Photo & Filming Guidelines
For the enjoyment of all of our visitors, the protection of our historical resources and for your own safety, certain policies
must be in place. Professional and Commercial Photographers must register in the Visitor Center upon arrival. Please review our Photo & Filming Guidelines.
Speaking of History Series - flyer
Sundays - 2 p.m. - Starting October 11
During the 2015-2016 year, both Heritage Village and the Pinellas County Historical Society (PCHS) celebrate their fortieth anniversaries. The first four “Speaking of History” programs retrace the history of the Village and the structures that moved to our site.
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. - flyer
The 37th Heritage Village Country Jubilee is the first place to search for gifts for the upcoming holiday season. Giant flea market and book sale a special feature. Handmade holiday crafts, paintings, jewelry, stained glass and wooden treasures are among the offerings as well as musical entertainment, tours of historical homes, and demonstrations of traditional crafts.
Presented by the Pinellas County Historical Society.
Boat Shop Fund Raising
Cruising into Coastal History
Boat Shop to open at Country Jubilee on October 24, 2015!
Make your donation of $250 or more by September 30 and be listed on plaque inside Boat Shop!
Heritage Village is seeking funds to construct a building patterned after the boat shops in which area boat builders practiced their craft in days gone by. This building will house vintage boats and other materials related to the county’s rich coastal history.
Holidays at the Village
November 28 - January 3
Normal operating hours.
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays
Closed December 25 and January 1
Share the holiday season at Pinellas County’s Heritage Village, enchanting visitors to this 21-acre living history museum. Historical houses will be decorated true to their time period, locality and lifestyle, from an elaborately decorated Victorian home to a simply adorned 1852 log cabin.
Turner Bungalow Restoration Project
The Turner bungalow was moved from 801 S. Fort Harrison in downtown Clearwater to Heritage Village in January 2014. The historic structure was the home of Alfred Cleveland and Amber Clark Turner and remained in the family throughout its history. The 1915 home is of the distinct Florida vernacular bungalow style of that time period. Heritage Village is seeking donations to restore and preserve the historic value of the structure, providing visitors the opportunity to enjoy and learn from this important piece of Clearwater’s history and the history of Florida vernacular architecture.
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