By Kathy L. Collins

If you have been looking for a good deal and have wanted to really see a lot on a visit to  downtown Tampa and all it has to offer, then you need to get the Tampa Downtown Partnership’s Art and Entertainment Pass. This is a new program designed to allow Tampa Bay area residents, their families and visitors a great way to experience the best of downtown Tampa’s cultural venues and restaurants.

The pass allows for one-day admission (not all on the same day) to the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts (FMoPA), the Henry B. Plant Museum and the Tampa Bay History Center. With the pass, you also receive a movie ticket to the Tampa Theatre, buy one get one discount on the TECO Street Car and restaurant deals from six local establishments such as the Spain Restaurant, Malio’s Prime Steakhouse and Mise en place.

Angela Ruth, the Downtown Partnership’s Director of Marketplace said, “The Downtown Tampa Art and Entertainment pass will allow people to get a wide ranging taste of what the downtown experience is all about.” Ruth added, “This pass would make a great Mother’s Day, graduation, birthday or Father’s Day gift.”

The value of the pass with everything that you can get is $78.75. You can purchase the pass for just $30 and it is good until the end of September.

The Art and Entertainment pass is available at the Florida Museum of Photographic Art, the Henry B. Plant Museum, the Tampa Bay History Center and the Tampa Theatre.

Tampa Downtown Partnership is a registered 501 (c) (3) comprised of businesses, individuals and organizations with a common goal of advancing downtown Tampa. Visit or call 221-3686.


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