The Cultural Center was built in 1915 as the first City Hall. Renowned architect Ernest Ivey Cook designed the building in the neoclassical style. In 1987 the city government decided to move its offices to the former Tarpon Springs High School building, and plans were made to convert City Hall into a cultural center. The City of Tarpon Springs successfully renovated this important historic site, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Hours and Admission:
Now open – the Gallery section of the building only – to view the mural This Blessed Plot, This Earth by Elizabeth Indianos: Tuesdays and Saturdays 1:00 – 3:00 PM through Oct. 1, 2021 when regular programs and events return
Parking is free at the Cultural Center. There is street parking both in front and behind the building. There is also a municipal lot one block north at the corner of Tarpon and Pinellas Avenues. The ADA accessible entrance is near the rear entrance.
The Cultural Center is located at 101 South Pinellas Avenue in Tarpon Springs, Florida, 34689. From U.S. 19 go west on Tarpon Avenue. Make a left at the Pinellas Avenue traffic light. Go one block south, building is on the left between Court and Lemon Streets.