Hey everyone! Travis here with more great things to do in Tampa Bay! On April 22 from noon to 1pm, the Henry B. Plant Museum celebrates Earth Day by offering a free lecture, Conservation Conversations about the Tampa Bay Hotel, which will take place on the veranda in front of the Museum.
All you have to do is bring a brown bag lunch and enjoy your lunch while Curator of Education, Gianna Russo and Curator, Susan Carter give a brief history of Henry Plant and the Tampa Bay Hotel.
They will provide a timeline of major conservation movements from 1891-1931 and discuss the architectural features and building materials, which today would be considered “green”. Afterwards they will tour these features in the building.
And complimentary beverages and dessert will be provided...great news right??!!
In case you didn't know or have never been there, the Henry B. Plant Museum is located next to downtown, on The University of Tampa campus (that's at 401 W. Kennedy Boulevard). For additional information, just visit their website at www.plantmuseum.com.
And you can make your reservation by calling Gianna Russo, Curator of Education at (813) 258-7304 or emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org. And remember that parking is free in front of the Museum or in the Thomas Parking Garage next door.
Have a great, and educational time if you head out there. And as always, keep checking back here for more Tampa Bay area events, along with other Tampa Bay entertainment options.