Some interesting facts of the Wonderful City of Ft. Lauderdale.
In 1986, the city began a transformation process that changed Greater Fort Lauderdale from a spring-time college destination to a year-round, family-friendly retreat. The story of spring break’s history in Fort Lauderdale dates back to the 1930s – and its future is continually being told, retold – and refashioned. Some of the old haunts – from hotels to bars – still are open, with proprietors keen to retell the tales of Spring Break’s heyday in the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. Success can be seen in the caliber of shops, restaurants and hotels along the beachfront. Your grandparents, parents – even you – might not recognize the Fort Lauderdale beach made famous by “Where the Boys Are.” Spring break has taken on a whole new appearance. Today, visitors include families and couples, meeting attendees and international travelers – and even a few college students.
The arts and culture scene in Greater Fort Lauderdale has blossomed. Today it includes arts districts, festivals and a county-wide $100 million art in public spaces program.
Come in for a real unforgettable adventure and ride with us on a Segway day & night city tour. Starting daily at 1pm and returning at 4pm & 8 pm and returning around 10 pm. The tour starts at our location and goes trough the beach over the Las Olas bridge, where we drive in the alleys of Venice of America sightseeing all the million dollar mansions and yachts. We continue the tour through Ft. Lauderdale- Old town and on the Riverwalk to see the most spectacular views in Fort Lauderdale. The tour then continues back through Venice of Fort Lauderdale to the beach and back to the store.