In Florida’s Hollywood, plenty of events, entertainment and unique attractions are free.
Fees for parking may apply.
Free Things To Do include
Lovely park on Hollywood Boulevard and Federal Highway in Downtown Hollywood with art studios, a fountain, playground, splash pad, walking path, and distinctive trees from Africa — baobabs.
Note — When issuing vaccines, TY Park is open for regular activities Sundays and Mondays, and not other days
- TY Park in Hollywood, includes tennis, picnic tables & a 2-mile paved path primarily around a lake for walking, running, biking & skateboarding, 3300 N. Park Road, Hollywood 33021, 954-357-8811, TY Park in Hollywood is lovely venue for outdoor exercise & relaxation, free entry & free parking week days, and weekend fees are waived until further notice
Free outdoor movies
Free family-friendly films outdoors in ArtsPark on Hollywood Boulevard and Federal Highway in Hollywood. Bring lawn chair or blanket, movies are usually 8 p.m. Fridays, including
- May 21 “Lego Movie 2”
- May 28 “Moana”
Downtown Hollywood murals
About 30 original works of art are painted on buildings in an easily walkable route. The display includes artists from South Florida & other parts of the world. Murals are on Harrison Street, Hollywood Boulevard, 19th Avenue & 20th Avenue & other side streets. Read feature
Hollywood Beach Broadwalk
Hollywood Beach Broadwalk is a 2.5-mile pedestrian promenade between waves rolling ashore and shops, hotels & restaurants. Parking fees apply.
Yellow Green market
Popular venue with independent food vendors, artisan vendors, & outdoor seating, 3080 Sheridan Street,
Hollywood 33021, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturdays & Sundays, free & paid parking, website
- Downtown Hollywood ArtWalk resumes June 19 and other third Saturdays
Quaint walkable low-rise downtown with independent shops, restaurants and galleries. Includes Hollywood Boulevard, Harrison Street and side streets from 22nd Avenue to about 14th Avenue.
Free entry days at Art & Culture Center
Entry is free third Sundays. Venue features art exhibits and occasionally interactive family activities. Read Free entry day at Art & Culture Center of Hollywood, 1650 Harrison Street, Hollywood. Regular fees are $7 for adults, $4 for kids, students, and senors. Free entry for teachers and United States active military with ID.
Dream Car Classic
Dream Car Classic, downtown Hollywood, usually 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. first Sundays, 1900 block of Hollywood Boulevard, 33020, free entry unless registering a vehicle, which is $20, 954-825-1027, website
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