Historical relics are more likely to be revered when displayed in museums rather than crammed in basements, attics, or microwaves. Marvel at unheated artifacts with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $20 for general admission for two to the “RumRunners’ Speakeasy” party (a $40 value)
- $50 for high-roller admission for two to the “RumRunners’ Speakeasy” party (a $100 value)
- $25 for a one-year family membership to the museum (a $50 value)<p>
Held on Friday, December 14, from 7 p.m.–10 p.m., the speakeasy soiree rewinds to 1922. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres are served as guests dressed in Prohibition-era garb mingle and gamble in a mock casino. All night long, bartenders pour drinks from a cash bar and DJ Fresh remixes music from the ‘20s. General admission includes casino points and raffle entry. High-roller admission doubles casino points and also includes access to a VIP lounge with a bar and private poker area.
Customers who opt for the one-year family museum membership for four enjoy a slew of member benefits, such as admission to museum exhibitions and the archival library, invitations to special events, a newsletter, and an activities calendar.<p>
St. Petersburg Museum of History
Since 1922, St. Petersburg Museum of History has preserved and presented the heritage of St. Petersburg and the Pinellas Peninsula. Guests can experience the area’s history from pioneer times to the present day, including the arrival of the Spanish conquistadors and the search for the Fountain of Youth. Elsewhere, the World's First Commercial Airline Gallery charts commercial aviation history with a full-size working replica of the world's first commercial airliner, Schrader's Little Cooperstown features the world's largest collection of autographed baseballs. and guests can take a selfie with a 3,000 year old Egyptian mummy. Visitors looking to delve deeper into the past can explore artifacts in the museum archives or partake in one of its educational programs such as tours, community classes, and camps.
“It was so interesting loved it.”
“Great collection of baseball history”
“small but interesting”