655 S. Gulfview Blvd., Clearwater Beach, FL, US, 33767
- Phone: (727) 442-7171
- Fax: (727) 446-7177
Arts & Museums
Located in the original station for the Orange Belt Railroad System that dates back to 1889, this museum houses approximately 2,000 artifacts, 2,500 photographs, and a library containing 200 volumes, all of which depict the history of Dunedin and Pinellas County.
Focusing on the works of contemporary artists, this hands-on museum showcases Florida's fine art in their three exhibition galleries. There are also ten classrooms in the museum and many art activities for both the young and old are available.
Permanent and changing exhibitions of contemporary art, created by Florida artists from the 1960s to the present, are showcased at this museum that also offers educational programs, classes, and workshops such as lectures, films tours, drawing, ceramics, and painting.
Situated on the site of a historic Tocobaga Indian shell mound on the shore of the Old Tampa Bay, this Florida history and archaeology museum features artifacts about this regional area from prehistoric times to Aboriginal Indians and pioneers.
Housed in the old Tarpon Springs City Hall building, this cultural center offers a wide variety of cultural exhibits, presentations, and shows which promote and preserve the city's Greek heritage, culture, and natural resources. Performances that span the entire range of the arts are also presented here and gifts and souvenirs are available.
A unique learning science center that features a wide array of hands-on science educational activities for children and adults plus features a a theatre and planetarium, an observatory complete with a powerful Meade 16 inch telescope, a marine exhibit and touch tank, and a 16th century Florida village which displays life as it was in Tampa Bay in the early 1500s.
A permanent collection of 150 commemorative brass rubbings and reproductions that date back to the seventh century is featured at this museum.
Founded in 1917, this arts center presents exhibitions and invitational shows by nationally recognized art professionals and award-winning Florida artists plus offers many classes in a wide variety of media for both adults and children.
The fourth largest Holocaust museum in the country, this museum honors the millions of innocent men, women, and children who suffered or died in the Holocaust and includes extraordinary permanent exhibits and unique traveling collections of Holocaust art. One of only three original boxcars in the United States is also located at this museum.
Florida's East Coast only comprehensive art collection is located at this unique museum which contains a wide range of French, Asian, American Indian, American, European, pre-Columbian, Greek and Roman, and photography artwork.
Learn about the history of St. Petersburg that shaped it into the beautiful city in which it is today while at this museum that is filled with artifacts, exhibits, photographs, postcards, and books.
Home to the world's most comprehensive collection of works by Salvador Dali, the late Spanish surrealist, this museum also offers guided tours and includes an extensive museum store.