When: October 15
Time: 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
How: Book Here!!
About this tour: Southeast St. Pete
On this tour you will visit the neighborhoods of Southeast St. Pete, including the Old Southeast, Roser Park, Driftwood, The Deuces, Child’s Park, Coquina Key, Pink Streets, Princess Mound, Maximo, and more!
St. Petersburg is more than our zestful downtown; it’s a city of remarkably unique neighborhoods, each with its own flavor and flair. Now you can tour the many boroughs of St. Pete with historian Monica Kile on one of three unique tours offered in October and November aboard the Star Trolley.
Throughout the course of this three-part tour series, we will explore the mysterious Driftwood, the hidden Lang Court, or the one-of-a-kind Pink Streets neighborhoods. You might learn the story of historically African-American main streets like 22nd Street South in the Deuces, or see how the interstate and baseball stadium disrupted life in the Gas Plant district. On one tour we’ll see the stone mansions of Allendale; on another – the Mounds at Maximo. Or you might see the city’s first synagogue or the old Gangplank speakeasy at the Jungle Prado [Now called Jungle Prada]. Whichever tour you choose, you’ll learn about St. Pete’s diverse and captivating history and see sites that only a longtime local would know.