Tampa Museum of Art

Founded in 1920, the Tampa Museum of Art inspires visitors with engaging exhibitions and innovative educational programs that emphasize ancient, modern, and contemporary art. The Museum houses one of the largest Greek and Roman antiquities collections in the southeastern United States. As one of the region’s most prominent museums devoted to the art of our time, the Museum’s permanent collection also embraces sculpture, photography, painting, new media, and more.

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The 20 best new St. Pete bars and restaurants that opened so far this year

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By Molly Ryan

Salty Nun  

2501 Central Ave.
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Photo via Salty Nun/Facebook
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By Ray Roa

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By Josh Bradley

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By Max Steele

Anywhere along the Courtney Campbell Causeway
Tampa Bay
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Photo via Clearwater Police Department
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