St Pete Historic Walking Tours To Meet at Sundial Shops


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The Sundial is quickly becoming an iconic spot in downtown St. Petersburg,  and now they have teamed with the St. Pete Historic Walking Tour.

Effective immediately we are proud to announce that all tours will meet at the Sundial, the centerpiece of the Sundial Gallery of Shops and Restaurants.

SUNDIAL is St. Petersburg’s premiere retail, dining and entertainment center, located in the heart of downtown. Just steps from the world famous waterfront, sundial st. petersburg, includes a special collection of shops, restaurants and spa experiences unique to the Tampa Bay area. The center features a modern, clean design with finishes such as travertine, quartzite stone, custom stainless railings, European shade umbrellas, skylights and state of the art video boards.

See and learn the amazing story of the history of St. Petersburg and browse through all the Sundial has to offer before or after. Check our current schedule at www.stpetehistorywalkingtours.com or by calling 727-786-0515. Remember, reservations are required.

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Recycle St. Pete


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Recycle in St. PeteSt. Pete is leading the way in Florida by implementing strategies for a sustainable future.

St. Pete was the first city in the state to receive the Green Building Coalition’s Green City designation, and has been recognized for energy conservation, recycling, water conservation, fuel efficiency, landscaping and preservation of open spaces, and other environmental programs. #Recycle #StPete

St. Pete was awarded the distinction for its renowned environmental initiatives, some of which include: one of the country’s largest reclaimed water systems; recycling program and a successful yard waste-to-mulch program; preservation of environmentally sensitive land and habitat restorations; an extensive parks system; more than 50 miles of bicycle trails; water conservation education; programs to protect surface waters; tree planting programs; environmental education at such places as the, Boyd Hill Nature Preserve, Sunken Gardens and Weedon Island; and more.
Here are some of the recycle points in the St. Pete area. : Recycle in St. Pete