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Art Gallery 21 is a true hidden gem in Wilton Manors. Primarily built to preserve the contemporary art that prevails in the city, the gallery hosts exhibitions at regular intervals with an aim to promote as well as encourage local artists. Their eclectic lineup of events engages and entertains a diverse audience.
Bellagio is truly an international gallery, featuring works by artists from Russia, South America, Canada, Australia and many parts of Europe, in addition to those by artists from the United States. Regina Lyubovnaya, Joelle Blouin, Colleen Black and Nano Lopez are some of the artists who have had their art displayed at Bellagio International gallery. Home shows are also offered.
Fort Lauderdale can only truly be appreciated on the water, with over 165 miles (257 km) of waterways and long stretches of beaches, this city is meant to be viewed from the water. Do just that in a luxury yacht. Charter this high class cruise and pick your adventure, from cruising down New River to going out to sea. This yacht will make you feel like a celebrity and with their attentive service, flexible plans, and vast experience, you can do exactly what you want in style.
The Hamilton Gallery features a collection of art from artists across the globe. The gallery holds many exhibits, receptions and fund-raising events to bring artists and collectors together. J. Scott Nicol, Shana Dominguez and Todd White are a few of the artists who have had their works displayed at The Hamilton Gallery.
If you want to unwind and spend some quality time with yourself, pay a visit to Colee Hammock Park. A natural haven with waterfront features, this picturesque park is perfect for a small picnic. Either walk on the luscious grasslands barefoot, admire the scenic views of the river or sit under the shade large tree and meditate or simply indulge in people watching, the choice is yours. The spectacular waterside location makes for a great choice for an outdoor wedding and the officials rent the park for the same.
Dating back to 1901 and built by the “Father of Fort Lauderdale,” Stranahan House is also referred to as the Pioneer House. In 1984, this mansion was opened for public viewing as a house museum and almost 10,000 tourists visit this landmark annually. Now a historic riverside museum, the elegantly restored house contains antiques, turn-of-the-century furnishings and old photographs of the area. It is also an example of classic Florida Frontier architecture. The house has previously been used as a post office, town hall and general store. The events hosted here includes tours, the Pineapple Jam, the Peter Pan Pirate Party and more. This lovely museum can also be hired for private events and special celebrations.