Living History Saturdays
12:00 – 3:00 PM
Tampa Bay History Center
801 Old Water St.
Tampa, FL 33602
Each month, a living historian will tell stories, show artifacts and give a short presentation on a different Florida-related theme. Discover what life at sea was like for an 18th century privateer, listen to a young couple navigating changing social attitudes during the 1960s, or hear about the home front in 1940s Tampa during WWII. Free with admission.
A Pirate’s Life: Tales from Florida Waters
Both male and female pirates lived normal lives – they ate, drank and entertained themselves at sea. Rob and Anne Jacob describe the real life of pirates during piracy’s “golden age.”