In 1852, the Armed Occupation Act proposed a deal: families were encouraged to go to Florida, build a dwelling and farm on the land, then after 5 years the government would officially sign the land over to you. As seen on an 1847 land survey, the…

Located along the lovely Bayshore Boulevard, the Safety Harbor Museum and Cultural Center is a local hub of arts, culture, and history for the surrounding community. The museum is home to a permanent collection of artifacts relating to Safety…

A non-profit organization focused on community and historical preservation, the Dunedin History Museum has become a major part of Dunedin. Known for its exhibits, holiday events, Orange Festivals, “History Comes Alive” experiences, cocktail parties,…

In regards to Tampa as a whole, Dunedin is a small city. Though small, Dunedin has a rich history, especially when it comes to its community and its buildings. This history is not only celebrated by Dunedin’s local community, but also on a national…