Stranahan House

Interesting
Airy and elegant, the two-story frame house skirted by wide verandas is Broward County's oldest building and a graceful example of Florida pioneer architecture. A popular historical curiosity, Stranahan House stands on the site of the trading post built by pioneer Frank Stranahan to serve settlers and local Seminoles. The interior has been restored to its original condition and furnished with period objects and furniture along with a smattering of Seminole artifacts.

Useful information

Address:

335 South East 6th Avenue, 33301 Fort Lauderdale

Price:

12 $ (children 7 $)

Opening hours

guided tour only in English: daily-1pm, 2pm, 3pm

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