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This place was very nice and the lady that was there very nice and gave us a lot of great tips to what to do and see. Unfortunately, we did not have such a good experience at the Happy Fiddler Condo. In my opinion, this...More
The perfect place for that first date. Your the history of IRB and get to know your date. Sit down together for a game of checkers and see if your date plays fair. The game is missing one piece. Fun tour and very friendly folks...More
Located within a small park the museum is housed in an historic cottage and once inside it is much bigger than it appears from the outside. On entering the first thing one notices is a unique circular brick fireplace . The exhibits,artifacts and displays are...More
I would recommend visiting this place with children 10 and older. It's a small place so you'll get through it fairly quickly. It's neat to see what Indian Rocks Beach was like years ago. I loved seeing the old swimwear.
I was actually surprised at the amount local history packed into this building. We went just to kill a little time on our way elsewhere, but ended up spending almost an hour reading, looking at pictures and talking with the volunteer. A memorable stop on...More
Very quaint. A look at what used-to-be a little bedroom community, south of Clearwater Beach. Lots of odds and ends of Florida kitch, along with artifacts. This is what IRB was like before the McMansions took over.
We stopped in thinking it would be tiny and not much to see. We were very wrong - very nice volunteer spent close to an hour walking us through and personally telling is the story of how Indian Rocks Beach became what it is today....More