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The St Petersburg Pier - Shopping, Dining, and

Shopping:  16 retail stores with souvenirs and one of a
kind collectible items, a retail art gallery and newly added
Pier Winery featuring the  exotic fruits of Florida including
their best seller- Mango Mama

Dining:  with four fantastic sit-down restaurants and a
food court with   burgers, Chinese food, Pizza and ice
cream- whether you desire an   elegant, casual or fast bite
to eat, they have something for everyone!

Adventure:  They offer Dolphin Sightseeing Cruises on The Dolphin Queen; Boating at The Pier offers
Sunset and Luncheon cruises on chartered sailboats; or you can rent an electric boat- giving you a quiet
and smooth ride on Tampa Bay, or rent kayaks at Electric Marina; the Bait House provides bait and
fishing poles for fishing off the catwalk; and you and your family can rent a surrey bike or a Chopper at
Wheel Fun Rentals! Pier Aquarium on the second floor provides wonder and insight to the
local waterways of the Tampa Bay area with an educated staff that leads tours through the aquarium.  
Also, they just installed a fantastic new listening device located under The Pier to catch sea life

The Pier is located at 800 2nd Ave. at the Waterfront in downtown St. Petersburg. You can visit them on
the web at

Salavdor Dali Museum
The world's largest private collection of Dali artwork - oils, watercolors, drawings, graphics, and sculptures.
There's daily guided tours and a gift shop.
Located in downtown St Petersburg at 1000 Third St.

Tampa Bay Devil Rays
Major League Baseball's Devil Rays play their home games at Tropicana Field
located close to downtown St Petersburg and clearly.  This is a great thing to do if you're looking to catch a
game and take a break from the summer heat as this is an indoor Stadium.

Sunken Gardens
This unique 4-acre garden with meandering paths drops 15 feet below street level and combines lush tropical
areas with flowing ponds and waterfalls.  There's also a butterfly aviary with 300 native butterflies, exotic
flowering trees and fruit trees.
1825 Fourth St.

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