The Chamber of Commerce is worth a stop just to see the etched glass sponge diving scene on its doors. Here you will find literature on local attractions and friendly staff who will provide you with information. Tarpon’s Downtown area along East Tarpon Avenue will enchant you with its eclectic blend of antique shops, galleries, restaurants and clubs within convenient walking distance. Notable is the old train depot that now houses the Tarpon Springs Historical Society. On North Pinellas Avenue stands St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Cathedral.
This replica of St. Sophia Cathedral in Constantinople, Turkey is open to worshippers and visitors from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. every day.
Inside you will find ornatereligious icons. Be sure not to miss the quiet chapel of St. Michael’s Shrine.It is located on an aptly named street, as a local Greek family erected the small sanctuary in thanks for their son’s miraculous cure.