Created By: Indian Rocks Beach Action 2000, Inc.
The home of the Indian Rocks Historical Museum is a beach cottage built in 1939 by Carl H. Moseley.
Originally located on 12th Avenue at Gulf Boulevard, it was due to be torn down with the buidling of the Gables Condominium in 1980. It was saved from the wrecking ball and donated to the city for a historical museum.
The cottage has been moved twice - first to a site near City Hall, and later to the current location. It retains many original features such as wood paneling and a unique circular fireplace.
The IRB History Museum is open from 10am to 2pm Wednesday to Saturday. It is a treasure of our community!
This point of interest is part of the tour: Indian Rocks Beach Historical Marker Tour