Museums, Art, and Local Attractions

Art and Culture Center / Hollywood

The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood, established in 1975, is known for its contemporary gallery exhibitions and arts education programs. It operates visual arts galleries in the Kagey Home, an adjacent Arts School, and the Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center. It curates gallery exhibitions featuring local and national artists, often collaborating with organizations like the South Florida Cultural Consortium and Oolite Arts. Noteworthy partnerships include hosting the South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship Program multiple times and a forthcoming collaboration with South Arts to present the Southern Prize exhibition.


1650 Harrison St, Hollywood, FL 33020, United States. 25-30 min from location (12~ miles)


10:00 a.m.–05:00 p.m. Monday – Friday

12:00 –4:00 p.m. Saturday – Sunday

Downtown Hollywood Mural Project

The Downtown Hollywood Mural Project endeavors to enrich the cultural tapestry of Downtown Hollywood by curating contemporary outdoor murals at strategic locations. To enhance the existing cultural fabric, the project seeks to attract a multitude of art-related activities, businesses, and events to the community, fostering a dynamic and vibrant cultural scene.


1924 Harrison St, Hollywood, FL 33020, United States. ~20 min from location (13 miles)


Open 24 Hours: Monday – Sunday

Marine Environmental Education Center

Located at Hollywood North Beach Park in Hollywood, Florida, the NSU Marine Environmental Education Center occupies the historic Carpenter House, built in 1941 by Hank Carpenter. Broward County acquired the property to preserve its charm and natural beauty. Today, the center serves as a public education facility, offering a glimpse into the home’s original rooms, fixtures, hardwood floors, and beach views, alongside educational displays and live animals. 


4414 N Surf Rd, Hollywood, FL 33019, United States.  ~25 min from location (12 miles)


10:00 p.m. – 5 :00 p.m. Tuesday – Saturday

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