Dunedin Historical Museum

An Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Station, built in 1924, that has been transformed into a regional history center.  Interactive exhibits focus on the history of Dunedin, Pinellas County, and Florida.  The museum also has special traveling exhibits that are appealing to all ages.  Come and learn about the history of Dunedin's railroads, citrus industry, pioneers, Honeymoon and Caladesi Islands, sports and city growth. Admission to the museum is a suggested donation of $2 for adults, and children under 12 are free.   Group tours of all ages and abilities may be arranged by calling the museum number listed.  The museum also owns and operates Andrews Memorial Chapel, located in Hammock Park,  which can be rented for weddings, christenings, memorial services, concerts and lectures.  Call the museum for more information.  

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ADA CompliantDisabled AccessibleWheelchair-friendly
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Hours: Tues. - Sat. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.Open Year-Round
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Family Friendly
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Off-site Venues NearbyTotal Capacity of Meeting Space: 30
Time To Experience Activity
1 - 2 hours
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Customized toursGuided ToursTour Duration: 1 Hour
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Community: Dunedin
Category: Museums

349 Main St.

Dunedin, FL 34698

Phone: 727-736-1176

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LisaAS6427PG | Sep 3, 2016
“Great rainy day visit, well worth $3! ”

So glad we stopped by! Great history of he island! Includes some WW II local history, the history of honeymoon island, orange juice industry - lots of fun facts crammed in a small place. Parking is...

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