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The museum presents the historic voice of this St. Petersburg, Florida community from the perspective of local, regional, and national history, culture, and community. It is another demonstration of the commitment to revitalize the Midtown St. Petersburg area.​

The museum joins Mercy Hospital at the Johnnie Ruth Clarke Health Center, the Royal Theater Boys and Girls Club, and the renovated Manhattan Casino as evidence of the renaissance of this area.



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2024 Jazzy Juneteenth Jubilee


The First Ladies walking into the 2024 Jazzy Juneteenth Jubilee

What a night! The 2024 Jazzy Juneteenth Jubilee was a night to remember! Thank you to all of our sponsors and everyone who attended for your continued support and such a wonderful evening.

Current Exhibit

Black History Matter Mural


Currently on Display


Woodson African American Museum of Florida


Open to the Public


Previously a BLACK LIVES MATTER mural, this updated mural expresses the importance of protecting Black History in the United States.


The Artists that contributed to the creation of this mural include Daniel “R5” Barojas, Miss Crit (Laura Spencer), Esh (Eric Hornsby), Cyrus Fire, Raheem Fitzgerald, John Gascot,

James E Hartzell, Vera Herrera, Plum Howlet, Jade Jackson, Reid Jenkins, Jujmo (Cheryl Weber), James Kitchens, Cam Parker, Reda3sb, Vitale Bros, Javon Walters, David Watson

Wayward Walls (Jason Harvin), and Catherine Weaver

T-shirts & Mural Prints


T-shirts and Black Lives Matter Mural prints are available for purchase.

Items are available for pick-up Tuesday – Friday, 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Upcoming Events

Saturday Morning Yoga at The Woodson


Every Saturday Morning at 9 AM


Woodson African American Museum of Florida




Enjoy a calming yoga session led by Mindful Movement in The Woodson’s Legacy Garden every Saturday morning.

Registration is not required for these free yoga classes.

Give Us the Sun: A Solo Exhibition of Artwork by Traci Mims


June through August


The Woodson African American Museum of Florida




Give Us the Sun, is a solo exhibition of artwork by artist Traci Mims. On view starting June 8, the exhibition features drawings, prints, paintings, and quilt work by the Atlanta-based artist.
A native of St. Petersburg, Mims returns to the city with Give Us the Sun having earned her BA from Florida A&M University, her MFA from Tyler School of Art, Temple University, and numerous awards, fellowships, and exhibitions.

Mims is a multidisciplinary artist whose work often spotlights the narratives, lives, faces, and figures of the individuals in her community as well as epic individuals and stories. “I consider myself a social realist,” she says, “because I focus on the lives of everyday Black people, the things they experience, and how they react to it emotionally.”

Her meticulous print work and monumental drawings center social justice and illuminate histories that are increasingly under threat of erasure. Mims combines the everyday and monumental, both in subject matter and style, making each piece its own poignant expression.