3 Museums to visit in Fort Lauderdale by a local locksmith

As a Fort Lauderdale locksmith I have seen every corner of this city. From the richest restaurant to the poorest street, I’ve probably installed a lock, opened a door or replaced someone’s mailbox.

There are many places to visit in South Florida, today I will focus on some great museums in Fort Lauderdale for a day for the whole family:

  1. Museum of Discovery and Science

    Building Front webThe museum offer two floors of fascinating interactive exhibits. You can see the largest living Atlantic coral reef in captivity, sharks, bats, snake (12-foot!), alligators and much more.
    You can try your pilot skills in cookpit simulators and learn about Florida Everglades. They also offer a space exhibit where you can simulated traveling to the moon and Mars.
    This place is heaven for the thinking kid.

    For more information go to: Museum of Discovery and Science


    Located in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale. The 83,000 Sf building contain 25,000 sf of exhibition space, the museum was designed by the renowned architect Edward Larrabee Barnes. Also, because of its location, which is in one of the fastest growing areas in the US, there are restaurants, shops and galleries a walking distance away.

  3. For more information go to: NSU Art Museum

  4. Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum

    Antique Car Muesum

    This is not most people typical Museum but if your heart is into Antique cars, this is the place for you. The museum was established to preserve the history of the Packard Motor Co. as well as to display an exhibition for the development of American engineering. The museum present collection of pre-war Packard automobiles and other memorabilia.

    For more information go to: Antique Car Museum