New LGBT+ Visitor Center Opens In Wilton Manors
Greater Fort Lauderdale and Broward County recently opened the area’s first LGBT+ Visitor Center to showcase attractions of interest to LGBT visitors.
Annually, 1.5 million LGBT visitors come to Fort Lauderdale and spend $1.5 billion in total during their stays.
The Visitor Center is a project completed by the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Greater Fort Lauderdale LGBT Chamber of Commerce.
The new center is located in the same building as the Greater Fort Lauderdale LGBT Chamber of Commerce in Wilton Manors.
Fort Lauderdale has the highest concentration of same-sex couple households in the country. It is also home to one of the largest Pride Centers in the country, the world’s first AIDS museum, the global headquarters of the International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association and the Stonewall Museum.
Fore more information on the center, visit gogayfortlauderdale.com.
2300 NE Seventh Ave., Wilton Manors; 954.523.3500; gogayfortlauderdale.com
Photo courtesy of LGBT+ Visitor Center
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