The Museum of Fine Arts is one of the most beautiful museums in the Southeast.
The Museum has an encyclopedic collection of art from around the globe and across the centuries, with almost 5,000 years of civilization represented by more than 20,000 objects extending from antiquity to the present. The collection includes works by Monet, Morisot, Pearlstein, Willem de Kooning, Rodin, O’Keeffe and many others, as well as ancient Greek and Roman, Asian, African, Art of the Americas and Native American art.
Two interior gardens, one devoted to sculpture, encourage reflection. An intimate second-floor gallery, in the Hazel Hough Wing, displays changing works of art from traveling exhibitions to private collections to photographs. The Museum’s photographic collection is one of the largest and most significant in the Southeast. The MFA has been repeatedly named the best art museum in the Tampa Bay area by regional media.
HoursThe Museum is open today 10 am–5 pm.
- Adults $17
- Seniors, 65 & older $15
- Military with ID $15
- College Students w/ID $10
- Child (age 7 to 18) $10
- Child (age 6 and younger) Free
- Members Free
Plan Your Visit
The Museum of Fine Arts offers tours that will leave a lasting impression on any group, from professional and business associations, to social organizations to students.
Located inside the beautiful Glass Conservatory, the MFA Café is wonderful place to have a gourmet lunch or a simple refreshment.
All Museum facilities comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Wheelchairs are available on a non-reserved, first-come first-served basis. ASL interpreted tours need at least three weeks advanced notice.