Galleries are Temporarily Closed
Hours and Admission
Tuesday – Friday, 10 am – 5 pm
Saturday – Sunday, Noon – 4 pm
The Center is closed on Mondays.
Members of the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood
Children ages 3 and under
All guests on the third Sunday of each month
Active U.S. military personnel (with valid military ID)
Teachers (with valid school ID)
NARM members (with valid membership card)
$7 - General admission
$4 - Students (with valid school ID), Youth ages 4-17, Seniors ages 65 and up
Art and Culture Center/Hollywood
1650 Harrison St.
Hollywood, FL 33020
The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood is located one block south of Hollywood Boulevard at the corner of S 17th Ave. and Harrison Street, across from Arts Park at Young Circle.
There is ample free parking in two lots on the east and west sides of the Art and Culture Center.
For directions, call Visitor Services at 954-921-3274.
Visitor Policies and Accessibility
No backpacks, large bags, or strollers are permitted in the galleries.
Food and drinks are permitted only in the lobby area and not in the galleries.
Smoking is not permitted inside the building.
Photography in the galleries is permitted for personal (non-commercial) use.
The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood is committed to making its programs and facilities accessible to all of our guests. The Center welcomes visitors with disabilities. A wheelchair ramp is available at the front on the building on the east end of the breezeway. The Center’s entrance, public spaces, and galleries are wheelchair accessible. The second floor’s Community Gallery is accessible by elevator. Designated handicapped parking is available in the east parking lot.
The Americans with Disabilities Act defines a service animal as any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability. These service animals are welcomed in the Center’s public spaces during operating hours.
Extend Your Visit
Extend your visit to the Center by experiencing Hollywood Beach and the outdoor murals, indie films, art galleries, ArtsPark, and dozens of restaurants just blocks away in Downtown Hollywood.
Visit FloridasHollywood.org for more information about Hollywood.
Downtown Hollywood Arts District
Historic Downtown Hollywood offers a growing arts and culture hub that includes outdoor murals, art installments, galleries and the 10-acre ArtsPark at Young Circle, which hosts weekly activities for families, foodies, art enthusiasts, locals and visitors alike. Looking for delicious food? Downtown Hollywood has numerous options for any budget and taste. A free, electric golf cart service called the Sun Shuttle is available to take you from Hollywood Beach to Downtown Hollywood and back. Just download the “Ride Circuit” app to arrange for your pick-up or flag one passing by.
Hollywood Beach and Broadwalk
Visit the award-winning Hollywood Beach and its world-famous Broadwalk. This brick-paved thoroughfare stretches nearly two-and-a-half miles along the Atlantic and features over 50 restaurants, over 30 boutiques and shops, three oceanfront resorts, nearly 30 Superior Small Lodging hotels and three oceanfront parks. It was named one of America’s Best Beach Boardwalks by Travel + Leisure magazine!
The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood
is located in the former home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kagey, a founding family in Hollywood. The historic mansion was built in 1924 and is a beautiful example
of Mediterranean Revival architecture.