This performing-arts hotspot is known for its year-round eclectic mix of musicals and shows; this summer, be sure to catch performances like Kinky Boots.
This state park not only has outdoor activities and a laid-back restaurant, it’s also home to a massive banyan tree that was planted more than 120 years ago.
This hybrid day-night club at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino boasts a pool and rooftop bar, and often welcomes headliners like The Chainsmokers and Cedric Gervais.
This ice cream shop known for over-the-top concoctions is part-owned by a Grammy-nominated rapper. Be sure to stop by in July in honor of National Ice Cream Month.
This laid-back city is known as Florida’s beach-diving capital thanks to a living coral reef just 100 yards offshore. If you go, visit the SS Copenhagen, a British steamship that wrecked here in 1900 and is now considered an Underwater Archaeological Preserve.
This no-frills Cuban eatery was built in 1976 by Luis Valdes Sr.; it’s a can’t-miss when driving on one of Broward’s busiest roads. Be sure to order a café con leche and a Cuban sandwich.
This neighborhood used to be a collection of rundown warehouses but has evolved into a destination featuring public art, monthly markets, and a handful of culinary gems.
American professional soccer club Inter Miami CF is currently playing here, the site of the former Lockhart Stadium; catch a game now through the fall season.
Newly reopened, this 10,000-square-foot Hollywood market features a vast inventory of vendors selling everything from handmade soaps to Argentinian empanadas.
Answers: 1. Broward Center for the Performing Arts 2. Hugh Taylor Birch State Park 3. DAER Nightclub 4. Notorious Creamery 5. Lauderdale-By-The-Sea 6. 925 Nuevo’s Cubano’s 7. The MASS District 8. DRV PNK Stadium 9. Yellow Green Farmers Market