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“Go Back in Time”

Safety Harbor Museum & Cultural Center
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Owner description: Interesting Native American artifacts are housed here.
Reviewed April 8, 2013

This museum offers a lot of history for this area. You feel like you are stepping back in time. And you definitely look at things a little different once you come out.

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Reviewed March 20, 2013

Visited the museum on a bad-beach day. Didn't expect much, but was very impressed. Not a large museum, but they use their space to best advantage. It's only a $4.00 admission (donation). There are impressive dioramas of the natives, the Tocobaga, in various activities as well as a remnant of a dugout canoe. There is also an impressive array of native weapons and tools as well as models of more recent dwellings. Then, there are too many artifacts to list. This is a museum worth visiting on even a sunny day!

1  Thank ontheroadagain09_9
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Reviewed January 23, 2013

A lot of information about the area in a small building. I have been there several times and have enjoyed each visit.

1  Thank ParTcake
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Reviewed September 20, 2012

The history here is immense! What a wonderful tour! The man at the front was very knowledgable and he gave great insight to what our land used to be!

Thank Banana427
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Reviewed July 31, 2012

The Museum is partnering with the Safety Harbor Parks and Recreation Dept. to combine art/education/community service. The Museum is undergoing a total renovation, and will be offering high quality art courses to the public opening in October.

1  Thank M V
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