Greater Fort Lauderdale

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Greater Fort Lauderdale Cares for Culture

Greater Fort Lauderdale celebrates the diversity of the people who visit, meet and live in South Florida. With attractions and events that honor its multicultural heritage, Greater Fort Lauderdale can be an educational and inspiring  experience.

The African American Research Library and Cultural Center and Old Dillard Museum are magnificent tributes to the history and contributions of African Americans and add another dimension to your visit. Discover the spirit and history of the Seminole Tribe’s culture at the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum. Learn about the Seminole’s way of life in the late 1800s, and wander nature trails through a recreated Seminole village.

Featured Tours & Experiences

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Ali Cultural Arts is a platform to enrich the community through visual and performing arts and celebrates the history and culture of the African American community in Pompano Beach.
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This 60,000-square-foot public library is extraordinary for the quantity and rarity of books on Black history and culture, and books written by Black authors.
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Housed in the first Black school in Broward County, this historic site features permanent historical exhibitions from the early 20th century, a jazz room saluting Cannonball Adderley.
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Celebrating Black trailblazers who contributed to developing the City of Fort Lauderdale. These leaders excelled in education, politics, medicine, entertainment and more! Explore the Broward County and hear the stories of Black pioneers.

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