Dunedin Historical Museum

Railroad material includes posters and pictures of Florida railroads, railroad equipment, telegraph material, original material from the Dunedin Railroad station, and material that traces the evolution of railroad companies that flourished in Pinellas County and Florida. Permanent exhibit segments have been produced on regional topics such as Dunedin's multicultural origins, Dunedin's pioneering families, Mease Hospital, sports history of Dunedin, industries in Dunedin, development of the alligator tank used by the U.S. Marines during WWII in the Pacific, and natural habitats such as Caladesi and Honeymoon Isle. The museum hosts Florida related exhibits from the Florida Humanities, and Florida State Museum. Many of these exhibits now include hands-on activity for children.



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The museum offers educational railroad and history camps during the summer for boys and girls between the ages of 9-11 years. The museum can be contacted for applications to these camps in April


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Dunedin Historical Society

349 Main Street

P.O. Box 2393

Dunedin, FL 34697-2393

Phone: (727) 736-1176

Fax: (727) 736-4756


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