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With 24 miles of golden beaches, over 4,000 restaurants, and 16 museums, it’s no wonder Fort Lauderdale is one of the country’s top vacation destinations. Besides beaches, museums, and great food, the city’s 300 miles of inland waterways have earned it the nickname “The Venice of America” and have also made it one of the country’s premier destinations for boating. Whether you’re traveling to Fort Lauderdale just for lunch on Las Olas or to embark on the cruise of a lifetime, Brightline can get you there.

KEY FACTS

check Station is located at 101 NW 2nd Avenue 

check Convenient connections to Broward Transit buses and Sun Trolley

check Whether you’re biking or catching a ride with Brightline+, our station is within range of Las Olas, Downtown Fort Lauderdale, and Lauderdale Beaches

Where can Brightline take you in Fort Lauderdale?

Within walking distance of our downtown Fort Lauderdale station, you’ll have easy access to the  Museum of Discovery and Science, the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, and FATVillage Arts District


Even the beach is within easy reach with Brightline+. Starting December 1st, our new mobility fleet can seamlessly get you to and from Las Olas Beach (3.8 mi. away), as well as the city’s most popular oceanfront parks, hotels, and restaurants. The Brightline+ fleet of eco-friendly vehicles is also a convenient option if you’re interested in strolling along the Riverwalk (1 mi. away), visiting the incredible gardens of historic Bonnet House (3.7 mi. away), or shopping at Galleria Fort Lauderdale (3.2 mi. away).