5703 Oakley Blvd
Wesley Chapel, FL 33544
Phone: (813) 973-1665
Fax: (813) 435-7437
5703 Oakley Blvd, Wesley Chapel, FL, US, 33544
- Phone: (813) 973-1665
- Fax: (813) 435-7437
Arts & Museums
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.
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.
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.
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.