Visit Lauderdale's highest priority is the safety and well-being of visitors and residents. Locations throughout Greater Fort Lauderdale (Broward County) and its 31 cities are ensuring Safe + Clean experiences.
Masks are no longer required at Broward County's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Port Everglades, or on Broward County Transit buses. If you'll be flying or cruising soon, check with your individual airline or cruise line for their current policies. The CDC is still encouraging individuals to wear facial coverings in crowded indoor public transportation venues. Everyone is asked to keep a mask with them at all times and wear when social distancing can’t be maintained.
For ongoing updates, visit Broward.org/Coronavirus.
COVID-19 testing is available by appointment for travelers with scheduled flights at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Tests at the airport require a fee. Find details here. Find information on other testing sites throughout Greater Fort Lauderdale here.
Tests are available at a variety of drive-through and walk-up testing sites for anyone of any age, including non-residents.
All Floridians are now eligible to receive any COVID-19 vaccine as prescribed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which is age 18+ for Moderna and Johnson & Johnson and age 5 and older for Pfizer. The CDC recommends booster shots in certain populations. No appointment is required at any vaccination site run by Florida Department of Health in Broward. Boosters are also available from many retail pharmacies, private physician offices and other providers.
All beach areas in Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County are open including:
City of Fort Lauderdale Beach Parking is available at city parking garages, surface lots and on-street metered parking areas along Fort Lauderdale beach. Find a map, rates and more info here.
Many restaurants and bars in Greater Fort Lauderdale offer outdoor seating. All employees at most restaurants wear masks. Customers are advised but not required to wear masks, but many do.
Open Attractions & Activities
Some may require the use of masks. You are encouraged to carry a mask with you. Some live performance venues have specific guest entry policies. Be sure to review when purchasing tickets.
Temporarily Closed Attractions
Parks that are Open - Plenty of Room to Roam in These Wide Open Spaces:
Parks that are Closed:
Open Shopping Areas
*All event dates are subject to change.