South Florida's International Scene

Tucked between Fort Lauderdale and Miami, Hollywood has enchanted South Florida visitors since the 1920s.

Originally envisioned as a motion-picture colony on the East Coast (hence the name), Hollywood is a walkable, historic city that provides a perfect backdrop for a family adventure. Festivals and street markets keep locals and visitors busy all year long. Brunch at a quaint sidewalk café or window-shop the six blocks of boutiques, stores, and art galleries along Hollywood Boulevard and Harrison Street.

Explore The Downtown Hollywood Mural Project, a collection of more than 24 curated outdoor murals by local, national and internationally recognized artists. Join a free guided walking tour the third Saturday of each month or take a self-guided tour at your leisure. After the sun sets, the clubs bounce with the rhythms of live jazz, blues, rock, R&B and Latin sounds.

Hollywood Beach is among Florida’s first designated Blue Wave beaches, because of its reputation for safety, cleanliness, and convenience. The Hollywood Beach Broadwalk offers two and a half miles of space for joggers, skaters and cyclists to play. Easy ocean access and retro charm earn the Broadwalk a ranking among America’s Best Beach Boardwalks. With its village atmosphere and family-friendly restaurants, parents are free to relax and enjoy a stress-free meal while the little ones play.