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Pinellas County Historical Museum

11909 125th Street , North
Largo, Florida 33774
Pinellas County
727-582-2123

This site is located in the WestCentral region of the state.

DIRECTIONS
From U.S. 19, turn west on Ulmerton Road and proceed to 121st Avenue. Turn left on 121st Avenue, then right on 125th Street. Continue past the Cooperative Extension Service to Gate 1 at Heritage Village (sign in front).

Located on the grounds of Heritage Village, the museum seeks to preserve the historical resources and cultural heritage of Pinellas County. The collection and exhibits focus primarily on the early history of the county. The 3,500 volume library and archives contains a collection of documents relating to Donald Roebling, inventor of the Alligator amphibious vehicle used by the Marine Corps in the Pacific.

Each spring, the Museum presents "Pinellas County Salutes the World War II Generation" which includes re-enactors, military vehicles, and period entertainment

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Pinellas County Historical Museum

  • http://www.co.pinellas.fl.us/bcc/heritag.htm
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