Families in downtown Tampa can explore wetlands, seashores and coral reefs at the Florida Aquarium; learn about pirate life and nautical skills at the Tampa Bay History Center; and meet Big John, the world’s largest triceratops, at the Glazer Children’s Museum.
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Temporary Exhibits. In addition to three floors of permanent exhibitions covering everything from Florida’s first peoples to Spanish explorers, Cuban cigar rollers to pioneering cattle ranchers, the History Center features several changing exhibition galleries. See what’s on exhibit now.
Visit the Tampa Bay History Center! From conquistadors to cattle ranchers, three floors of exhibits explore the history of Florida. From conquistadors to cattle ranchers the Tampa Bay History Center is home to the Touchton Map Library, Columbia Cafe and a collection of 80,000 historical artifacts.
With more than 100,000 annual visitors, the History Center is one of Tampa’s premier cultural venues, and an anchor of the city’s cultural arts district. The History Center’s hands-on exhibit galleries, educational programs and community events offer a fun, entertaining and educational experience for visitors and locals of all ages.
Tampa Bay History Center is open: Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM; Buy tickets in advance on Tripadvisor. If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
The History Center hosts an array of programs and events throughout the year, from walking tours to book talks, summer camps to evening lectures on Florida's history and heritage. Sign up for Sangria and Stories, explore Tampa on a walking tour, and see who we're hosting for Florida Conversations.
Tampa Bay History Center • Cuban Club, 2010 N Avenida Republica de Cuba. Tour Tampa’s only National Historic Landmark District and learn about early Ybor City people, social life and work culture. Stroll past mutual aid societies, the Ybor Cigar Factory and other key landmarks.
Tampa Bay History Center offers docent-guided walking tours of Tampa's historic sites and neighborhoods. The tours last 90 minutes and cover about one mile. Two notable tours include Ybor City and Central Avenue East. Tampa Bay History Center hosts a monthly book group focused on Florida literature. The event is free with registration.
The History Center hosts exhibit previews and other special receptions throughout the year as a complimentary benefit for our members. These events offer an after-hours, specially-themed museum experience, gallery access, refreshments and an opportunity to network and socialize.
The official YouTube channel for the Tampa Bay History Center featuring videos from our historians, curators and staff, on Tampa Bay-area and Florida history, behind-the-scenes features on ...
WHERE: Tampa Bay History Center. 801 Water Street. Tampa, FL 33602. Join Neil Cosentino, entrepreneur, and self-proclaimed dreamer, as he recounts the motivations and moves, as well as the diligence and teamwork, behind Tampa’s bid for the 2012 Olympics. Although unsuccessful, this international event application could have been one of the ...