Bonnet House Museum & Gardens Fort Lauderdale

Be magically transported to the beginning of the 20th Century,
and the days of gracious living, charm and whimsy when Florida was one of the nation’s last frontier outposts.


An extraordinary blend of art, architecture, history and ecology. This 35-acre subtropical estate and historic house museum was designed by Frederic Clay Bartlett, a noted painter and art collector. Bonnet House is one of the few complete homes and studios of two American artists with original furnishings open to the public. A nature trail walk taking up to 30 minutes is available.

Built in 1920 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Bonnet House Museum & Gardens is a 35 acre subtropical estate and historic house museum. The Main House is filled with a collection of art and the personal treasures of the Birch/Bartlett families. The surrounding grounds of the estate range from a mangrove swamp to a coastal hammock, providing habitat for a variety of fish, monkeys and other wildlife.


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