3939 Ulmerton Rd
Clearwater, FL 33762
Phone: (727) 573-5049
Fax: (727) 573-2805
Murielle Winery is the perfect place to find a memorable gift for any special occasion. They create wines from a wide range of grape juices that have been produced around the world, providing a variety of juices that allow for a large selection of different types of wines. Individual labeled bottles can be purchased with the Murielle brand, or you can have a personalized label designed of your own to celebrate a special occasion or give as a unique gift. Single bottles are available, or purchase wine by the case. Wine tastings are available. - Vickie Ferguson
When planning a vacation along the beautiful beaches of the west coast of Florida, you will have a variety of choices to choose from when selecting accommodations, restaurants, nightlife, beaches, and family attractions. To help guide you around the popular destination cities of St Petersburg, Clearwater, and surrounding cities, a visit to the St. Petersburg/Clearwater Visitors Bureau, in person or via the official website, provides plenty of useful information. Find out about local and annual festivals taking place during your visit, hotels and transportation in the area, the best beaches and parks, sporting events, tours, and shopping venues as well as maps and directions to attractions and nearby cities. -Vickie Ferguson
Located close to the City Hall, the Town Square Plaza Park is a beautiful expanse of green space that often has tourists and locals coming in for a refreshing walk. The place is divided into different areas like picnic area, trails and England Brothers Bandshell. The England Brothers Bandshell stage hosts concerts, community functions and other events, that find famed and upcoming artists using the platform for their performances. If you are looking for a breather from the hectic city life, Town Square Plaza Park is the place to go.
This 390-acre park in the heart of urbanized Pinellas County serves a dual purpose. Its lake, maple swamp and man-made canals act as water retention devices to prevent flood damage and at the same time, wildlife in abundance is attracted to the area. Here, you'll spot small mammals and rodents and, at dusk, you may see armadillos. A mile-long elevated boardwalk winds through the swamp and oak hammock, and an observation tower at lake's edge offers an up-top view. A tour booklet available at the Anderson Environmental Center will guide you through your walk and helps you identify the wildlife. Picnicking is permitted and there is no admission fee.
Aspirations Winery imports grapes from all over the world. With this extensive selection to choose from, the winery creates interesting and great wines. Visit their tasting room and sample the varieties and discover if you like a sweeter or a more traditional wine. Order multiple bottles of your creation and give as gifts for holidays, birthdays, weddings, and corporate functions or share the experience and give a personalized gift certificate.
If you've wondered how sun and wind supply power and water and how a host of other things work, this is the spot to find out. This environmental and educational center located at a 50-acre park is highly recommended not only for its low price, but also for its fine educational offerings. You can see a lake, upland forest and wetlands environment here and spot most of the plant and animal species native to this area. A mile-long nature trail winds through the park and an Interpretative Center features wildlife exhibits, displays, information, a classroom and a laboratory.
Helping children in their spiritual growth through education and by experiencing God through the teachings of Jesus Christ is the aim of Countryside Christian Center. The Center also undertakes various missionary works to help spread the word. With immense belief and faith in the Scriptures, the Church believes in its power to change lives. Worship and Music sessions take place timely and services are held at variable times throughout the week. Open wednesdays 7pm onwards and on sundays at 9am, 11am and 6:30pm.
Situated on 21 acres, this open air historical village is home to some of the most historic buildings in Pinellas County. There are 23 structures on site, some date back to the mid to late 19 century, including a railroad depot, a church, and a school. A museum is also on site that traces the history of Pinellas County and includes a 3,500 volume library and archive room.
A children's museum is one of the few places in the world kids never hear that don't-touch warning. Great Explorations invites youngsters to crawl, climb, touch, smack and otherwise mess around with everything in sight. A Touch Tunnel is a sight deprivation maze through more than 100 feet of twisting, turning blackness. Explore Galore plays with the brains of preschoolers. Kids measure their strength and flexibility in the Bod Shop and investigate the zap of electricity at the Power Plant.
The distinct Kenwood Historic District is a renowned is a monumental district in St. Petersburg in Florida. The U.S. Historic District is an enormous 3750 acre (15.2 square kilometers) land cover. The district constitutes a mammoth 2203 historic buildings. The district swanks of a variety of architectural styles like the Craftsman Bungalow, Fame and Masonry Vernacular, Tudor Revival, Mediterranean Revival, American Foursquare and a lot of other styles. The district arranges various activities, the famed Bungalow Fest and much more. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
A green devil as a school mascot is a welcome idea if the school comes with a million-dollar tag. Founded in 1898, St. Petersburg High School in Florida reflects pride and tradition in its values and learning methodology. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984, it has approximately 2255 enrolled students. It features unique Spanish architecture and houses an enormous auditorium with a grand stage. There is a plethora of sports activities such as tennis, baseball and football courts, a cafeteria and other facilities.
The Jungle Prada Site, also referred to as the Anderson Site, is situated in St. Petersburg of Pinellas County. It features archaeological tocobaga mounds and is surrounded by a recreational area. Its history dates back to 1528, when Spanish explorer Panfilo de Narvaez discovered the site on his Florida expedition. The greenhouse museum is an extravaganza of ancient artifacts and information related to the Tocobaga Indians.