12282 Morris Bridge Rd, Tampa, FL, US, 33637
- Phone: (813) 988-4048
- Fax: (813) 989-1659
Arts & Museums
Renowned for their permanent collection of contemporary art and classical antiquities, this museum also hosts an array of traveling exhibitions and offers a full range of educational programs. A museum gift store is also on site.
Be transported back in time to the turn-of-the-century when you visit this exquisite museum that is located within the circa 1891, National Historic Landmark Tampa Bay Hotel which was built by Henry Bradlye Plant. The building features splendid Moorish architecture surrounded by spectacular tropical gardens and the museum is filled with art treasures from the original resort, European furnishings, and a permanent exhibit on the Spanish American War.
The only fully programmed visual arts facility in the Bay area, this facility features working artists studios and three galleries in which a full exhibition schedule shows an array of artwork to the public every six to eight weeks. Art classes for all age groups are also available.
A regional history museum that features special and permanent exhibits on a wide variety of subjects that relate to this region's rich history. Visitors can also learn about collecting, preserving, interpreting, and exhibiting artifacts while at this museum.
This 56 year old merchant ship served during World War II, as well as during the Korean and Vietnam wars as a military cargo carrier, and is being transformed into a world-class museum, memorial, and a \"ReLive History\" cruising ship. Tours are available of the shop where you will get a first-hand view of the restoration process.
An extensive collection of contemporary art is displayed at this museum that also offers symposiums, lectures, workshops, and visiting artist presentations.
Home of the only IMAX dome theatre in Florida, this museum is the largest science center in the Southeastern United States and they features a wide range of entertaining, enlightening, and exciting interactive exhibits for people of all ages. A planetarium is also on site for visitors to enjoy.
Situated on the site of a historic Tocobaga Indian shell mound on the shore of the Old Tampa Bay, this Florida history and archaeology museum features artifacts about this regional area from prehistoric times to Aboriginal Indians and pioneers.
Florida's East Coast only comprehensive art collection is located at this unique museum which contains a wide range of French, Asian, American Indian, American, European, pre-Columbian, Greek and Roman, and photography artwork.
Learn about the history of St. Petersburg that shaped it into the beautiful city in which it is today while at this museum that is filled with artifacts, exhibits, photographs, postcards, and books.
The fourth largest Holocaust museum in the country, this museum honors the millions of innocent men, women, and children who suffered or died in the Holocaust and includes extraordinary permanent exhibits and unique traveling collections of Holocaust art. One of only three original boxcars in the United States is also located at this museum.
Founded in 1917, this arts center presents exhibitions and invitational shows by nationally recognized art professionals and award-winning Florida artists plus offers many classes in a wide variety of media for both adults and children.