Downtown St. Petersburg Neighborhood & Directions

Live on the edge of everywhere you want to be.



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    Arts & Culture

    St. Petersburg has quickly become a favorite destination for all who are passionate about Arts & Culture.

    Visit this unique city block and explore the incredible Dali Museum which houses the largest collection of Salvador Dali's work outside of Europe. Another great find is the Museum of Fine Arts where its exhibits span over 4,000 years and include African art, European paintings and American photography.

    Looking for a more local taste? Then you will love the Morean Arts Center, which displays works by local, national and international artists.

    Local Eats & Drinks

    Start your Saturday mornings with a walk down St. Peterburg's Saturday Morning Market, just an 8-minutes ride from Elements on Third. Here you will find fresh produce, prepared foods, plans and crafts sold in this vibrant and eclectic market featuring live local bands to play while you shop.

    Visit Intermezzo Coffee & Cocktails for a locale in which local brews and craft cocktails come together to create a unique experience.

    Try local brews in any of the many Brewing Companies in the area. Start at 3 Daughters Brewing, which is only a 6-minute ride from our community.

    Other great spots include: No Vacancy, a Florida-themed bar and restaurant in the heart of downtown; Old Farmers Creamery, a legend in St. Pete, visit this giant red-barn and try the Cookie Monster ice cream - you won't regret it; and lastly the newly opened, The Big Catch at Salt Creek, the Burg's new waterfront destination for delicious eats and live music.

    Nature & Beach Walks

    St. Petersburg offers infinite ways and locations to explore nature in your favorite way. Start your nature walk in the clear-blue waters of Fort De Soto Park. You can choose to spend the day on the beach or stay overnight camping in any of its five offshore keys.

    Other great nature-spots include the Sunken Gardens, Weedon Island Preserve, Gulf Boulevard, the Skyway Fishing Pier State Park, and many more.