The St. Petersburg Museum of History is bringing you FREE guided tours with paid admission every Saturday at 2PM during August and September! Join one of our trained Docents for a 30-minute guided tour and experience a deeper look at our exhibits and St. Pete's past!
Tours are limited to 15 people per day, so we highly recommended you call 727-894-1052 X200 to reserve your spot.
Our current exhibits include:
Building the Sunshine City - The Hough Family Gallery's main exhibit explores the Sunshine City's creation, from pioneer days to now.
Schrader's Little Cooperstown - The world's largest collection of autographed baseballs (certified by Guinness) including rare autographs from players and celebrities alike.
Flight One Gallery - The story of the world's first commercial flight and the legendary pilot Tony Jannus who made that flight in 1914. See the only working replica of the famous Benoist airboat.
St. Petersburg Gallery - Artifacts and stories from the early days of St. Petersburg. Features Webb's City - the World's Most Unusual Drug Store, World War II and an open discussion on the history of the Green Bench.
The Odditorium - A collection of unique artifacts that have found their way to St. Pete, including a 3,000-year-old Egyptian mummy.
Piers Through the Years - Presented by Pilot Bank, the history of our downtown waterfront piers dating back to 1898.
Organizations or private groups interested in their own personal Group Tour (with a minimum of 10 people) can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parking next to the Museum can be found in St. Pete Pier's Dolphin Lot. Other close parking includes the Pier's Pelican Lot, the Sundial Parking Garage or city street parking. Rates and directions can be found on the Pier and City websites.
Organized by St. Petersburg Museum of History
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