the Galleria an exceptional one, we’ve prepared an exclusive Galleria Coupon Book full of special offers from our many retailers. Follow the link below to print the Welcome Card page and bring it to Guest Services on the upper level near Dillard’s to receive your Coupon Book.

To make your visit to the Galleria an exceptional one, we’ve prepared an exclusive Galleria Coupon Book full of special offers from our many retailers. Follow the link below to print the Welcome Card page and bring it to Guest Services on the upper level near Dillard’s to receive your Coupon Book.

Having a gallery space to display artwork is a tremendous asset to The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. On a regular basis, the Mark K. Wheeler Gallery (named after the founder of The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale) hosts exhibits for the students and public to view.

Having a gallery space to display artwork is a tremendous asset to The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. On a regular basis, the Mark K. Wheeler Gallery (named after the founder of The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale) hosts exhibits for the students and public to view.

Old Dillard Museum occupies the upper floor of the historic school campus, where the former classrooms, library and principal’s office have been converted into engaging and informative exhibition galleries, and a Library Resource Room, which offers a host of ethnic reference materials and books.

Old Dillard Museum occupies the upper floor of the historic school campus, where the former classrooms, library and principal’s office have been converted into engaging and informative exhibition galleries, and a Library Resource Room, which offers a host of ethnic reference materials and books.

Our mission is to develop and maintain an internationally recognized naval aviation museum that educates young and old alike, to preserve history by honoring the memory of Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale and the men & women who defended freedom during World War II.

Our mission is to develop and maintain an internationally recognized naval aviation museum that educates young and old alike, to preserve history by honoring the memory of Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale and the men & women who defended freedom during World War II.

Fort Lauderdale Historical Society, Inc. - Now Open City of Fort Lauderdale’s Centennial Traveling Exhibits located on the second floor of the New River Inn. This is one of the few times that all four exhibits will be presented in the same place at the same time, and is an excellent opportunity for visitors to round out their knowledge of Fort Lauderdale’s past. Interested groups should contact Shannon Vezina at svezina@fortlauderdale.gov.

Fort Lauderdale Historical Society, Inc. - Now Open City of Fort Lauderdale’s Centennial Traveling Exhibits located on the second floor of the New River Inn. This is one of the few times that all four exhibits will be presented in the same place at the same time, and is an excellent opportunity for visitors to round out their knowledge of Fort Lauderdale’s past. Interested groups should contact Shannon Vezina at svezina@fortlauderdale.gov.

At YAA, the possibilities are as endless as your imagination. Ride a subway, visit a cave and discover a dig in ArtScapes. STOMP to the rhythm, build sand sculptures and recycled puppets in GreenScapes. Learn about faraway customs in CultureScapes. Explore the world of Alice in WonderScapes. Create a masterpiece in every gallery!

At YAA, the possibilities are as endless as your imagination. Ride a subway, visit a cave and discover a dig in ArtScapes. STOMP to the rhythm, build sand sculptures and recycled puppets in GreenScapes. Learn about faraway customs in CultureScapes. Explore the world of Alice in WonderScapes. Create a masterpiece in every gallery!

The 300-seat AutoNation IMAX™ Theater located in downtown Ft Lauderdale features a 60-ft. x 80-ft. screen and a 15,000-watt digital sound system that delivers six discrete channels of clear sound through 42 speakers. The result is a "virtual reality"-like experience which immerses the audience in the film.

The 300-seat AutoNation IMAX™ Theater located in downtown Ft Lauderdale features a 60-ft. x 80-ft. screen and a 15,000-watt digital sound system that delivers six discrete channels of clear sound through 42 speakers. The result is a "virtual reality"-like experience which immerses the audience in the film.

The Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum, Inc. was established as a non-profit foundation for education (501.C.3), to ensure the preservation of the history of the Packard Motor Co., and to show the progress and development of skills in American engineering. The museum is a reproduction of a Packard showroom from the 1920's.

The Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum, Inc. was established as a non-profit foundation for education (501.C.3), to ensure the preservation of the history of the Packard Motor Co., and to show the progress and development of skills in American engineering. The museum is a reproduction of a Packard showroom from the 1920's.

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