The Stranahan House represents more than a century of Florida's history. The house itself dates back to 1901, when it was built by entrepreneur and landowner Frank Stranahan. Originally from Ohio, Stranahan was instrumental in the settlement and development of what would eventually become Fort Lauderdale.
Since 1984, the home has been open to the public as a museum that reflects life at the beginning of the 20th century, and tells the history of the region before cities like Miami and Fort Lauderdale were established. The Stranahan House hosts more than 10,000 visitors each year, including school groups and field trips, and also holds special events on holidays.
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