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Eerie Evening at the Tampa Bay Hotel

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Presented by Henry B. Plant Museum at Henry B. Plant Museum, Tampa FL

Oct 30 2020
Eerie Evening at the Tampa Bay Hotel

See the Museum in moonlight as you’ve never see it before and try to solve a murder mystery before the next victim falls!

An Eerie Evening at the Tampa Bay Hotel returns to the Henry Plant Museum!  See the Museum in moonlight as you’ve never see it before and try to solve a murder mystery before the next victim falls.  Period lighting and candles set the stage for a night of intrigue.  Candle light flickers off the walls as visitors travel to a time long past.

The former Tampa Bay Hotel has been a silent witness to countless individuals over the past 129 years.  Who knows how many crossed the threshold with malice in their hearts?  Visitors to An Eerie Evening will find themselves transported back to the 1890s, shortly after a terrible crime has been committed.   Evidence and clues are scattered throughout the rooms and guests must strive to put the pieces together in time to prevent the next attack.

An Eerie Evening at the Tampa Bay Hotel is a rare opportunity to visit the Museum after dark.  Space is limited to 30 individuals per hour and masks are required for all guests.

ADMISSION INFO

Tickets are $25 per person.  The event is intended for visitors ages 16+. Ticket times are: 6-7, 7:15-8:15 with additional times available if needed.  Cleaning of all high touch areas will occur regularly throughout the evening.

Contact: 813.254.1891

Email: museum@ut.edu

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LOCATION

Henry B. Plant Museum

401 W. Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33606

PARKING INFO

Parking is available in front of the Museum or follow signs to the Thomas Parking Garage.

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

    • Assisted Listening System
    • Closed Caption
    • Large Print
    • Open Caption
    • Wheelchair Access

The Henry B. Plant Museum is certified Autism Friendly by the Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD).

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