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  • Bonnet House Museum and GardensBonnet House Museum and Gardens Fort Lauderdale, Florida
    The Bonnet House Museum and Gardens in Fort Lauderdale, Florida has a marvelous history, as exciting as that of the state of Florida. Hugh Taylor Birch purchased the Bonnet House land in 1895, and a shell midden was discovered that had been left behind by the Tequesta people, indicating that the area had seen humans over 2000 years ago. Later archaeological discoveries showed that the land had been one of the first places that the Spanish had contact with the new world. Hugh ended up giving the estate to his daughter, Helen and her husband, Chicago artist, Frederic Clay Bartlett, as a wedding gift in 1919. The couple then started building the Bonnet House in 1920, wishing for a winter home so that Frederic could continue his artworks and Helen would be able to compose poetry and music.

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  • Riverwalk Fort Lauderdale: Downtown Arts & Entertainment Center Riverwalk Fort Lauderdale, Florida
    The Riverwalk in downtown Fort Lauderdale, Florida is the hub for entertainment, nightlife, arts, dining, events and shopping. It is probably the best way to explore this magnificent city along the Florida Intercoastal Waterway, just yards away from one of the finest white sand beaches on the east coast. The riverwalk spreads across the north and south banks of the New River in Fort Lauderdale, with a beautiful waterfront park set in the heart of the city. It was here along these banks that the early Native Americans would bring their ocean fish and shellfish to trade, and eventually, the earliest settlers would bring their homegrown harvest to ship north via the railroads. It would eventually evolve into the city that is there today, and in past years has been the destination of many college students coming down for their spring breaks and huge beach parties.

September 11, 2012