Discover Dunedin, Florida
Pocket parks, colorful landscaping, traditional streetlights and interesting architecture, and a Celtic heritage—these are some of the things that make up the waterfront community of Dunedin.
Its easy-to-navigate downtown is lined with antique shops, art galleries, pubs and fine restaurants. Plus, some of the world’s best beaches—Caladesi Island State Park and Honeymoon Island State Park—are just minutes away.
Dunedin has been named one of the top five small walking communities by RunThePlanet.com. The Pinellas Trail biking and walking path, which winds its way from St. Petersburg to Tarpon Springs, bisects the compact town center, making Dunedin an ideal pit-stop for bicyclists and pedestrians. The nearby Hammock Park trail also adds to the town's appeal.
Get to know this small town at the Dunedin Historical Museum, housed in a restored railroad station. Then, take in the city’s Scottish heritage at the Celtic Shop of Dunedin, or plan your visit to correspond with the popular Highland Games and Military Tattoo. Craft brew aficionados won't want to miss the hand-crafted ale at Dunedin Brewery, Florida’s oldest craft brewery. In spring, enjoy a Toronto Blue Jays spring training game.
Come evening time, Dunedin is a hot spot for dining and nightlife. Black Pearl of Dunedin is renowned for fine French dining in a romantic setting, while In The Loop at Bon Appetit serves up casual cocktails and bar eats overlooking the water. The Living Room on Main is a comfortable restaurant turned lounge perfect for fun conversations with good company.