ALL ABOARD! Come and explore the many things to see and do in Hollywood. From dining and cultural activities in Historic Downtown to exploring our good nature in North Beach and oceanfront dining, shopping and recreation in central and south beach, you'll see why Hollywood has been named an All-America city and one of Fodor's best beaches for families.
The new Hollywood Trolley makes getting around Hollywood Beach and Downtown a breeze. Visitors and residents can board the trolley at more than a dozen convenient locations near Hollywood's major activity and parking areas and explore the many things to see and do in Hollywood. From dining and cultural activities in historic Downtown Hollywood; to exploring nature at Anne Kolb Nature Center and North Beach Park; to oceanfront dining, shopping and recreation along Hollywood's famous beachfront Broadwalk, you'll see why Hollywood has been named an All-America City and one of Fodor's Best Beaches for families.
The Hollywood Trolley provides a new public transportation service to improve mobility, enhance the visitor experience and ease parking demand and traffic congestion. This new service is funded through a Public Transport Service Development Grant from the Florida Department of Transportation with matching funds from the Hollywood Community Redevelopment Agency and its funding partners: City of Hollywood, Broward County, Children's Services Council and South Broward Hospital District.
About the Hollywood Trolley Transportation service for Residents and Visitors Operates every Wednesday through Sunday, 10am - 10pm Departs approximately every 30 minutes from over a dozen stops on Hollywood beach and historic downtown $1 per ride/per person - riders will pay on-board the trolley - Exact change required Children age 5 and under ride FREE Trolley Hotline: 954-921-3551 Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hollywood Trolley Routes The Hollywood Trolley offers three service line routes with colorful trolley stop signs to identify each.
Along the Broadwalk, you can stroll, walk, run, bike, or rollerblade. Built in the 1920s and now lovingly renovated, this seaside pedestrian pathway bordered by restaurants and lodgings has been called one of the Top 10 Nostalgic Promenades by USA Today.
On the beach, you'll find six miles of fun. Get up for a game of volleyball, or simply relax on the white sand and waves, and soak up the sun. Cabanas and beach chair rentals are available.
Hollywood beach has been designated a "Blue Wave Beach" by the Clean Beaches Council for 10 years in a row. It's managed responsibly, with a focus on protection of health and the environment. Jump right in, the water's warm!
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Hollywood boasts unique eco-adventures and youll find them here. We have 62 parks so make an adventure of it, and see how many parks you can discover. (Hint: There are 12 on the water).
On the North Beach line, you can find kayak and canoe rentals at West Lake Park, or visit the unique eco-friendly Sea Turtle Hatchery at Hollywood North Beach Park. Also check out Anne Kolb Nature Center, a 1,500-acre eco-system with mangroves, trails, canoe trips, eco-tours and exhibits.
Dogs and their owner's can visit the Dog Beach of Hollywood, ½ mile north of Sheridan Street to enjoy sunny afternoons with other four-legged friends.
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When you visit Downtown, make sure you bring your appetite. It's home to the area's most delicious dining, from seared steak to fresh local seafood, from authentic American to foreign flavors, from big breakfasts to divine desserts. Downtown is also home to unique boutiques, art galleries, hip nightclubs and cultural hot spots that offer another taste of Hollywood's distinct flavor.
Hop off and explore the family friendly fun of the 10-acre interactive ArtsPark at Young Circle, with its singing baobab trees, water sculpture fountain, children's play area, and featured entertainment. Young Circle is named after Joseph W. Young who envisioned and founded the city in the 1920s. The Hollywood Trolley passes his home at 1055 Hollywood Boulevard.
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The Hollywood Community Redeveloment Agency wishes to thank its funding partners for making the Hollywood Trolley Program possible: Florida Department of Transportation, Broward County, Children's Services Council of Broward County, and South Broward Hospital District.
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