The Museum Store

The Store at the Museum of Fine Arts is where you will find a variety of imaginative, educational, and stylish items perfect for yourself or for a gift.

Find artisan jewelry, apparel, one-of-a-kind glass and wood pieces, prints, paintings, and photography by local and international artists and designers. Be intrigued by the wide variety of books and media on art & design, exhibition catalogues, cookbooks and young readers that are available. Discover design goods, unique children’s toys and games, greeting cards, and an ever-changing assortment of products that relate to the special exhibitions at the MFA.

The Store is open to the public and museum admission is not required for entry. All proceeds help fund our Educational Programs. Members receive a 10% discount on all purchases.

 

Image provided by Leslie Joy Ickowitz.

Hours

Monday–Saturday: 10 am–5:30 pm
Thursday: 10 am–8 pm
Sunday: 11 am–5:30 pm

Located on the first floor of the Museum in the Hazel Hough Wing
727-896-2667 ext. 225

DIGNITY NO MATTER WHAT, THE LIGHT WITHIN

 Renato Rampolla, son of MFA collection artist Frank Rampolla will be signing copies of his new book in the Museum Store on Sunday, November 25th from 2pm – 4pm.

All Net Proceeds to go to help the homeless.

“For the past year I have been meeting and photographing homeless people in different cities across the United States.  Excerpts of our conversations and their portraits which were taken on the street are displayed here in this book along with poetry and quotations I considered apropos to the feelings I felt while spending time with each individual. My intent with this project is to raise social consciousness about the homeless.”

 

 

 


FOOD + ART: COOKING AROUND TAMPA BAY WITH THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, ST. PETERSBURGFLORIDA

A collection of 116 recipes from Tampa Bay cooks and chefs, ranging from splashy party dishes to vegetarian main dishes to simple weeknight dinners. This beautiful book, published in honor of our 50th anniversary by the MFA and the Margaret Acheson Stuart Society, also highlights selected works from the collections. View the flipbook

in-store highlights

John Wayne

creative clay

Partnering with Creative Clay; a cultural arts center and social service agency which provides educational, expressive, and vocational opportunities in the arts for people with obstacles to arts access. Their artists profit directly from the sale of artwork and products sold at the MFA Museum Store.


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Books & media

Featuring a carefully curated selection of books and media including: art & design, exhibition catalogues, cookbooks, young readers and everything in between.

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