The Tampa Art Museum was established in 1979 and houses more than 4,500 objects in its permanent collection & has the largest collection of Greek and Roman antiquities in the Southeast. ***Every Friday from 4 until 8pm, the Museum offers FREE admission as
part of our new Art on the House program sponsored by Hill Ward
2019 galaRE:, presented by Oxford Exchange
Arts patrons and enthusiasts are invited to experience galaRE:, an exclusive art and cultural evening showcasing the 49th Annual Gasparilla Festival of the Arts' award-winning works, the artists who created them, and the juror who selected them.
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Recommended Ratings & Reviews
A great art museum, with lots of beautiful arts and they will display different artists and arts once in a while.
Tampa Museum of Art is really cool! I have been a couple of times and I am returning for the Yayoi Kusama Exhibit next week! :)
The Tampa Museum of Art is beautifully located in Downtown Tampa near the Straz Center and Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park. It is a wonderful venue for hosting private and public events. Definitely worth the visit.
Pros: Great location on the water, beautiful works of art.
Cons: Parking is not the best but that can be expected being on the water in Downtown. Just use the parking garage or walk the short distance from other nearby parking.
One of the best museums in Tampa! So many cool exhibits and pieces of art.