The Stranahan House was built in 1901 as a trading post for settlers and Seminole Indians. The building's purpose evolved to a post office, bank, town hall, dance hall, restaurant and residence for Frank and Ivy Stranahan. Today, the historic structure acts as a bridge between Fort Lauderdale's historic and cultural districts.
Experience the charm of old Fort Lauderdale's rich history through the lives of its earliest residents at the Fort Lauderdale Historical Society Museum of History, the King-Cromartie House Museum, the Bonnet House Museum & Gardens, and the Stranahan House. Then, enjoy present-day Fort Lauderdale with world-class shopping and dining at The Galleria of Fort Lauderdale.
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