Hollywood is most famous for its beach boardwalk and quaint downtown district.  Hollywood, Florida provides tourists and vacationers with a distinctive mix of sand, sun and culture along with a host of entertainment and shopping opportunities.

Although it is not the Hollywood of the silver screen in California, Hollywood in Florida is an equally interesting and entertaining destination that has been delighting visitors since the 1920s. Located in south Florida between Fort Lauderdale and Miami, Hollywood in Broward County was founded back in 1925 and has been growing steadily to become the twelfth largest city in the state today. Like its California counterpart, Hollywood is a lively beach town that provides tourists and vacationers with a distinctive mix of sand and sun along with unique cultural events, great natural beauty as well as a host of entertainment and shopping opportunities.

One of Hollywood’s most popular tourist features is the one-of-a-kind oceanfront boardwalk-style promenade called the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk that stretches for two and a half miles along the Atlantic and has been recognized as one of America’s Best Beach Boardwalks by Travel and Leisure magazine. The Broadwalk is a brick-paved path with easy ocean access and small village that make it a top attraction for visitors with hundreds of great restaurants, small inns and hotels. The area is very popular with walkers, joggers, bicyclists, and roller-skating tourists who all enjoy the numerous entertainment venues, seasonal festivals, restaurants and cafes all year round.

Historic Downtown Hollywood is just minutes from the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and features unique shops and restaurants near three oceanfront parks featuring playgrounds and picnic pavilions. The 10-acre Arts Park at Young Circle is adjacent to the site of many free outdoor concerts at the Hollywood Beach Theater and a super convenient trolley service provides an easy and nostalgic way to get to and from the best attractions between the beach and downtown. Downtown Hollywood is also home to the area’s best dining venues, unique boutiques, art galleries, modern nightclubs and other cultural hot spots that all offer visitors a fresh taste of Hollywood’s distinctive mix.

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        Number of households 157,717
        Household Avg. Income 74,540
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        Population 145,150
        Population Density 3,608
        Median Age 39
        Average value of the dwelling in which household lives $266,831
        Avg. years a household has lived in dwelling. 16 years
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