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Henry B. Plant Museum

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When you’re building a railroad to nowhere, how do you make the journey worthwhile? …. If you’re railroad magnate Henry Bradley Plant, in the midst of the sand swamps that would be Tampa, you construct the most astonishingly magnificent hotel of its day, then fill it with treasures from around the world. With its splendid Moorish architecture, opulent furnishings, and spectacular tropical gardens, Plant’s Tampa Bay Hotel attracted a host of celebrated guests, from Teddy Roosevelt to Sarah Bernhardt to Babe Ruth. A visit to the Henry B. Plant Museum and the authentically restored rooms of the Tampa Bay Hotel will transport you back to a time of indulgent 10-course meals and waltzing on the verandah by moonlight.…The journey is still worthwhile. At the Henry B. Plant Museum, come experience the grandeur of an extravagant Victorian palace that opened in 1891 as the Tampa Bay Hotel and is now a National Historic Landmark. Stroll the grand hallway and enter magnificent rooms adorned with European furniture and art treasures of the Gilded Age. Experience the elegance of the Victorian lifestyle as a tourist in turn-of-the century Florida. The Museum Store features an enchanting collection of antique reproductions and accessories, jewelry, books, paper dolls, and many other unique and romantic treasures.

Amenities:
  • Amenities:
  • Bus Parking, Gift Shop, Off-site Venues Nearby
  • Average Visit Time:
  • 1 - 2 hours, 2 - 3 hours,
  • Contact Information:
  • Group Sales Email lhuban@ut.edu,

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Victorian Christmas Stroll

December 01, 2016 - December 23, 2016
Experience the extravagance and grandeur of a Victorian Christmas at the former 1891 Tampa Bay Hotel with magnificent rooms adorned with authentic Victorian-style decorations, elaborately trimmed trees, lush greenery, antique toys and imaginative ornaments. Complimentary spiced cider and cookies will be served on the veranda every day, and carolers each evening will perform music for our merriment.
http://www.plantmuseum.com

lhuban@ut.edu

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