Sightseeing Guide

 you  can  see it all!


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City Marina

100 Dodecanese Blvd. | 727-937-9165

Located at the head of the Anclote River with stationary finger piers and tie-off pilings, also some alongside docking. Reservations are accepted. Hours 7 days a week 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

 Cultural Center & Box Office

101 South Pinellas Ave. | 727-942-5605

Mon. to Fri. 9:00am â€" 4:00pm.
Free Admission to Exhibits

Heritage Museum

100 Beekman Lane | 727-937-0686

Open Tues. & Fri. 12:00-4:00pm. Admission $3.00
Children and members free.

Historic Downtown

East Tarpon Ave.

This district, with its eclectic blend of Antique shops, galleries, restaurants and clubs within convenient walking distance offers something for everyone.

Historic Train Depot Museum

Tarpon Springs Area Historical Society
160 E. Tarpon Ave. | 727-943-4624

Wedâ€"Sat 12:00pm â€" 3:00 pm.
Restored Train Depot with exhibit and archives. Free Admission. Archives by Appointment only.

Leepa Rattner Museum of Art

600 Klosterman Rd. | 727-712-5762

Exhibiting the modern art of Abraham Rattner and Allen Leepa, this museum is located at the Tarpon Springs campus of St. Petersburg College. Open Tues-Sat 10 am to 5 pm and Sun 1pm to 5pm.

Performing Arts Center

324 Pine St. (inside City Hall) | 727-942-5605

Theater Box Office opens one hour before show time.

Safford House Museum

23 Parkin Court | 727-937-1130


Open for guided tours Wed. & Fri. 11:00am-3:00pm
Admission $3.00; Children and members free.

St. Michael's Shrine

113 Hope Street | 727-937-4942

Be sure not to miss this quiet chapel off the main thoroughfare. It is located on an aptly named street, as a local Greek family erected the small sanctuary in thanks for their son’s miraculous cure. Open daily from 7:00am- 6pm. Tuesday’s 7:00am-7:30pm.

St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Catherdral

36 N. Pinellas Ave. | 727-937-3540

This replica of St. Sophia Cathedral in Constantinople, Turkey, is open to worshippers and visitors from 10am to 4pm daily.

Sponge Docks Fishing Village

Dodecanese Blvd.

This district has become the prime tourist attraction in Tarpon Springs. Featuring shops, restaurants and cafés, many owned by the same Greek families who established them in the early 1900’s. Spend the whole day here shopping, dining, sampling the pastries and taking a cruise down the Anclote River to the Gulf of Mexico. The docks area provides many activities such as deep-sea fishing, visiting the saltwater aquarium and learning about the sponge diving industry including divers diving for sponges in old time diving gear.

Tarpon Springs Aquarium

850 Dodecanese Blvd. | 727-938-5378 | www.Tarponspringsaquarium.com

 A spectacular living reef, once the domain of divers only, may now be experienced by all. Come and see our 120,000 gallon reef aquarium that is home to more than 30 species of sharks and fish. There are shark and alligator feeding shows, hands on exhibits and snake demonstrations.

Tarpon Springs Chamber of Commerce Visitors' Center

Located at the city marina | 100 Dodecanese Blvd. | 727-937-8028

Maps, brochures and information on things to see and do lodging, dining and entertainment in Tarpon Springs. Open Fri-Tues 10:30am to 3:30pm