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 5703 Oakley Blvd , Wesley Chapel, FL, US, 33544

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Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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Arts & Museums

»Museum of Science & Industry (MOSI)

More than 450 activities await you at this non-profit facility dedicated to promoting a better understanding of science and technology. The Saunders Planetarium shows you the stars. Step inside the Gulf Coast Hurricane exhibit for a blast of tropical nightmare. At the IMAX Dome Theatre, the world is bigger than life, filled with odd sights and sounds on a huge screen. Souvenirs ranging from totes and T-shirts to puzzles and posters are available at the Science Store. For refreshment, the MOSI Café offers pizzas, salads and sandwiches.

4801 East Fowler Avenue
Tampa, FL 33617

»Pioneer Florida Museum and Village

The only museum of its kind in Florida, this museum depicts early pioneer life in Florida and is located on 20 beautifully landscaped acres which include ten main building and several smaller buildings; all but two of the main buildings are historically significant. An array of artifacts, clothing, and tools are on display.

15602 Pioneer Museum Road
Dade City, Florida 33526

»Linden Galleries

Browse local and international artists work to bring home at this popular gallery. Aside from purchasing art, you can also take advantage of Linden Galleries framing and installation services.

12926 North Dale Mabry Highway
Tampa, FL 33618

»Ybor City Museum

A century ago, here in the Latin Quarter of Tampa, cigar maker Vincente Martinez Ybor began an industry that brought this city worldwide renown—those famed Tampa cigars. Here, too, poet and patriot Jose Marti, the hero of Cuban liberation, plotted and pleaded for his cause. History surrounds you in Ybor City where one thing seems hardly to have changed at all in a century—a strong sense of pride in community and culture. You can learn more about all that in this museum where the past is chronicled in yellowing pages, spidery script and cigar bands. It's poignant, stirring and just a little sad. Ybor City's far from sad these days, however. It's in the midst of a renaissance, the likes of which it hasn't seen for many years. Now the streets rock on weekends, and the fiesta goes on and on and on, well into the wee hours.

1818 Ninth Avenue
Tampa, FL 33601

»Brad Cooper Gallery

Since 1984, the Brad Cooper Gallery has provided an ongoing array of unique and expressive works. At its Ybor gallery, artists from around the US and abroad exhibit their creative pieces. The gallery focuses on contemporary art by established artists as well as emerging artists. The gallery features paintings using several mediums including oil on linen, wood, and canvas, acrylic on paper, silver print, and mixed media. There are featured solo exhibits throughout the year. Professional staff is available to help collectors choose pieces for ongoing collections as well as custom framing. Gallery viewing is by appointment only. -Vickie Ferguson

1714 East 7th Avenue
Tampa, FL 33605

»Glazer Children's Museum

Located in downtown Tampa across the river from the University of Tampa and near Riverwalk, the Glazer Children's Museum provides plenty of fun and entertainment for children. The museum offers a full range of games, workshops and interactive exhibits. Craft activities, story time, parades, and fun fitness and aerobics are just a few of the daily programs accessible to children. Monthly events are scheduled with special themes, guests, face painting, demonstrations and exhibits designed just for kids. Food, snacks and beverages are available at the Tiny Bites Café. 

110 West Gasparilla Plaza
Tampa, FL 33602

»Tampa Museum of Art

Established in 1979, this museum houses more than 4,500 objects in its permanent collection and exhibits the largest collection of Greek and Roman antiquities in the Southeast. The Center Gallery displays themed exhibitions from the permanent collection. For a look at 19th and 20th century sculpture set against the backdrop of the Hillsborough River, visit the Terrace Gallery. Stroll through the Outdoor Courtyard featuring contemporary sculptures, fountains and bronze work. For gifts, books, children's items or home accessories, stop by the museum store.

120 West Gasparilla Plaza
Tampa, FL 33602

»Florida Museum of Photographic Arts

Built by enthusiastic locals, the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts is a non-profit museum that strives to promote photographic talent. Local, regional as well as international photographers' works have been displayed here. Interactive Workshops, lectures and educational programs designed for both adults as well as children are also organized on a regular basis. Take some time out of your schedule to view some incredible photos, which are on display here.

400 North Ashley Drive
Tampa, FL 33602

»Tampa Bay History Center

Learning about Tampa Bay's history is a fascinating trip from migrant tribes 1,500 years ago through the captains of industry to modern day cowboys. The Tampa Bay History Center offers tours that trace this history with pictures, artifacts and more. Walking through the doors of the salmon-colored building is like taking a step into the past. The gift shop offers clothing, books and coffee mugs.

801 Old Water Street
Tampa, FL 33602

»Henry B. Plant Museum

Walk the corridors of the Tampa Bay Hotel, now a museum and a National Historic Landmark, and experience a stroll through time when exquisite art, elegant furnishings and opulent grandeur conveyed the image of the Gilded Age. Built in 1891, the hotel, with its Moorish architecture and spiraling minarets, was created as a resort for the rich and affluent. Reservations needed for groups of 10 or more. Parking is free in front of the building and in a nearby parking garage.

401 West Kennedy Boulevard
Tampa, FL 33606

»Hernando Heritage Museum

Home of the Brooksville Raid, the largest Florida civil war reenactment which takes place in January, this beautiful museum is located in a four story, 12 story Antebellum home which was built in 1856 and the house is decorated in a Victorian era and Civil War theme. Over 10,000 artifacts are on display and guided tours are available Tuesdays through Fridays.

601 Museum Court
Spring Hill, Florida 34601

»May-Stringer House

The May-Stringer House dating back to 1843, is a building designed in the Queen Anne style. The house is the site of the Hernando Heritage Museum. This museum showcases artifacts pertaining to the cultural heritage of the Hernando County as well as objects of the past owners.

601 Museum Court
Brooksville, FL 34601
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