Extending a mile out into the silvery waters of Tampa Bay, this five-story upside-down pyramid at the end of the city's ... More
Extending a mile out into the silvery waters of Tampa Bay, this five-story upside-down pyramid at the end of the city's famed Pier shimmers in the sun. Here, you will find a variety of stores, restaurants, evening entertainment spots and the city's aquarium plus a hands-on museum. You can sail off on a sightseeing cruise or a pirate adventure. On the ground floor is a replica of the HMS Bounty with galleries and boutiques. Top floors have an aquarium, Hands-On exhibits from the Great Explorations Children's Museum, and an observation area.
St. Petersburg Museum Of History has been amassing exhibits since 1920, the early boom days of St. Petersburg. A decidedly
eclectic collection, the items range from fossilized footprints to St. Pete's famous green benches. There's an audio visual presentation, ...
A children's museum is one of the few places in the world kids never hear that don't touch warning. Great
Explorations invites youngsters to crawl, climb, touch, smack and otherwise mess around with everything in sight. A Touch Tunnel ...
Enjoy beautiful and scenic water views while staying at this exclusive, historic, Spanish Mission style hotel where guests will appreciate
the quality service and casual elegance provided. Exquisite luxury waterfront suites are available by the day, week or month ...