Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Blalock House
Built in 1926 by the city's first elected mayor, Jim Tom Blalock. It is a private residence.
Phone: 000-000-0000
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Blalock Park
Also known as Cultural Campus, the park includes the Venice Public Library, Venice Art Center, Venice Community Center and the historical Triangle Inn, housing the Venice Museum and Archives.
Phone: 000-000-0000
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El Patio Hotel
One of Venice's historical landmark. Once a plain little hotel for guests who wanted to stay in the heart of a town.
Phone: 941-488-7702
Visitors Map Locator Number : 902
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Ennes Building
Constructed in 1926, the building was actually 2 seperate structures joined by a 20 ft arcade. It was then named the Valencia Hotel & Arcade, then the El Vernon Hotel. It has been known as the El Patio Hotel since 1948.
Phone: 941-484-6722
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Heritage Park
Historical displays, commemorative paques, benches and a pedestrian walkway.
Phone: 000-000-0000
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Hotel Venice
This 100-room Italian Renaissance palace rose up in a sea of sand and scrub pine. Restored to its original grandeur, the building is now an adult congregate living facility.
Phone: 000-000-0000
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John Nolen Park
Picnic tables, handicap accessible playground and trails leading to signs describing the city's rich history (a VABI project).
Phone: 000-000-0000
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Johnson Chapel Missionary Baptist Church
The only remaining rural church in southern Sarasota County from the 1910s, Johnson Chapel was built as the Osprey Missionary Baptist Church in 1915 by Bertha Potter Palmer. It was moved to its present site in 1947.
Phone: 941-485-5066
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Johnson-Schoolcraft Building
The building was designed for 5 apartments on the 2nd floor. The original tenant of the 1st floor retail space was Venice Pharmacy, Inc. By 1928, the Peninsula Telephone Co. operated its switchboard from a rear store front.
Phone: 000-000-0000
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Levillain-Letton House
This house was built as part of the 1926-27 Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers development of the City of Venice. It is located in the Historic Venezia Park District.
Phone: 000-000-0000
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