The drone show to celebrate St. Pete Pier's one-year anniversary has been rescheduled for July 31.
St. Petersburg leaders are considering ways to prevent animals from getting tangled in the pier’s hanging rope sculpture after a mallard duck had to be rescued on Friday.
It’s almost been one full year since the new St. Pete Pier opened, and the city wants to celebrate in a unique.
The new St. Pete Pier will be the site of a new three-day event to celebrate the Fourth of July that will end with a fireworks display on the night of July 4.
Children and adults are learning more about the vast and complex Tampa Bay estuary, thanks to the Tampa Bay Watch Discovery Center.
A monument came in for a landing Tuesday at the St. Pete Pier that is dedicated to the first flight of commercial aviation -- which took off from the area.
The World Series may be taking place in Texas, but Tampa Bay Rays fans can get a waterfront seat to watch Game One tomorrow. The new St. Pete Pier is hosting a watch party just blocks from Tropicana Field.
The final details on wings sculpted from steel tell the story of a pilot, a plane, and a flight that changed history.
The St. Pete Pier will not be open to the public on the mornings of August 24 and August 25 as workers will be permanently anchoring the massive net sculpture at the landmark.
The featured artwork at the St. Pete Pier is open to interpretation, at the insistence of the creator, Janet Echelman, who says the patterns of wind drew her to this form of art.
If you’re looking to beat the heat this summer, then the new pier in St. Petersburg has something for you.
After years of planning, construction and delays, the new St. Petersburg Pier District will open 5 p.m. Monday, July 6. However, with the pandemic, things are going to be a little different than previously planned.
Landmarks are a source of pride for locals and a destination for others. Like the Space Needle in Seattle or the Gateway Arch of St. Louis, the Pier is a visual representation of St. Petersburg's identity and its history.
After more than seven years of design and construction and $92 million invested, the long-awaited St. Pete Pier officially opens to the public Monday.
The new St. Pete Pier isn't the first of its kind. The landmark has played an integral part in the city -- even before it became a city.
The new St. Petersburg Pier District will open at 5 p.m. Monday, July 6, marking the end of 10 years of planning, debate, construction, and finally, delays due to COVID-19.
After years of designs, construction, and delays, the new St. Pete Pier finally has an opening date. The Pier District and new pier will officially open to residents and visitors at 5 p.m. on Monday, July 6.
The city of St. Petersburg originally gave a grand opening date of May 30 but fears about spreading the novel coronavirus have promoted the city to postpone until an unknown date.
First, construction caused the new St. Pete Pier's grand opening to be delayed. This time, it's because of the coronavirus.
Finally, the long-awaited St. Pete Pier has an grand opening date, city officials announced Thursday morning. An event to introduce the new landmark to the public will be at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 30, 2020.