Dunedin Historical Museum

★★★★★
  • 349 Main St

    Dunedin, FL 34698

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  • 727-736-1176

About Dunedin Historical Museum

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Tue - Sat, 10am - 2pm; Sun, Mon, closed

Arts & Entertainment

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The current feature exhibit at the Dunedin Historical Museum continues the standard of excellence set by this institution. The variety and quality of items in the exhibit and the background of the expeditions are professionally presented. Don't miss the other rooms featuring railroad and history memorabilia, (be sure to ring the chimes for dinner call), Granny's Gadgets, and Toy History. These will be there until the fall, so call and check on what comes next. It's gauranteed to be interesting and fun for all ages.

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★★★★★

The current feature exhibit at the Dunedin Historical Museum continues the standard of excellence set by this institution. The variety and quality of items in the exhibit and the background of the expeditions are professionally presented. Don't miss the other rooms featuring railroad and history memorabilia, (be sure to ring the chimes for dinner call), Granny's Gadgets, and Toy History. These will be there until the fall, so call and check on what comes next. It's gauranteed to be interesting and fun for all ages.

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The Dunedin Historical Society and Museum makes for a great Saturday afternoon activity. The museum Director, Vinnie Luisi, has actively encouraged museum-led programs around the community, including the Pinellas Vintage Base Ball League, summer camps for children, the historical landmark Andrews Memorial Chapel, and living history programs. He has written several books as well.

The Dunedin museum also changes exhibits frequently. At the time of this review, they have had Florida space, sailing, and alligator/seminole exhibits in the past several months. Their exhibits are fun and rich with information. Even the old train station building in which the museum functions is an integral part of Dunedin's long history as one of the first established cities in Florida. Go see it for yourself!

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★★★★★

The Dunedin Historical Society and Museum makes for a great Saturday afternoon activity. The museum Director, Vinnie Luisi, has actively encouraged museum-led programs around the community, including the Pinellas Vintage Base Ball League, summer camps for children, the historical landmark Andrews Memorial Chapel, and living history programs. He has written several books as well.

The Dunedin museum also changes exhibits frequently. At the time of this review, they have had Florida space, sailing, and alligator/seminole exhibits in the past several months. Their exhibits are fun and rich with information. Even the old train station building in which the museum functions is an integral part of Dunedin's long history as one of the first established cities in Florida. Go see it for yourself!

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The Dunedin Historical Society and Museum makes for a great Saturday afternoon activity. The museum Director, Vinnie Luisi, has actively encouraged museum-led programs around the community, including the Pinellas Vintage Base Ball League, summer camps for children, the historical landmark Andrews Memorial Chapel, and living history programs. He has written several books as well.

The Dunedin museum also changes exhibits frequently. At the time of this review, they have had Florida space, sailing, and alligator/seminole exhibits in the past several months. Their exhibits are fun and rich with information. Even the old train station building in which the museum functions is an integral part of Dunedin's long history as one of the first established cities in Florida. Go see it for yourself

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★★★★★

The Dunedin Historical Society and Museum makes for a great Saturday afternoon activity. The museum Director, Vinnie Luisi, has actively encouraged museum-led programs around the community, including the Pinellas Vintage Base Ball League, summer camps for children, the historical landmark Andrews Memorial Chapel, and living history programs. He has written several books as well.

The Dunedin museum also changes exhibits frequently. At the time of this review, they have had Florida space, sailing, and alligator/seminole exhibits in the past several months. Their exhibits are fun and rich with information. Even the old train station building in which the museum functions is an integral part of Dunedin's long history as one of the first established cities in Florida. Go see it for yourself

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Located in the old train station, the museum contains artifacts, photographs and a library pertaining to local and Florida History. Included in the museum collection is a CD computer program of the Dunedin Times Newspaper, from 1924 through 1965. The collection includes antique clothing, household tools and utensils used by Dunedin pioneer families during the 1870s through the 1900s. City history includes original material from the Dunedin Post Office, Dunedins first bank and other major companies in the Dunedin area, including the Orange Concentrate plant.

The Society's mission is the collection, preservation and promotion of the community of Dunedin and Florida history.

Hours:
Tuesday - Saturday
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Suggested Donation
Adults $2.00
Children under 12 Free

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★★★★☆

Located in the old train station, the museum contains artifacts, photographs and a library pertaining to local and Florida History. Included in the museum collection is a CD computer program of the Dunedin Times Newspaper, from 1924 through 1965. The collection includes antique clothing, household tools and utensils used by Dunedin pioneer families during the 1870s through the 1900s. City history includes original material from the Dunedin Post Office, Dunedins first bank and other major companies in the Dunedin area, including the Orange Concentrate plant.

The Society's mission is the collection, preservation and promotion of the community of Dunedin and Florida history.

Hours:
Tuesday - Saturday
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Suggested Donation
Adults $2.00
Children under 12 Free

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