The ArtsPark at Young Circle is located in a 10-acre circle named after the City's founder, Joseph Wesley Young at US 1 and Hollywood Boulevard in downtown Hollywood. Dedicated in March 2007, the ArtsPark offers residents and visitors a wide array of visual and performing arts themed educational, recreational, and entertainment activities.
The redevelopment of the park was funded by the City of Hollywood with assistance from Broward County through the Broward Country Board of County Commissioners using proceeds from the 2000 Broward County Safe Parks and Land Preservation Bond Issue.
Larry Joe Miller
Art Gallery & School
ArtsPark at Young Circle Amenities
The ArtsPark Amphitheater features a 60’ x 40’ main stage and lawn seating for 2,500 guests. This concert venue is available for rent and includes complete lighting, sound equipment, loading docks, dressing rooms and more.
The Playground fulfills the dreams of youngsters. The innovative play equipment and Splash Pad are consistently the busiest attraction at the ArtsPark.
Children are also amused and inspired by Romero Britto's Butterfly sculpture located nearby.
Visitors to the Visual Arts Pavilion can visit the gallery, see a live glass blowing demonstration or attend a Salsa class.