Visit the 21-acre living history museum located in the heart of Pinellas County. The natural pine and palmetto landscape features some of Pinellas County's most historic buildings.
Explore 33 historic attractions, including a variety of historic homes, general store, railroad depot, two schools, church, and more!
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Largo Library’s Bookmobile
Stop by Heritage Village and utilize this great resource! The Bookmobile is a convenient resource to drop-off library materials, pick-up library materials checked out online, OR peruse the new selection of books and videos right onsite. Don’t have a library card? No problem. You can even signup for a library card at the Bookmobile!
October 26, 2019
Speaking of History
A Lecture Series at Heritage Village pertaining to Pinellas County and Florida history, culture, and heritage.
2:00 p.m. in the Pinewood Cultural Park Auditorium
Cypress Gardens: America’s Tropical Wonderland
Historian and author Lu Vickers will share the story of Cypress Gardens, the world-famous tourist attraction that Dick Pope created out of swampland in Winter Haven. The flamboyant Pope, known as the “man who invented Florida,” combined a water ski show, tropical gardens, and iconic Southern Belles to create an enduring symbol of Florida.
The Destruction of Rosewood
Join Dr. Vincent Adejumo, Senior lecturer at the University of Florida, African American Studies Program, for his critical analysis of Rosewood. This predominantly black community was destroyed in 1923 during a racially motivated attack. Dr. Adejumo will explore the context of Rosewood and other majority-black cities in Florida.
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