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Pinellas County History

Clearwater Historical Museum
Plumb House
1380 Greenwood Ave S
PO Box 175
Clearwater, FL
(727) 446-4250
Dunedin Historical Society
349 Main St.Dunedin, FL 34697
(727) 736-1176
Florida Aviation Historical Society PO Box 127 Indian Rocks Beach Indian Rocks 33535
(727) 595-2773
Gulfport Historical Society
5301 28th Avenue South Gulfport 33707
The Indian Rocks Historical Society & Museum
1507 Bay Palm Blvd, Indian Rocks Beach, FL 33785 Phone: (727) 595-2517
Largo Area Historical Society 805 South Palm Drive Largo 33541
Palm Harbor Historical Society
PO Box 1888 Palm Harbor, FL 34682
Pinellas County Historical Society
PO Box 4862 Seminole, FL 33774
St. Petersburg Historical Society 335 Second Avenue NE St. Petersburg 33701
Tarpon Springs Historical Society
160 East Tarpon Ave. Tarpon Springs, FL 34689
Treasure Island Historical Society
220 125th Ave Isle of Capris Treasure Island, Fl 33706

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Pinellas County Museums
 


Belleview Biltmore
25 Belleview Boulevard Clearwater
800-237-8947
Originally built by railroad magnate Henry Plant and opened in 1897, the stately Biltmore sits on a high bluff overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. It quickly became a favored retreat for celebrities, industrial barons and international dignitaries, who luxuriously traveled in their own railway cars. It is the oldest major resort in Florida and the largest occupied wooden structure in the Unites States. Beautifully restored, it offers visitors a wonderful glimpse of turn-of-the-century gracious living.

The Colliseum
535 Fourth Ave. N., 33701
(727) 892-5202
Opened in 1924, this huge vintage ballroom with 15,500 square feet of red oak dance floor accommodates everything from ballroom dancing to corporate functions

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The Don CeSar Beach Resort & Spa
3400 Gulf Blvd. St. Pete Beach
(727) 360-1881,(800) 282-1116
This elegant pink, four-star hotel offers almost 350 stunning first-class rooms. Known fondly as The Pink Palace, it is the only historic resort poised along the Gulf of Mexico from the Keys to the top of Texas. A reminder of America’s traditional beach resorts, it casts a rouge glow across Pass-a-Grill Island, a Mediterranean castle softly silhouetted against the blue Florida sky, accented by Moorish bell towers and imperial turrets.
Renaissance Vinoy Resort
501 Fifth Avenue N.E. St. Petersburg
(727) 894-1000
Built in 1925 during St. Petersburg’s golden era, it became the playground of the rich and famous who came to bask in Florida’s balmy weather. Designated a national historic landmark in 1992 and restored to its former glory, the hotel is as elegant and gracious as ever.
St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Cathedral
30 N. Pinellas Ave. Tarpon Springs
A replica of St. Sophia’s in Constantinople and an authentic example of New-Byzantine architecture with an interior of sculptured Grecian marble, elaborate iconography and stained glass windows
 

 

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