Learn more about Safety Harbor’s unique historical past by taking the Florida Stories walking tour. Visit twelve engaging stops filled with local history and stories. With roots back to the Tocobaga natives, the city was home to Bailey’s Springs, now known as the Safety Harbor Resort and Spa, where mineral springs were advertised as healing waters. Other remnants of the past include the Tucker Mansion and the Saint James Hotel, just two examples of people, places and things of historical significance you’ll hear about on this walking tour produced by the Florida Humanities Council.
Special thanks to Laura Kepner and Warren Firschein our script writers. Jarrett Trezzo and Mallory Cyr, Safety Harbor Public Library.
Public parking is free and includes on-street parking and public parking lots. Throughout downtown, you will see blue “P” downtown parking signs at public parking lots and on street parking areas. Along 2nd Street S., and other areas, please look for “brick spaces public parking” to indicate designated, on-street public parking spaces. For additional parking information, visit CityofSafetyHarbor.com
Public restrooms are available at the Marina, Gazebo, and Library during designated operating hours.