The Floridan Palace, formerly known as the Floridan Hotel, started construction in 1926 and officially opened the next year, the height of what is referred to as the “Roaring Twenties”. After the First World I, the early 1920s saw Florida’s…

The Jackson Rooming House still stands tall at 851 Zack Street as one of the few remaining structures from the Jim Crow era in Tampa. The era of racial segregation was unforgiving to African Americans traveling through Tampa for work or performances.…

As the name suggests, the Tampa Bay History Center (TBHC) is more than just a museum. Here, visitors of all ages can come to learn about Tampa’s past as well as enjoying various educational events to learn more about the place they live. TBHC…