Activities in Hollywood


10 Group Dance Classes or 5 Private Classes at Juan Sobrino Flamenco Arts Dance Studio (Up to 86% Off)

Juan Sobrino Flamenco Arts Dance Studio

Juan Sobrino Flamenco Arts Dance Studio

Learn Flamenco styles, including sevillanas, fusion, and castanuelas, in a fun, energetic environment

$125 $41

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60-Minute Musical Instrument Lesson at Thirsty Canvas Music, LLC. (50% Off)

Thirsty Canvas Music

Hollywood

Explore the beautiful world of music with introductory guitar or piano lessons

$90 $45

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$37 for Three Fitness Classes at Polestars ($87 Value)

Polestars

Polestars

Engage in pole artistry, hula hooping, aerial fitness, flexibility training, and other creative fitness classes

$87 $37

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BYOB Wine Glass-Painting Class for One, Two, or Four at MIY Ceramics (Up to 48% Off)

MIY Ceramics

Make It Yourself Ceramics & Glass Studio

Hands-on BYOB classes in which students paint a wine glass with different varieties of glass paint and techniques

$60 $31

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Four-Hour Drift or Deep-Sea Fishing Excursion from Fanntastic Fishing (Up to 59% Off)

Fanntastic Fishing

Lady Pamela II Sportfishing Charters

Four-hour trips take participants 1– 2 miles offshore to fish for tuna, snapper, grouper, and king mackerel among natural reefs

$50 $40

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$50 for $100 Worth of Capoeira — Capoeira Corpo e Movimento

Capoeira Corpo E Movimento

Royal Poinciana

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$100 $50

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Aerial Tour for Two or Three from Miami Plane Tours(Up to 59% Off)

Miami Plane Tours

MIami Plane Tours

Aboard new aircraft with cushy leather seats and bubble windows designed to offer amazing views, guests check out Miami’s best-known sites

$320 $157

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  • The Native Village
    Upon entering The Native Village, before you even spot a loitering tortoise or run your finger across the scales of a baby alligator, you'll catch a whiff of wood fire. That scent acts as a drifting reminder of the village's purpose, which is to give visitors a glimpse into how the Seminoles lived in the Everglades during the early 1900s. For more than 30 years, The Native Village has educated guests with guided tours and live demonstrations of gator wrestling and snake handling. Today, you can stop by the property's Big Oak habitat, where alligators, caimans, and crocodiles live side by side and, consequently, have to share the same tube of toothpaste. At the Gator Hole, Lunge?a 13-foot, 1,000-pound bull alligator?stuns onlookers but doesn't faze the wrestlers wrangling him into submission with their bare hands. But the village is home to cute creatures, too. You can get your daily dose of awws by visiting Chain Saw the prairie dog, Ghost the fox, and a whole roster of other mammals, reptiles, fish, and fowl that lived alongside the early 20th-century Seminoles.
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    3551 N State Road 7(441)
    Hollywood, FL US
  • Citius Athletic Club Miami
    Gábor Pásztor has always loved sports, his passion and athleticism leading him to compete in international track-and-field meets on behalf of his home country, Hungary. Today, he brings his speed, endurance, and coordination skills to the United States to help a new generation of soccer and track-and-field stars hone their natural abilities at Citius Athletic Club Miami. At his club, he helms US Soccer Federation–registered soccer teams in competitive play against other local organizations. And he's serious about the sport: He holds practice with four different age groups of students—ranging ages 3–13—three times a week. In addition to prepping youths for league play, he and his coaches lead fundamentals classes for beginning soccer players. The fundamentals classes cover the same skills and techniques as the competitive practices, but students aren't required to compete in games or maintain perfect pitch during the "National Anthem."
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    1775 N. Bayshore Drive
    Miami, FL US
  • Hollywood Beach Cruises
    Captain Jack and his first mate, Kathy, are the smiling crew behind Hollywood Beach Cruises. Aboard the Miss Hollywood Beach, they lead romantic and educational tours of Hollywood, Dania Beach, Port Everglades, and the surrounding areas. Key sites include Millionaires’ Row, John U. Lloyd Beach State Park, some of the largest cruise ships in the world, and filming locations for various movies and TV shows.
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    300 S.W. 1st Avenue
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US
  • Hollywood Parasail
    Speeding across the crystal-clear waters just off the beach, Hollywood Parasail's captains tug parasailers of all ages behind their powerboats, hoisting them up into the air. Flights take off from the parasailing boat deck, and no experience or special equipment is necessary to ascend up over the water and cruise for approximately 10-12 minutes as confused birds look on.
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    2501 N Ocean Dr.
    Hollywood, FL US
  • VIP Cards-Dunes West Golf Club
    Originally built in 1930, Spring Hill Golf Course spans 6,665 yards of kempt fairways lined by mature trees and interspersed water hazards. The par 72 course snakes through the charming Spring Hill College campus, challenging golfers with subtle elevation changes, six ponds, and rogue professors interrogating passersby about the lost history of the mashie niblick. The driving range prepares golfers for their 18-hole odyssey, which begins with an unforgiving first hole—a 435-yard par 4 rated the course's most difficult. PGA professional Shane Allen oversees the stately grounds, employing digital video analysis in lessons for juniors, adults, and caddies desperate to determine their most intimidating post-putt howl. Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Length of 6,665 yards from the farthest tees * Course rating of 71.3 from the farthest tees * Slope rating of 124 from the farthest tees * Four tee options * Scorecard
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    4600 Hillcrest Dr.
    Hollywood, Florida US
  • A and A Beach Services
    For more than a quarter century, A&A Beach Services has given beach-goers all the tools they need to get the best rest, relaxation, and enjoyment out of their sandy stay. Thrill-seekers can rent a Yamaha jet ski and zoom over the Atlantic waves. Beach accessories such as umbrellas, cabanas, and chaise lounges furnish a happily lazy afternoon. The company?s prime spot directly on the 2.5-mile Hollywood Beach Boardwalk makes bike riding an easy and popular sightseeing activity and the best way to outrun an angry hermit crab. Everyone from single riders to families of four can enjoy their sunny jaunt with a bike inventory that includes banana bikes, kid carriers, and two- and four-seat Surreys.
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    2401 N. Broadwalk
    Hollywood, FL US

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