Pathway Construction has now moved to Zone 2. The following buildings will be closed until the construction is complete:
Heritage Garden, Moore House, Union Academy, Boiling Shed/Sugar Cane Mill, Demonstration Shed, Lowe Barn, and the McKay Creek Boat Shop.
FREE Heritage Village App
The FREE Heritage Village app gives you access to tours, facts, a map, and more! Just go to the app store on both Apple and Android devices, search for Heritage Village, and download our free app. You will find historic and present day photos that provide details and insight into our park and historic structures.
Welcome to Heritage Village!
Your home for Pinellas County History.
The mission of Heritage Village is to inspire exploration of Pinellas County's story by designing unique programs and exhibits, facilitating research, and collecting and preserving local history.
11909 125th Street N.
Largo, FL 33774
Free Admission! Donations are welcome and support Heritage Village operations.
Heritage Village is free and open to the public. Donations to our Friends group, the Pinellas County Historical Society (PCHS), are always welcome. For more information on how to support PCHS and Heritage Village, visit their website.
For more information on Pinellas County's COVID Guidelines, please refer to the FAQs.
What Do You Want To Do?
- Access the park map and audio tour
- Donate an item to Heritage Village
- Schedule a research appointment
- View the Events Calendar
- School and Adult Groups are welcome beginning September 1st! Visits are free but do require registration. Visit Group Visits for details.
Upcoming Programs - Free Events with Free Parking
Third Saturdays at Pinewood Park
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Visit the HC Smith Store and the McKay Creek Boat Shop Exhibit. Experience a typical store from the 1900s and learn about early sailing days in Pinellas County.
Florida Botanical Gardens
7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Enjoy free virtual and in-person activities, including self-guided scavenger hunts, games from the TaleBlazer mobile app, plus instructor-led events from the Growing Up Wild curriculum.
12:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Discover poignant stories about the covid epidemic told through artifacts displayed at "The Things They Left Behind" exhibition, open through June 26th. Food available for purchase from food trucks on site.
Want To Help?
- Learn about volunteer and internship opportunities
- Become a Member of the Pinellas County Historical Society
- Make a one-time donation to the Pinellas County Historical Society
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