International Swimming Hall of Fame Admin Offices

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The International Swimming Hall of Fame is located on the barrier island on Lauderale Beach. This where many Olympian hopefuls have come to train since its opening in the 1960s. This is the only place which has two 50m pools along with a diving well and a swimming flume.

Besides the training pools, they have a museum at the entrance with the building being shaped like a giant wave. Pretty cool, that. The museum is worth stopping in for, especially during the hot summer afternoons here.

Johnny Weissmuller has his Olympic medals on display permanently since his death. You can also see one of his Tarzan films in the Huizenga Theater part of the complex if you ask nicely.

The Huizenga Theater is named for the owner of the Miami Dolphins, by the way. Here you can pick and choose any number of films to watch ranging from swimming and diving instruction to Water Safety to peices on Hall of Fame inductees.

And then there's the Interactive Computers to play with and tons of photographs and informational stuff.

The ISHOF is not time consuming enough to be a destination on its own, but it is a good part of Lauderdale culture. Who knows, you may even catch a glimpse of a gold medalist here...

PROS: Interesting
CONS: Hmm nope

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The International Swimming Hall of Fame is located on the barrier island on Lauderale Beach. This where many Olympian hopefuls have come to train since its opening in the 1960s. This is the only place which has two 50m pools along with a diving well and a swimming flume.

Besides the training pools, they have a museum at the entrance with the building being shaped like a giant wave. Pretty cool, that. The museum is worth stopping in for, especially during the hot summer afternoons here.

Johnny Weissmuller has his Olympic medals on display permanently since his death. You can also see one of his Tarzan films in the Huizenga Theater part of the complex if you ask nicely.

The Huizenga Theater is named for the owner of the Miami Dolphins, by the way. Here you can pick and choose any number of films to watch ranging from swimming and diving instruction to Water Safety to peices on Hall of Fame inductees.

And then there's the Interactive Computers to play with and tons of photographs and informational stuff.

The ISHOF is not time consuming enough to be a destination on its own, but it is a good part of Lauderdale culture. Who knows, you may even catch a glimpse of a gold medalist here...

PROS: Interesting
CONS: Hmm nope

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