Bonnet House

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Facility:Bonnet House
Description:Visit the Bonnet House where you can walk through the house and gardens and see the splashes of bright colors in the Florida sunlight.

Spend some time with the Bonnet House Museum and Gardens Art Collection. It's like nothing you've ever seen. You can also ask our Curator about the Bonnet House, it's history and people. Sign up for a Bonnet House Lecture to learn more about the history of the Bartletts. Take an Art Class or come for a Music Series. There's lots to do here.

Bonnet House is the legacy of Frederic Clay Bartlett's visions and talent which translated his years of exposure to the arts and architecture of Europe into a native Floridian house. Built in 1920, Mr. Bartlett's personal interpretation of a plantation house was designed to promote a gracious indoor-outdoor lifestyle filtered by coastal breezes from the Atlantic Ocean and to express his sense of whimsey with decorative delight. The life and love shared at Bonnet House radiates from within the artistry of the home and tranquility of its thirty-five acre setting. Bonnet House, named after the yellow water lily that once grew in the property's marshland, exemplifies the lives of the families who owned the property for nearly a century.
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Address 1:900 North Birch Road
Address 2:
City:Fort Lauderdale
State/Province:FL
Zip Code:33304
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Hours:Tuesday-Saturday 10 am-4 pm
Sunday Noon- 4 pm
Last tour begins at 2:30 pm

Closed Mondays and Some Holidays
Admission:Individuals $20.00
Seniors (60 & over) $18.00
Students (6-12) $16.00
Grounds only $10.00
Children under 6 Free
Bonnet House Members Free

Broward County Residents receive $3 off with proof of residency
Telephone:(954) 563-5393
Website:http://www.bonnethouse.org/index.html
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