335 SE 6th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
Stranahan House Museum is a hidden historical gem among the tall modern buildings of downtown Fort Lauderdale. Located on the Tarpon Bend section of the New River this waterfront event is ideal for your next corporate event, birthday party or romantic and timeless wedding.
The actual site of the Stranahan House was originally used by Ohio native Frank Stranahan as a trading post with Seminole Indians. The house was later built in 1901 with the lower level was designated as a trading post whereas the upper level was used as a community hall. As his business grew, Frank Stranahan moved his business to a separate location and opted to make the house his home instead. Its unique history has earned the Stanahan House the honor and distinction of being considered one of South Florida’s few historical sites.
This beautiful, historic, waterfront setting can accommodate up to 150 guests although special considerations can be discussed for parties of 150 or more. Its proximity to downtown Fort Lauderdale adds to not only its convenience but to its unique setting. If you want to create beautiful timeless memories Stanahan House and Museum is the right choice for your next South Florida catered event.