ARTS & CULTURE
Join us for outstanding cultural experiences
From morning to night, visitors will find endless opportunities to enjoy our arts and culture.
- Pinewood Park is home to Heritage Village and the Florida Botanical Gardens.
- An open-air living history museum, Heritage Village features 30 of the county’s oldest structures, with two dating back to the Civil War era.
- The Florida Botanical Gardens feature all Florida plants, both native and non-native, wildlife nesting habitat, restored wetlands and natural bridges.
- Ruth Eckerd Hall is the area’s premiere performing art center showcasing the best in Broadway, classical music, world stage, dance, pop, country, jazz, comedy and children’s theater.
- A cultural landmark in downtown Clearwater, the Capitol Theatre brings world class entertainment in the most intimate setting.
- The Dali features the largest collection of Salvador Dali’s works outside of Spain.
- The Florida Holocaust Museum brings forth the depth of emotion from that era
- With its elegant building, the Museum of Fine Arts showcases world-renowned artists.
- Great Explorations Childrens Museum provides stimulating and intriguing exhbits designed to be touched, moved and explored.
- The David L. Mason Children’s Art Museum with its playful themes makes fine arts fun through intelligent, interactive experiences including cartoon-making, acting and stop-motion animation.
- In a way not experienced indoors, Shakespeare in the Park brings the Bard to life.
- Art shows decorate the waterfront and our parks.
- Waterfront Coachman Park is known for its outdoor concerts of all types of especially on holiday weekends.
- Clearwater Jazz Holiday, held the 3rd weekend in October fills downtown waterfront Coachman Park with music by internationally talented artists.
- Area artifacts dating back to 10,000 B.C. are presented at the Safety Harbor Museum of Regional History.
- St. Petersburg Museum of History houses a replica of the first scheduled commercial flight.