Things to Do in Dunedin

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Things to Do in Dunedin

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  • hmonta401044
    Palm Harbor, FL2 contributions
    Clean beach. We took the ferry to go to the other side oof the island from Honeymoon Island beach. Great customer service and fun. We also saw dolphins. Great beach.
    Written June 2, 2022
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  • Greg P
    Florida797 contributions
    Spent hours there and the birding was very good. Go in the morning to escape the heat. There is plenty of shade and the information shop is very helpful.
    Written June 30, 2022
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  • Paige A
    2 contributions
    Just do it. This trail takes you through neighborhoods, the adorable town of Dunedin, cafes, baseball parks and near the shoreline. Well shaded, level and just great to be outdoors.
    Written May 24, 2022
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  • Cherry_Wonderdog
    New England2,861 contributions
    Small, peaceful little park in Dunedin. Not a lot happening, but it was worth walking through. If you have a dog, like Cherry Wonderdog, you might want to walk it here. If you get tired, you can even sit on one of the benches.
    Written April 9, 2022
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  • FrequentTraveler1225
    Wesley Chapel, FL578 contributions
    Home field for the Toronto Blue Jays located in a small downtown neighborhood. Both business and neighbors offer parking in close proximity to the stadium. The staff at the stadium were welcoming and friendly. Happened to be a give away day which was nice! Overall the place was neat and clean, including the restrooms. Not too many seats available in the shade so sunscreen is a must. If you forget to bring some there are lotion stations located near the concessions. We enjoyed walking around the entire stadium seeing the game from other viewing points. Very kid friendly too with lawn games etc. A very nice time was had, we will definitely return.
    Written April 12, 2022
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  • SaraT
    14 contributions
    There's usually an interesting exhibit and the classes can't be beat. Very good instructors, and if you're here for only a short time, there's often a one-day thing to do Great for all ages. Truly a gem in the area.
    Written December 17, 2020
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  • Cherry_Wonderdog
    New England2,861 contributions
    Very pretty little park off the Pinellas Trail. Good for little kids, cyclists, and folks driving around for a place to walk near the water. There’s a playground for the little ones, gravel paths, and a boardwalk to get closer to nature. Definitely worth a stop.
    Written April 9, 2022
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  • Cherry_Wonderdog
    New England2,861 contributions
    For the price (free), this really can’t be beat. Some philanthropic Beatles paraphernalia collector has opened up his stash of goodies to the general public. If you’re in Dunedin, it would be a shame not to check it out. We did, and for the 15-20 minutes we perused the displays, it was amusing. We’re not talking about earth-shattering items here, like Ringo’s original drum set, bootleg recordings, or private notes by George and Paul about being fed up with Yoko. Nevertheless, there were a couple of authentic McCartney guitars, a letter he had written following Linda’s death, clothes they had worn, old newspaper clippings, and an array of ridiculous nicknacks ‘sold’ to those suffering from Beatlemania during the sixties. This included some sort of magic potion to grow each Beatles’ hair.

    There was also a bunch of personal hygiene items, such as John’s old razor (used) from his TWA flight to New York, and cut-outs of the sheets each Beatle “actually slept on” by some hotel in Manhattan.

    While a few of the things bordered on the absurd, the museum in aggregate was still a refreshing walk through for those like Cherry Wonderdog who can never get enough of the fab-four. One disappointment was that the Magical Mystery Tour costumes were not open for try-ons due to the pandemic, but that should hopefully change once we get back to normal.
    Written April 9, 2022
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  • Cherry_Wonderdog
    New England2,861 contributions
    Bartender here was really nice. I was bar hopping and only wanted to try one four-ounce beer. I experimented with a sour, and while it wasn’t something I would order again, it was good for what it was. To be clear, you’ve really got to be in the right frame of mind or intoxication for a sour beer, especially if you’re Cherry Wonderdog. And since the 4 once beer charge of $3 was the lowest of all the beers tasted during my Dunedin beer-hopping extravaganza tour – about 25% less than what the crooks overcharged me at Cuenti – 7venth gets a solid four stars on the coveted Cherry Wonderdog rating scale.
    Written April 9, 2022
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  • Cherry_Wonderdog
    New England2,861 contributions
    This park is so close to downtown Dunedin, it would be a shame not to visit if you’re around. It actually spread across both sides of the street, with one end leading down long boardwalks to the ocean, and the other providing safe haven for children to play, folks to exercise (on permanent exercise equipment in their “Fit Zone”), people to read (books provided in makeshift loaner pods), and even adults to take morning Tai Chi classes. It’s immediately accessible to the Pinellas bike trail. Per Cherry Wonderdog, it’s dog friendly, too. Check it out!
    Written April 9, 2022
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  • Cherry_Wonderdog
    New England2,861 contributions
    We came here on a Saturday and enjoyed the bustling, diverse, and amusing array of tents of food, craft, and speciality vendors. There were trucks selling ‘prepared’ foods, too. The live music right in front was a nice touch. For townies seeking organic produce, there were one or two stands as well. In all, this felt very homey, like a community gathering from generations ago.
    Written April 9, 2022
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  • Sara W
    Centerburg, OH74 contributions
    Seriously you can not have a bad beer here. EVERY beer that you get is so smooth and amazing tasting. Try them all if you can, it's worth it.
    Jon and Bren are the best and such great people. We brought our 9 yr old daughter with us and it was a great atmosphere. Such a great place to kick back, relax, and drink great beer at.
    Written March 29, 2022
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  • Jennifer V
    Clearwater, FL439 contributions
    Dog friendly park. Has a public pool and restrooms. Has a playground. Easy to find. Has a pond. Plenty of open space.
    Written November 16, 2019
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  • babs12858
    Palmerton, PA581 contributions
    The cost of admission is well worth the price. It has the history of not only the town of Dunedin but the surrounding area as well. I learned that if it weren't for the wild pigs, Dunedin wouldn't exist.
    Written January 16, 2022
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  • AldebaranFlorida
    Clearwater, FL4,849 contributions
    We recently discovered this unique store full of artwork that are excellent gift items. We especially liked the pottery items. We will be back to shop for unusual gifts in the future. Located in the heart of downtown next to the Pinellas Trail. Don't miss it, it is just a few steps away from Main Street, in back of Cafe Alfresco.
    Written January 3, 2020
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