The Museum is Temporary Closed
The Tampa Museum of Art will temporarily close its facility to support the effort of containing the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
In the interest of protecting the well-being of our staff, members, visitors, students, and volunteers, and following guidance from local, state and federal authorities regarding measures that best promote public health, we have decided to temporarily close the Museum, Museum Store, and the Riverwalk Cafe, to the public and cancel all classes and public events during this time period. Learn more
Tampa Museum of Art
Cornelia Corbett Center
120 W. Gasparilla Plaza
Tampa, Fl 33602
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday*: 10am – 5pm
Thursday**: 10am – 8pm
Saturday & Sunday: 10am – 5pm
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday***: 10am – 4pm
Thursday: 10am – 7pm
Saturday & Sunday: 10am – 4pm
* Museum: Fourth Fridays open 10am – 8pm.
** Museum: Art on the House on Thursday evenings from 4 – 8 pm. Pay-as-you-will admission.
*** Riverwalk Café at TMA: Fourth Friday open until 7pm.
The Museum is closed on Gasparilla, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.
Traffic and Parking Advisory: See the City of Tampa’s parking map for alternative parking locations.
Tampa Museum of Art is the only museum in the country accessible by boat—and it’s free! There are two slips on the Riverwalk available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Museums come with their own set of rules. Explore our visitor guidelines to get the most of our your visit.
Guests visiting from out of town can stay at the historic Le Méridien in downtown Tampa and receive complimentary general admission to the Tampa Museum of Art’s exhibitions by presenting one of the Unlock Art passes provided by the hotel.
The Tampa Museum of Art is committed to making its building and programs accessible to visitors with disabilities.
Leo Villareal (American, b. 1967)
Sky Tampa, 2010
Light emitting diodes, Mac Mini, circuitry, Custom software and aluminum.
Tampa Museum of Art. Museum purchase. Additional funds provided by Friends of the Museum and the Raymond James Gasparilla Festival of the Arts, Inc. in celebration of its 40th Anniversary. Support for the purchase of LED lights was made possible in part with funds from the City of Tampa’s Public Art Program 2010.001. Photographer: Richard Barnes, ©Richard Barnes.© 2010 Leo Villareal. All rights reserved.