Wilton Manors is a place where diversity is not tolerated, but warmly embraced. This LGBTQ+-friendly community, named “second queerest city” in the U.S. by the 2010 U.S. Census, welcomes over 15,000 visitors annually for the Stonewall Pride Festival and Parade on Wilton Drive every June. And the rest of the year, Wilton Drive remains a humming meeting ground for both visitors and locals alike. The main stretch, at the heart of the city’s business district, is an energetic destination point that flaunts shopping, dining, lounges and nightclubs. With pedestrian-friendly roads, the Island City encourages you to park your car and get out to explore the town on foot. But it’s not just for the younger crowds. Families living in Wilton Manors enjoy quiet neighborhoods and top-of-the-line schools like Wilton Manors Elementary, which is the only public International Baccalaureate Primary Program in Broward County. Vibrant, welcoming and progressive—what’s not to love about Wilton Manors?