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Buildings Alive! Ybor City Architecture Hop’s 10th Anniversary Celebration

Ybor City Museum
Discover the amazing stories behind historically significant buildings during the Buildings Alive! Ybor City Architecture Hop on Thursday, March 10, 2022, 5-10 pm.

The event is presented by the Ybor City Museum Society in partnership with the buildings showcased in the hop. This year marks the 10th anniversary of Buildings Alive! with an expanded lineup that features behind-the-scenes tours of 10 iconic buildings.

"Hoppers" can look forward to behind-the-scene tours of 10 historic buildings and an array of fantastic food and beverages along the way. They will be transported to an evening of discovery and enjoyable experiences by Jolley Trolleys throughout the evening.

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