Put on your walking shoes and get ready to amble. The waterfront community of Dunedin has a very walkable downtown. Quaint antiques shops, unique art galleries, lively pubs, a micro-brewery and fine restaurants are all within easy walking distance on and off Main Street. In recognition of Dunedin’s pedestrian-friendly vibe, it has been named one of the top five small walking communities by RunThePlanet.com. Pocket parks, colorful landscaping, traditional streetlights and interesting architecture add to the town's appeal.
The Pinellas Trail biking and walking path, which winds its way from St. Petersburg to Tarpon Springs, bisects the compact town center. Visit the Dunedin Historical Society and Museum, housed in a restored railroad station. Taste the city’s Scottish heritage at the the annual Highland Games and Military Tattoo. Meander over to the Dunedin Marina, which lies just west of downtown on the Intracoastal Waterway between the Dunedin and Clearwater causeways.