The Best Things To Do This Fall In Fort Lauderdale, FL

Are you planning to take a trip to Fort Lauderdale sometime in the next few months? The city has a lot of fun activities to do in the fall season. It’s also the season when the busy tourism begins to wind down and it becomes cheaper to book airfare and Fort Lauderdale vacation rentals. Read on to find out the best fall activities and then book your trip!

Day of the Dead Family Day
The Day of the Dead is a lively, festive time that also commemorates the souls of one’s departed loved ones. The city’s Historical Society holds celebrations daily in Huizenga Plaza from the beginning of October until November 2. Come on down to eat some candy skeletons, look at the vibrant decorations and take in a bit of culture at the same time.

History of Fort Lauderdale Tours
Take a trip to History Fort Lauderdale to begin a guided tour of the densest collection of historical buildings left in Broward County. These walks cover the gamut of the city’s history, from the days of the Tequesta Native Americans and down through European colonization and Florida’s entry into the United States. And now that the weather is starting to cool, it is a fine way to take a walk through the crisp autumn air.

October Sausage Fest
Want to give your taste buds a treat? Instead of a normal fall picnic, take a trip to Esplanade Park on October 21 for the city’s first ever Sausage Fest. It’s free to get in, where you will be able to set up a lawn chair or blanket and taste recipes both familiar and exotic from a variety of vendors.

Fort Lauderdale Craft Beer Games & Food Festival
Another one for the foodies. If you can’t make Oktoberfest this year, try the Mass District on November 4 for this Olympic-style festival celebrating craft beers. There will be music and games as well, and every VIP ticket sold will donate $15 for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.

Art Exhibits
Not specific to the autumn season, but Fort Lauderdale is having some interesting showings in the next few months. “Til Death Do Us Art” is an exhibit made by eight South Floridian artists and will be running until October 26. Meanwhile, the “Art of Trepidation” Art Walk is October 28 and 29th, and “Visual Therapy—The Effects of Art as Manifestation on Artist and Viewer” is running through December 1st on Tuesdays through Saturdays.

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