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3 Tips for Enjoying Fall in Fort Lauderdale

Posted on Fort Lauderdale, Seasonal Weather September 22, 2017

Fort Lauderdale’s tropical climate makes it the perfect place to spend fall. Whether you’re traveling to the Florida city or enjoying a staycation, these tips can help you make the most of fall in Fort Lauderdale.

Attend Community Events

Fort Lauderdale hosts several great events during fall, so make sure you make plans to attend.

The city welcomes the season in September with the Riverwalk Fall Festival. Satisfy your carnivorous cravings with the Smoke on the Water BBQ Feast, held every October in Esplanade Park. October is also the month you’ll enjoy the local Comic Con and the South Florida Tequila Festival. The Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival hits town in November.

See the Panthers Play

Fall is the perfect time to cheer on the Florida Panthers. You don’t need to be an ice hockey fan to enjoy the games at the BBT&C Center in Sunrise, located just a few miles from Fort Lauderdale. There are home games every few days during hockey season, so there’s bound to be one that suits your schedule.

Prepare to Be Scared at Stranahan House

Most people visit Stranahan House for its history and architecture. When you visit in fall, the time of year when we celebrate Halloween, ghosts should be on your mind. Stranahan House employees and visitors have all had paranormal encounters within the historic home. Will you be the next guest to meet a ghost? If you’re lucky, you might get to see late members of the Stranahan family or the spirit of a young Seminole girl who regularly steals candy!

If you live in Fort Lauderdale and want to make the most of fall, contact the air conditioner experts from All Year Cooling. We’ll service your air conditioner to make your home comfortable through fall’s warm weather. Complete our contact form to arrange an appointment.


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