Planetware.com has chosen Bonnet House as the number 2 tourist attraction in Fort Lauderdale. Offering their ideas on where to go, what to see, and tips for making the most of a vacation trip, the experienced writers from Planetware.com are based all over the globe and provide their insights to help travelers discover the top tourist attractions in destinations around the world, along with maps, and beautiful photos to inspire great ideas and create extraordinary adventures.
Planetware.com’s glowing review: “Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and designated a Ft. Lauderdale landmark, Bonnet House Museum & Gardens is a mix of art, architecture, history and ecology. The estate covers 36 acres and was once the winter retreat of the Birch/Bartlett family. The historic house was designed by Frederic Clay Bartlett and built in 1920. On display are collections of art and personal treasures. The surrounding grounds of the estate remain a virtual oasis of coastal wilderness and informal gardens, nestled amid the commercial development of the Fort Lauderdale beachfront. Bonnet House Museum & Gardens has survived with remarkable authenticity, reflecting the creative lifestyle of its artist owners and preserving the natural setting of Old South Florida.”
A visit to South Florida is truly not complete without time spent at beautiful, historic Bonnet House Museum & Gardens, located at 900 North Birch Road, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304. For more information and details, please call (954) 563-5393 or visit BonnetHouse.org.