- The list below includes 261 free or cheap things to do in or near Fort Lauderdale, Florida, including 82 different types of inexpensive activities like Beaches, Fishing, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Malls.
- From Fort Lauderdale Beach Park to Las Olas Beach, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Fort Lauderdale and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Miami Beach, Delray Beach, Hollywood and Boca Raton.
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Clients are guided to observe scenic views and wildlife while paddling through the lazy waterways of the Middle River in Wilton Manors
Walk On Water Fitness offers lessons, tours and rentals to water sport enthusiasts of Hollywood, Florida. The location offers rental gear and lessons in stand-up paddle and kayaking, as well as apparel and accessories.
Hollywood, Florida is home to the K1 Speed South Florida electric karting course. K1 Speed offers instruction, racing leagues, junior karting, pick-up races and chartered group karting experiences. Reservations are strongly recommended.
The Plantation Historical Museum offers permanent exhibits covering the Seminole and Tequesta tribes, historically significant families of the area, and memorabilia from the town's police and fire departments. It is situated in the Botanical Gardens Park and is adjacent to the Butterfly Garden.
Previously used as an agriculture experimentation area, Plantation Heritage Park is home to an abundance of trees and other wildlife. The park includes a disc golf course, tropical fruit grove, and playgrounds.
Undergoing tragic destruction in 2005 due to Hurricane Wilma, Fig Tree Park has been rebuilt and is better than ever. The new playground in the park is modern, safe, and provides a great location for community bonding.
Featuring 18 auditoriums, Regal Oakwood 18 Cinema offers first-run feature films using digital projection, closed captioning and descriptive video devices. The theater provides a snack bar with food and drinks, arcade game machines and stadium seating.
An urban park that spans nearly 140 acres, Topeekeegee Yugnee Park (also called T.Y. Park) features a water park, a campground for recreational vehicles, paved hiking and jogging paths, a fishing pier, and picnic areas.
With both indoor and outdoor facilities, Anne Kolb Nature Center is a 1,501 acre-long wetland which is the home of several endangered species. It is a part of The Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail. No fossil fuels are permitted on this site.