St Pete's tourist pier is a long, wide, aging landmark. It culminates in an inverted, primary-colored pyramid that looks like a 3D...
St Petersburg Museum of History
As city history museums go, St Pete's is intriguingly oddball: a real 3000-year-old mummy, a two-headed calf, a life-sized replica of a...
Little St Mary’s
At the very start of the pier – just after crossing Bayshore Drive – is Little St Mary’s , the coolest public toilet in the region, and...
The 5th-floor rooftop bar of the Birchwood Hotel is currently the hottest ticket in town for late-night drinking thanks to its sexy...
Captain Al’s Waterfront Restaurant
Locals take their guests here to show off their city. Out at the end of the pier, it allows you to eat surrounded by water. Although the...
You can feed resident pelicans (which are standing around waiting for you) with fish food from the baithouse at the Pier. Or you can rent a fishing rod for $10 daily, which includes bait.