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Fort Lauderdaleis an impressive city that long ago cut its ties with the wild, party destination it was once famed for. Instead, visitors will find an elegant, sophisticated city with sparkling sapphire-blue waterways, stunning sandy beaches and glistening sky-scrapers.
There is so much to do in Fort Lauderdale, and so much to see. But it doesn't get much more fascinating than Fort Lauderdale's Museum of Discovery and Science (MODS).
Nowhere else will you find the impressive 300-seat AutoNation IMAX™ Theatre. Here, you can watch enthralling documentaries and films about some of nature and humanity's most interesting topics on a colossal five-storey screen, with steeply-sloping audience seats cleverly designed to give viewers the experience of a 'virtual reality'. In the words of the theatre's website, by bringing visitors so close to the giant screen that the crisp images envelopes their peripheral vision.
If you are visiting with a child under the age of seven you will not want to miss the museum's Discovery Centre, an exciting and tactile indoor experience that makes every adult wish they were a child again. Both educational and fun, this little world of adventure is a surefire way to make your youngster's day.
Also hosted by the MODS each year throughout the late spring/early summer months are its captivating Turtle Walks, taking place at night time. On these, if you're lucky, you can witness the fascinating sight of a 300lb Loggerhead sea turtle leaving her ocean home to lay her eggs.