Hi everyone! My name is Mary Keegan from What Sundays Are For. I am thrilled to be collaborating with Jordana Paige to share with you three of my all time favorite spots in St. Petersburg, Florida. So grab a cup of joe or tea, and keep reading to find out more!
1.Visit The Dali Museum
One of my favorite museums in the USA happens to be in my hometown! Located in the heart of downtown St. Pete, the Dali Museum is unparalleled to any other museum in the area. I especially admire the incredible architecture and design of the museum building. Discover the life and legend of Salvador Dali while commemorating and praising his work. On Sundays, you can start your day with “Yoga + Dali” at noon!
2. Drink a Brew or Two!
Stroll through Central Avenue and visit some of my favorite microbreweries in the Burg! Green Bench Brewing Company, Cycle Brewing and St. Pete Brewing Company are all walking distance from each other, so you can hop from brewery to brewery! Grab a bite to eat at the local nearby food trucks, or walk to Bodega on Central for the best cuban sandwich of your life! Green Bench Brewing offers tours every Saturday noon-4pm.
3. Take a Walking Mural Tour
Recently, street art has taken off in St. Pete! Every Saturday, you can discover giant art murals downtown. Positive messages and images can be seen throughout the city! The mural walking tour lasts about an hour or so and goes through the Central Arts District. I highly recommend taking a tour, there are some really amazing pieces you won’t want to miss! Tours are Saturdays from 10 to 11:30 a.m. The cost is $19 for adults, $11 for children ages 6 to 18, under 5 free. A portion of the proceeds from the tours will be used to fund future murals.
Thank you Jordana Paige Handbags for giving me the opportunity to show you my favorite city, and hometown, St. Petersburg, Florida! I love how versatile the Cora Handbag is, and I am in love with this dark green color. Be sure to pop over to my blog to find out more on my city and my favorite fashion pieces! Thanks for reading!