In addition to the significant amount of art and history at Perry Harvey, Sr. Park, there are public amenities including an interactive fountain, performing space, basketball courts, and a skate park.
Providing a welcoming entryway into Perry Harvey, Sr. Park, James Simon's sculptures of musicians, dancers and a jukebox help highlight the importance of music to the history and culture of the historic Central Avenue Business District.
A ribbon of colorful concrete connects fourteen large, inset pavers that tell the chronological story of The Scrub and Central Avenue.
History Walk Lifetiles
History is the art in Rufus Seder's LIFETILES work on the history of The Scrub and Central Avenue. By using historic photographs as the basis of the artwork, Seder makes these individual moments come alive to tell stories of the past.
Michael Parker's work demonstrates leadership in all its forms in his "Leaders Row." Each leader displayed left their mark on the city and the lives of those they inspired.
Three full-sized, new basketball courts offer the best spot in Tampa to shoot some hoops. The three courts are partially fence and are surrounded by shaded benches and picnic tables.
Perry Harvey Sr., Park has a large, grassy open space for sports, events or festivals. Please contact Special Events Coordination for more information.
Bro Bowl 2.0 has all of the features of the original plus lots of ramps, stairs, and ledges to do tricks on.
With colorful lights and music, this fountain is a joy to watch or interact with.
NEOS Play System
The NEOS 360 Play System offers a variety of fun games that keeps kids active and engaged.