Tickets for I Love the Burg’s new walking tours are available now for only $25, limited to 25 spots for each time slot. Our St. Pete Star Trolley tour is $50 and is limited to only 28 spots.
If you added “take a history tour of St. Pete” to your 2024 bucket list, you’re in luck! We just launched our January and February dates for our beloved history walking tours with Monica Kile. And we’re bringing back the St. Pete history Star Trolley tour by popular demand! With the cooler temps, we expect these tickets to go fast so get yours while they last.
Back by popular demand: Tour St. Pete aboard a stunning Star Trolley
Our first trolley tour this year takes place on Sunday, February 4 at 10am. It’s limited to only 28 spots. St. Petersburg is more than our dynamic downtown; it’s a city of fantastically unique neighborhoods, each with its own flavor and flair. Now you can tour the many boroughs of the ‘Burg with historian Monica Kile on this unique historic tour of the city aboard the dreamy Star Trolley.
On this 2.5-hour tour, we will explore the mysterious Driftwood, the hidden Lang Court, and the one-of-a-kind Pink Streets neighborhoods. You will learn the story of historically African-American main streets like 22nd Street South in the Deuces, and see how the interstate and baseball stadium disrupted life in the Gas Plant district. We will see the stone mansions of Allendale, the city’s first synagogue, and more. Tour guests will learn about St. Pete’s diverse and fascinating history and see sites that only a longtime local would know.
Start your Saturday with the “Grand Tour of Downtown”
If you haven’t walked the city with Monica yet, it’s the single best way to learn about St. Pete’s history and evolution (and to learn some fun trivia to impress your friends!) That tour takes place on Saturday mornings at 10am, departing from Kahwa Coffee at 204 Second Ave South. Get your tickets here.
Want to dive deeper? Go “Beyond Downtown: The Edge and More”
This in-depth tour delves further into St. Pete’s past by visiting parts of the city that many people have never seen: the Edge District, the Gas Plant, and Methodist Town. This is a rotating tour with only two dates on the calendar right now. Get your tickets before they sell out!
Once the hub of St. Pete’s industrial life, the Edge is now an eclectic mix of historic spaces and modern amenities, bordered on either side by historically African-American neighborhoods that also offered a refuge for some of St. Pete’s Jewish merchants during periods of anti-semitism. We’ll visit the remaining buildings and lost landmarks of these constantly changing neighborhoods.
We begin at Green Bench Brewery which kindly offers our guests half off of any beer in their tap room either before or after the tour!
Want to dive deeper? Go “The Wonderful Waterfront”
This is a rotating tour with only two dates on the calendar right now. Get your tickets before they sell out! On “The Wonderful Waterfront”, you’ll learn about the waterfront parks, the history of Spring Training, how zoning changed Beach Drive, and more. Get tickets for the waterfront tour here.
Want to take a history tour?
Space for each tour is limited to only 25 people for our walking tours and 28 for trolley tours, so act quickly. Walking tours cover one and a half to two miles of flat terrain in approximately two hours. They include one complimentary water per person.
Our tours aboard the Star Trolley are $50 per person and include complimentary water and discounted drinks from our partner, Kahwa Coffee. They run approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes. Regularly scheduled tour tickets are $25 per person and can be purchased by clicking here. Stay tuned for even more tours and dates coming soon.
PLEASE NOTE: You may cancel your reservation up to 48 hours before the start of the tour. You will be refunded the cost of your registrations, minus the Eventbrite processing fees