Wilton Manors is a city in Broward County, Florida, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 11,632. Wilton Manors is part of the Miami–Fort Lauderdale–West Palm Beach Metropolitan Statistical Area, which was home to 5,564,635 people at the 2010 census.
Restaurants in Wilton Manors
4.5 based on 252 reviews
The best brewery space aesthetics I have ever seen. There are lots of seats, and different seating arrangements. Even though there are often many patrons, very busy, the service was fantastic. The beer selection available is diverse and there are more taps than most brewed offer. Good snacks.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
Kayak and stand up paddleboard rentals and tours are offered daily at Richardson Historic Park and Nature Preserve. We will assist you in launching into the Middle River from our sixty foot floating dock. Lessons are free! Guided tours are scheduled twice each day at 10 AM and 1 PM. Hourly rentals are available anytime from 9 AM til 4 PM, at $16 per hour (Pro-rated after 1 hour) or $40 for four hours per adult. kids 6-12 are half price, under 6 are free. Guided Urban Eco Tour is $48 per adult, half price for kids 6-12, under 6 are free. Our guided tour is second to none! See herons, egrets, ibises, and more! Our guides will share their knowledge of the area's history and ecosystem on a one and a half to two hour tour down the river. We usually have the wind at our backs on the way home, as the tradewinds blow from the East. Most times, the trees and houses along the river provide cover from any high winds. Don't miss the lagoon!
My boyfriend and I rented a double kayak for a few hours to kayak on the intercostal waterway. We saw lots of lizards and all in all it was a good adventure. Highly recommend lots of sunscreen, a hat and water! The coconut water at...MoreThanks for coming, Mia! We hope you'll return when you're back in town!
4.5 based on 379 reviews
This museum is a reproduction of a Packard showroom from the 1920s. On display are 22 Packard motor cars from the 1900s to the 1940s, all in full working order. Among them, are Roadsters with compartments for golf clubs, a doctor's coupe with a compartment for his medical bag, and a 1929 645 Dual Cowl Phaeton that can self-lubricate its chassis as it drives along the road.
this is one of the top top class automobile museums which I ever visited
I rank it to the level of the Mulhouse (France) Schlumpf Collection, which is said in the 10 best in the world.
Only-Packard Museum, but all cars maintained WITH LOVE !!! exciting for elder (who remember those cars : "He owns a Packard", meaning la crème de la crème of car owners) as well as for the younger ones, to see how BEAUTIFUL those pieces of art were designed. DO NOT MISS !!!
4.5 based on 28 reviews
This is a small (5.4 acres) city of Wilton Manors park. There is an accessible path through the park, which is partly elevated through a piece of a mangrove swamp. Throughout the path, there are a number of signs with habitat descriptions. The path leads to a boat ramp on a branch of the Middle River. Nearby, there was a concessionaire from whom you can rent a kayak. It doesn't take very long to stroll through the entire park.
There is a historic house, built in 1925, and a pavilion with many picnic tables that can be rented out for group functions. This property has some of the tallest royal palms I have ever seen.
5 based on 12 reviews
This gem of a museum focuses upon the history of LGBT people and rights in the US during the 20th century. The very detailed time line covers LGBT life in America from 1900 to 1999. Did you know, for example, that the Everard Baths was a gay baths in New York City that was raided by the police back in 1908. Or that two years before the Stonewall Bar in New York City was raided by the police sparking a revolution in gay rights back in 1969, a different bar in a different midwest city (I forgot which one) was also raided by the police sparking massive protests by the local gay community. And that this was in 1967, two years before Stonewall! Even if you think you know your LGBT history, this will reveal more than you probably know. A must visit for anyone, gay or straight, coming to South Florida!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Navigate the canals that have earned Fort Lauderdale its nickname, "Venice of America."
We happened to be on the Intracoastal Waterway (aka the ICW or I.C.W.) just before sunset. The scenery on the ICW changes constantly with different boats around you. There are many bars and restaurants along the ICW where you can dock your boat and go ashore to eat or have a cocktail. The skyline is ever-changing as are the sunsets. It would be a fun trip to take a tour boat along the ICW to learn more about the different buildings, homes or the history of the ICW.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Every time we go we get incredible deals! My favorite finds so far: two great Ikea lounge chairs for $30 each and six high-end silk ties for less than $30 total! (We're talking Joseph A Bank, Tommy Hilfiger, etc.) Not the largest selection of women's clothing, but still a great store.
4.5 based on 424 reviews
The Historic Stranahan House Museum is the City's oldest surviving structure. The story of the Stranahan House is the story of a family, a house, and a city. The Stranahan House was built in 1901 by Frank Stranahan, Fort Lauderdale's founding father, and his wife Ivy Cromartie Stranahan, the area's first school teacher. The house has served as a trading post, post office, community center, town hall and home to the Stranahans. The Stranahan House has stood at the center of Fort Lauderdales growth since it was built and played a significant role in the economic and social life of this community. Open daily for guided House tours at 1, 2, and 3pm. Special events, weddings, and holiday programs.
The Stranahan House is located on our beautiful river walk, the large trees and the water views are well worth the trip, as for the Stranahan house itself (in my opinion is a snoozer) but I’m no history buff! I will mention I was Married on this little stretch of beauty on the water & our reception was in the restaurant located directly next to the Stranahan house, At one time called “The River House” in 2005. This is the reason for the 5 stars.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Wilton Manors best kept secret, Chi Spa is an award winning, authentic Thai spa. Adorned with beautiful artwork imported directly from Thailand and soothing music flowing from our state of the art sound system, Chi Spa is a sanctuary that lets you forget the world outside.Chi Spa specializes in luxurious and therapeutic body treatments ranging from Swedish and Deep Tissue to rarer modalities such as Thai and Ashiatsu.Chi Spa was created with the dream of introducing and incorporating traditional Eastern modalities to a society accustomed to Western massage. Since 2007 we have offered world-class treatments brought to you by internationally trained therapists who are passionate about their craft. Many of our therapists are also teachers and authors in the wellness field. Chi Spa respects each individual practitioner's unique practice and skill, therefore, no two therapists will have the same technique.Before of after your massage - or just to slow down on a hectic day - we encourage you to relax in our lounge and enjoy some tea. We make your escape easy with convenient hours, seven days a week and a warm and welcoming staff, even for walk-ins. Escape to Chi Spa. Your well being is waiting....
Been going there for 7 years and we always get couples massage. Great deals and service. We have the same therapists (which tells you what a great place this is) and we are always treated with such respect and care. They always have sales going on. I highly recommend the mini spa which is 180 minutes of massage and body scrub... I walk on clouds for a week after visiting Chi Spa <3
4.5 based on 885 reviews
We wanted to see something else than the crowded Miami beach. Very clean and nice beach. Not crowded. Lifeguards on duty, felt very safe!
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