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National Geographic Fine Art Galleries

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607 East Las Olas Booulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301-2234
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RetiredBums wrote a review Mar 2020
Davenport, Iowa54 contributions27 helpful votes
We happened to arrive as they were packing up to move the gallery contents to a gallery in Miami. Since we had made the effort to find the gallery, a very nice woman working inside unlocked the door and allowed us to enjoy the exhibits that were still there. Beautiful photos. If you are in Miami, I would recommend visiting the one there. Too bad to lose this attraction. However, we also found a few other galleries nearby that had some very interesting art.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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387indy wrote a review Aug 2019
Coral Springs, Florida4,265 contributions1,478 helpful votes
Located on Las Olas with the shops and restaurants. They have a great staff, good exhibits and fine art. I enjoyed the experience.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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catharinenyc wrote a review May 2019
New York City, New York76 contributions40 helpful votes
This is a fantastic gallery with some of the most beautiful large-scale photographs I've seen. Definitely stop in, whether you're there just to browse or are serious about purchasing a piece. Laura Dello Russo, one of the Gallery managers, is absolutely fantastic and I'd highly recommend here for any inquiries / information.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Donna B wrote a review Mar 2019
21 contributions7 helpful votes
Stumbled into this place while killing some time. Wow - so beautiful! I was familiar with one of their artists Joel Satore. His work and others did not disappoint.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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ScubaJanet wrote a review Dec 2018
Wisconsin87 contributions84 helpful votes
I can't believe I didn't know about this gallery until I saw it featured on a "Best things to do in Ft. Lauderdale". I am not one to normally visit art galleries, but I love nature and nature photography. This was worth the stop. There is no entry fee. The pictures are beautifully displayed and it is easy to walk around. Each picture is labeled with the photographers name and where the picture was taken. I find it interesting to know where it was taken. It was nice to take my time and just walk around and enjoy the photographs. The do have salespeople who will quote you a price on purchasing the pictures. They are limited to 200 each (prints) so you can imagine the prices are expensive (out of my price range!). This did not bother me, I still enjoyed the gallery and would recommend it if you like nature photography. We stopped in some other art galleries on Las Olas afterwards and this was the only one I would return to (or recommend). I wish the gallery was bigger and more pictures were displayed. I plan to stop by on another vacation and see the new pictures that they display ( I think it changes over time).
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Date of experience: December 2018
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