Accessible Attractions 

Greater Fort Lauderdale is a destination for everyone – the explorer, the beach lover, the thrill seeker, and the history lover. Nothing is off-limits to anyone, no matter their abilities, even our attractions, which welcome you to come and explore a limitless world beyond the sea.

Explore the Arts, History & Sciences

Visit any of our arts and entertainment venues and find fun beyond your imagination – and ability. 

The Broward Center for the Performing Arts and The Parker – two performing arts venues in Fort Lauderdale – both feature accessible amenities so everyone can enjoy a night at the theater. The Broward Center and The Parker provide special seats for purchase and complimentary assisted listening devices. The Broward Center hosts a variety of performances (sensory-friendly, open-captioned, and sign-interpreted) and welcomes service animals. 

The Bonnet House Museum & Gardens gives everyone a chance to journey back in time. A tropical oasis situated off Fort Lauderdale Beach, the Bonnet House is a preserved 1920-era estate offering tours. Guests can bring service animals, and free wheelchairs are available.

Other accessibility-friendly museums include the Coral Springs Museum of Art, and the NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale and Museum of Discovery and Science (MODS), also in Fort Lauderdale. MODS offers sensory-friendly film screenings at its IMAX Theater on select days.

Get Out in Nature 

Everyone can enjoy the scenic parks and beaches that add to the area’s allure.  

All Broward County parks – from Davie’s Tree Tops Park to T.Y. (Topeekeegee Yugnee) Park in Hollywood – provide services and programs for guests with disabilities. And so do the beaches and  parks, including Hugh Taylor Birch State Park in Fort Lauderdale and Dr. Von D. Mizell-Eula Johnson State Park in Dania Beach. Both parks feature accessible picnic pavilions and restrooms, offer beach wheelchairs, and allow service animals. 

Other outdoor attractions offering accessible amenities include Butterfly World in Coconut Creek and Flamingo Gardens in Davie. 

For water fun, hop on a Jungle Queen Riverboats, which weaves its way through the Intracoastal Waterway, offering a sightseeing cruise and a dinner and a show add-on. Both the boat and island are wheelchair accessible.


Shopping is something everyone can do. Area shopping destinations, like Sawgrass Mills in Sunrise and Broward Mall in Plantation, make it easier with complimentary wheelchairs, plenty of handicapped parking, and the allowance of service animals. For more shops and centers, visit the Shopping page

Come and explore everything there is to do in Greater Fort Lauderdale – without any limits.