The delightful Henry B. Plant Museum is housed in the 1891 Tampa Bay Hotel, the Victorian railroad resort that defined the elegant frontier, now a National Historic Landmark. Unlike most museums dedicated to lifestyles of the past, it contains the actual furnishings enjoyed by the first guests to visit here. The Museum accurately reflects the opulence of turn-of-the-century America and the vision of American transportation pioneer, Henry B. Plant.
Learn more about the elegant lifestyle of the early Florida tourist, as well as the many events, exhibits and programs the Museum has to offer.
You get a pass for 2 that lets you explore the museum, plus you get a discount if you shop at their store.