I walked along the Riverwalk one morning to the museum. The building itself is quite striking, and is across from the architecturally distinctive University of Tampa. When I went to buy a ticket, I was informed that the museum was free since the main exhibit had just ended. Only two exhibits were open. One was "Recent Acquisitions", which contained about a dozen paintings and photographs and two sculptures. The other was slightly larger and had ancient Greek and Roman art. This was mostly pottery, but also had some interesting statues and busts. The main exhibit hall must be huge because the building seemed much smaller on the inside. All in all, it was worth the price of admission.
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