The U.S. News and World Report joins a long list of sites and publications highlighting Bonnet House as one of the top places to visit in Fort Lauderdale. Here’s a portion their review about this beautiful, historic estate, ranking it as #6 among things to do in Fort Lauderdale:
“Recent travelers said the Bonnet House has something to keep every type of traveler satisfied: art lovers, horticulture enthusiasts, animal lovers and history buffs will enjoy this attraction. The plantation home is ornately decorated and filled with artwork (all three residents of the house were artists of some kind), but the estate’s grounds are also well worth the visit. The campus is lush and beautiful for a nice walk through nature and even sometimes accompanied by monkeys. The conditions of the grounds and the informative docents were two aspects that recent visitors said make this a must-see attraction.”
Come find out why everyone rates Bonnet House as one of the best attractions in Florida, and why a visit down south is truly not complete without time spent at this wonderful place, accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and recognized as a historic landmark by the City of Fort Lauderdale. The story told here spans and parallels a wide swath of American history, and is uniquely educational, entertaining and unforgettable.
Bonnet House is located at 900 North Birch Road, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304. For more information and details, please call (954) 563-5393 or visit BonnetHouse.org.