ARTS AND ENTERTAIMENT
Coral Springs Museum of Art Located within the Coral Springs Center for the Arts, view touring exhibits from Florida artists throughout the year. The gallery is open for your viewing pleasure 60 minutes prior to commencement of presentations in the theater.
Old Fort Lauderdale Village and Museum History comes to life at this unique museum displaying 8,000 artifacts including a variety of items reflecting the life of South Florida residents, from furnishings to clothing to agricultural implements. Some of the most interesting and historically unique artifacts include examples of Seminole folk art, World War II uniforms and turn of the century household furnishings on display at the King-Cromartie House.
Broward County Museums There are more than forty museums and historic homes to discover throughout culture rich Broward County. View collections and sites devoted to every interest from antique autos to scientific discovery.
Coral Springs Center for the Arts CSCFTA offers a variety of entertainment and artistic events for all ages and interests. Thrill to the best of Broadway, top comedians, jazz and pop concerts, the Gold Coast Opera, the Sy Sugar Pops Symphony Orchestra plus a diverse selection of family productions. In addition to the 1,458 seat theater, the Center houses a dramatic dance studio, a variety of elegant meeting rooms for corporate and private events as well as the Coral Springs Museum of Art.
Broward Center for the Performing Arts The Broward Center for the Performing Arts consists of the magnificent 2,700-seat Au-Rene Theater and the intimate 590-seat Amaturo Theater. Whatever your tastes, Broadway musical or serious drama, modern dance or ballet, classical music or Grammy-winning pop concerts, the Broward Center presents something for you.
Florida Grand Opera Celebrating more than 60 years song, this company regularly features singers from top houses in both America and Europe. All productions are sung in their original language and staged with projected English super titles. Tickets become scarce when Placido Domingo or Luciano Pavarotti, who made his American debut here in 1965, comes to town. The opera's season runs roughly from November to April, with five performances each week in a new multimillion-dollar opera house.
Riverwalk Arts and Entertainment District There's always something going on at Riverwalk, Fort Lauderdale's cultural capital. Enjoy 100 shops and galleries, 5 museums, 4 parks, 9 historical venues, 80 dining options and an IMAX theater.
Fort Lauderdale Children's Theater FLCT produces approximately 15 productions each year, in addition to a touring creative dramatics troupe, the Imagination Squad, which travels to community centers, schools, festivals, birthday parties and special events throughout the area and occasionally beyond. All productions are performed by young people with actors, technicians and backstage crewmembers ranging in age from 6 to 18.
SPORTS AND RECREATION