USF Contemporary Art Museum
3821 USF Holly Drive
Opening January 11, CAM’s latest exhibit, “The Visible Turn: Contemporary Artists Confront Political Invisibility,” depicts the people and ideas excluded from today’s social, political and cultural affairs. Four international artists teamed up to create the installations that depict this cultural concealment and invisibility. The exhibit includes objects, performances and artist-directed activities.
(813) 974-2849 | usfcam.usf.edu
Ybor City Museum
1818 9th Ave.
This urban park and historical museum takes visitors on an adventure through the unique history of Ybor City. The location consists of a main exhibit space in the historic Ferlita Bakery building, a Mediterranean-style garden and a recreated cigar worker’s house. Guided tours are offered to assist guests’ immersion into the heart of Ybor City.
(813) 247-6323 | ybormuseum.org
Tampa Baseball Museum
2003 N. 19th Street
Formerly the home of Tampa’s ﬁrst Major League Baseball player, Al Lopez, this museum explores 125 years of baseball in the city. Guests can get to know more than 80 Tampa-native baseball greats and how they came to be these honorable ﬁgures. Still in fund-raising stages but expected to open soon, the museum will display artifacts from all levels of the game — Little League, Major League, Negro Leagues and more.
(813) 247-1434 | tampabaseballmuseum.org
Tampa Police Museum
411 N. Franklin St.
The Tampa Police Museum honors Tampa police officers killed in the line of duty. Inside the museum, visitors can ﬁnd preserved records, books and police equipment. Educational programs are offered to promote the knowledge of police science and careers in the police force.
(813) 276-3200 | tampapolicememorial.org
Tampa Fireﬁghters Museum
720 Zack St.
Built in 1911, this building was once home to the headquarters of the Tampa Fire Rescue. Now, the building stands as the preservation of the stories, events and people that once deﬁned the ﬁre rescue service in Tampa. The museum offers educational courses on ﬁre safety and strives to increase the interest in careers in the service.
(813) 964-6862 | tampaﬁreﬁghtersmuseum.org
CASS, Contemporary Art Space & Studio
2722 S. MacDill Ave.
This art gallery focuses on modern, collectible art pieces from local to international artists. In addition to its diverse exhibitions on display, the gallery offers lectures and workshops from various artists. Stay tuned to CASS’ website for information on upcoming exhibits at the gallery and at locations around Tampa, like the Epicurean Hotel on South Howard Avenue.
(813) 839-7135 | casscontemporary.com