Palm Harbor Museum

Hartley House
Hartley House

The museum features a variety of exhibits on the history of the Palm Harbor, Crystal Beach, and the Ozona and Curlew communities, focusing on the period from when these areas of Pinellas County were first settled in the 1800s up to the present day. The historic home was built about 1915 by Thomas William Hartley, a justice of the peace, Methodist lay minister, and businessman who originally settled in this area in the early 1880's.

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Museum
Disabled Traveler Information
Disabled Accessible
Facility Amenities
Meeting FacilitiesParking
General Information
FreeHours: Open Wednesday - Friday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., Please call ahead for groups. Closed on holidays.
Guest Information
Family Friendly
Time To Experience Activity
1 - 2 hours
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Community: Palm Harbor
Category: Museums

Address
2043 Curlew Rd.

Palm Harbor, FL 34683

Phone: 727-724-3054

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Traveler Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
M V | Feb. 28, 2017
“OK, needs help & they're getting it.”

A little piece of Palm Harbor history. Quite small, a quaint place to visit en route to another venue. They recently got grant $ to improve their facilities. Jury is out.....

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