Historic Stranahan House Museum
Historic Stranahan House Museum
Historic Stranahan House Museum

Historic Stranahan House Museum Tours and Tickets

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The Historic Stranahan House Museum is the oldest surviving structure in Fort Lauderdale. It was built in 1902 as a trading post by Frank Stranahan, the founder of the city, and used by Stranahan’s wife, Ivy, as a school house. Over the decades it has also served as a post office, community center, and town hall. Today it’s a historic attraction that’s open daily for guided tours.

  • 335 SE Sixth Ave., Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33301

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