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The Pinellas Trail, a 37-mile hiking/biking trail, connects St. Petersburg has a remarkable collection of special facilities including its landmark Pier, currently under redevelopment; Tropicana Field, an enclosed baseball stadium and home to the Tampa Bay Rays, the Mahaffey Theater, the Coliseum, a 1920s restored dance hall and event venue, the historic Shuffleboard and Lawn Bowling Complex, 18 recreation centers, six public libraries, the southeast's largest city marina with a ship store, the Port of St. The Pinellas County School System is the 7th largest district in Florida and 22nd largest in the nation.
Priatek Plaza, formerly One Progress Plaza Tower, a commercial office tower built in 1991, and Signature Place, mixed-use contemporary style tower built in 2009, both stand at 30-stories high. 1 Arts Destination for cities its size for three consecutive years. Petersburg's collection of world-famous museums and galleries, including the Salvador Dali Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, The Chihuly Collection, St. Petersburg Opera and residential theater companies including American Stage, free Fall Theatre, A Simple Theatre (at Eckerd College), and St. The Sunshine Skyway Bridge, at 4.1 miles across, is one of the largest cable suspension bridges in the Western Hemisphere, rising 19 stories above Tampa Bay (at midpoint). Petersburg is home plate to the Tampa Bay Rays (MLB) playing at Tropicana Field and the Tampa Bay Rowdies (NASL), who play at Al Lang Stadium.
ONE, a residential tower and hotel complex, which will soon be the city's tallest structure, is under construction. Petersburg is the birthplace of scheduled aviation with the flight of the Benoist Airboat and the birthplace of Major League Baseball Spring Training, both in 1914. Petersburg Museum of History, Great Explorations, and Florida Holocaust Museum, Florida Craft Art, American Stage, The Morean Arts Center, and the Dr. The region is also home to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL), Tampa Bay Storm (AFL), Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL),and Derby Lane (greyhound racing).