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A directory of fun things to do in sunny Fort Lauderdale

Oct 31, 2012 - Exploring Fort Lauderdale

There’s so much to see and do in Fort Lauderdale that it’s hard to begin to share where one should go in your rented charter bus, party bus, shuttle bus or school bus. But if you’re travelling to Florida by bus then here’s some travel spots that you cannot miss.

Go back in history and discover some American Culture at the African American Research Library and Cultural Center. With more than 75,000 books, documents, and artifacts focus on African American experiences, the center features compilations from the Alex Haley Collection, the Charles Mills Phonograph Album Collection the 5,000-volume Daniel M. Johnson Collection, the Fisk University Collection, and the Kitty Oliver Oral Histories Collection on Race and Change. As daunting as it sounds for one to visit them all, we are sure you are in a better position simply because you can leave the driving and parking to the expertise of a charter bus, party bus, or mini bus driver.

Experience the everglades with an Airboat Tour and alligator wrestling at the 30-acre Everglades Holiday Park while at Sawgrass Recreation Park, you can view all sorts of wildlife from snakes and turtles to alligators.

Pay a visit to the Anne Kolb Nature Center in West Lake Park is a 1,500+ acre coastal mangrove wetland. It boasts a five-level observation tower, fishing pier, two nature trails, an outdoor amphitheater and an exhibit hall featuring nature displays, a 3,500-gallon aquarium, and a 10-minute ecological-themed video. Take the charter bus, party bus or rented charter coach for one of the boat tours depart from the nature center dock for 40-minute narrated excursions onto West Lake.

If you though Fort Lauderdale was all swamp, then you’ll be in for a surprise with this attraction. Get Charter Bus Fort Lauderdale to drop by the Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum, and be enthralled by this monument dedicated to the preservation of the Packard Motor Co. During your bus tour here, you will see that the museum houses a collection of pre-war models such as beauties such as a 1909 Packard Model 18 Speedster to a 1947 Packard Model 2111 Clipper Eight Deluxe Custom PU Truck and other memorabilia related to Packard.

Another interesting activity you could try out is a game of Jai-Alai at the Danian fronton. This ancient game sees players hurl a rock-hard ball at wall with speeds exceeding 170 m.p.h! A thought to bring home with you once your bus charter vacation trip is over.

Last but not least, take a bus charter, party bus trip around for a visit to Gulfstream Park to watch the races is the perfect way to end your visit to Fort Lauderdale. Home to memorable racing feats, the park has hosted more than 160 national thoroughbred champions and in 2003 during its 89-day season, marked a Florida pari-mutuel handle record for a single racing meet with $825.3 million.

Fort Lauderdale is truly a place unlike any other in the country and is worth seeing time and time again. So book your bus trip today at Charter bus Fort Lauderdale.

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