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St. Petersburg General Attractions

The Mall at Sundial
DESCRIPTION: This venue, formerly called Baywalk, boasts a lively atmosphere throughout the year, hosting a variety of live music performances, festivals, special events, fine dining, shopping and a 20-screen Muvico cineplex in the heart of downtown. Restaurants include Dan Marino’s Restaurant, Gratzzi’s Ristorante, Johnny Rockets and Wet Willie’s. Enjoy the popular Salsa Saturdays in the courtyard.
ADMISSION: Free
DAYS & HOURS: restaurant and club hours vary; concerts In The Courtyard are every Friday 6p-9p, the BayWalk Jazz Series on the last Friday of every month
ADDRESS: 151 2nd Street North, St. Petersburg, FL MAP
PARKING: plenty of connected parking spaces
PHONE: listed by tenant on website
WEBSITE: https://sundialstpete.com

St. Petersburg Museum of History
DESCRIPTION: Displays and exhibits depicting St. Petersburg’s past, including 1930s movie stills and a 1920s beaded flapper dress, a 1929 Model A Ford pickup truck outfitted for bootlegging and an exact replica of the world’s first commercial airliner. In addition to exhibits, the museum collection includes 32,000 artifacts, and an archive of over 8000 historic photos and 5000 documents.
ADMISSION: Adults $12, age 60+ and Students with ID $9, ages 7-17 $7, age 5 and under FREE
DAYS & HOURS: Sun 1p-5p, Tue-Sat 10a-5p
ADDRESS: 335 2nd Avenue North, St. Petersburg, FL MAP
PARKING: free on premises
PHONE: 727-894-1052
WEBSITE: http://spmoh.com

Florida Holocaust Museum
DESCRIPTION: Honors the memory of millions of innocent men, women, and children who suffered or died in the Nazi Holocaust. The museum is dedicated to teaching members of all races and cultures to recognize the inherent worth and dignity of human life in order to prevent future genocides around the world.
ADMISSION: Adults $12, Seniors $10, College students $9, ages 18-6 $6, ages 6 and under FREE; AAA members receive $1 off; audio tours available at no extra charge
DAYS & HOURS: daily 10a-5p; closed on Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day
ADDRESS: 55 5th Street South, St. Petersburg, FL MAP
PARKING: free, but limited on the premises; metered parking on the street
PHONE: 727-820-0100
WEBSITE: http://www.flholocaustmuseum.org

Sunken Gardens
DESCRIPTION: This unique four-acre garden with meandering paths drops 15 feet below street level and has unique specimen tropical trees and flowering plants; a historic attraction since 1935, this botanical paradise in the city, is home to some of the oldest and most exotic tropical plants in the region, plus cascading waterfalls and demonstration gardens, more than 50,000 tropical plants and flowers
DAYS & HOURS: Mon-Sat 10a-4:30p, Sun Noon-4:30p
ADMISSION: Adults $10, age 55+ $8, age 2-11 $6, age 1 and under enter FREE
ADDRESS: 1825 Fourth Street North, St. Petersburg, FL MAP
PHONE: 727-893-7336
WEBSITE: https://www.stpete.org/attractions/sunken_gardens/index.php

Heritage Village
DESCRIPTION: 21 acres of living history structures on scenic acres depicting early Florida lifestyle. The museum has an African American History project documenting their earliest experiences and achievements. The homes range from a log cabin, the oldest structure in Pinellas County, to the magnificent Queen Anne-style House of Seven Gables. Heritage Village Archives & Library is home to 3,500 books and periodicals plus historic photographs, maps, special collections and other materials relating to the history of Pinellas County. While the majority of the Village is self-guided, guided tours of Seven Gables, Plant-Sumner, and Walsingham houses and the HC Smith Store last about 25 minutes each.
ADMISSION: donations welcome
DAYS & HOURS: Tue-Sat 10a-4p, Sun 1p-4p
ADDRESS: 11909 125th Street North, Largo, FL MAP
PARKING: on street
PHONE: 727-582-2123
WEBSITE: https://www.pinellascounty.org/heritage/

John’s Pass Fishing Village
DESCRIPTION: A quaint turn-of-the-century fishing village and boardwalk that features over 100 shops and restaurants; what distinguishes the attraction is its local fishing fleet, day cruises, boat rentals, parasailing and jet skiing; with the beach a short stroll away, the atmosphere is very relaxing for singles,couples or families
ADMISSION: Free
DAYS & HOURS: daily
ADDRESS: Village Blvd and 104th Avenue, Madeira Beach, FL MAP
PARKING: plenty of nearby parking spaces
PHONE: varies by tenant
WEBSITE: https://www.johnspass.com

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