100 Things to Do in Broward County Before You Die (#20-1)
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It's been a long journey, folks, but your patience has paid off. We're happy to bring you our final installment of the best list of the year: 100 things to do in Broward County before you die. Here ya go, friends -- the whole dang list! Enjoy!
See also: 100 Things to Do in Broward County Before You Die (# 81-100),
100 Things to Do in Broward County Before You Die (# 80-61),
100 Things to Do in Broward County Before You Die (#60-41),
and 100 Things to Do in Broward County Before You Die (#40-21)
Or see the whole list here: 100 Things to Do in Broward County Before You Die
20. Visit a psychic.
Broward County is a hot spot for Romani immigrants. You can find fortunetellers all along U.S. 1 or at the Metaphysical Chapel of Fort Lauderdale.
19. Jump in the hot tub at Bahia Cabana.
Photo by Kristen Bjornsen
Or just step in gingerly. Dare ya!
18. Take in a local movie and TV marathon.
There's Something About Mary, Analyze This, Marley and Me, Dexter, The Glades, Rock of Ages, and Burn Notice -- all have scenes filmed around here. Ted and Mary's high school was actually the City of Plantation Town Hall, and Revolution Live was the central club featured in Rock of Ages. Dexter used the Illini Condo building and South Beach Park.
17. Whack golf balls into the lake at Aqua Golf Range in Pembroke Park.
Also featured in There's Something About Mary.
16. See a real IMAX movie at the Museum of Discovery and Science.
Enough of this BS. New "digital IMAX" theaters are just regular ones with special projectors, but the MODS theater is truly special: a 60-by-80-foot screen that curves around a five-story-tall room and has 42 speakers pumping out 15,000 watts of crisp, heart-palpitation-inducing digital sound -- an experience that leaves you dizzy and slightly out of breath.
15. Join Fort Lauderdale's Critical Mass.
Meet on the last Friday of every month from the War Memorial Auditorium at 7 p.m. for a mellow 14-mile route.