Always a Bigger Fish

Colorful image of bridges, factories, and railroad yard. Matching border with thick, matching tassels. Florida Historical Markers Program. While the thunderstorms have exited and will stay to the south, the cold front has made its presence known as we'll be a ten degrees below where we'd normally be this time of September. Tuesday, September 11 8: NICE pennant for the amusement park aficionado!


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Interpreters are present in traditional Victorian costumes and there is live entertainment on the Center Stage. These presentations are given by characters talking about their experiences. Characters are based either wholly or in part on actual guests or staff of the hotel. Music in the Museum is a live music series, serving as a throwback to days when the hotel featured daily concerts. The museum occasionally holds antiques evaluations, similar to what you might see on Antiques Roadshow.

First Fridays is a program that occurs monthly, where admission to the museum is free, and visitors can enjoy a tasting table and live jazz music. The museum also hosts special exhibitions, in it is hosting Passionate Design: The Plant Museum is a part of the Tampa Downtown Partnership, which serves the downtown community through initiatives such as developing greater transportation to make downtown more accessible and keeping downtown clean.

The museum is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums. The hotel once featured many attractions, most located in what is now known as Plant Park. Today, as part of both the University of Tampa's campus and the museum's grounds, several can still be seen.

At the entrance to the park is the "Henry Bradley Plant Memorial Fountain," commissioned by Margaret Plant in after her husband's death. The fountain title is Transportation , and reflects Mr. Plant's system of trains and ships with carved representations of each on the sculpture. The fountain was carved from solid stone by George Grey Barnard , and is the oldest public art in the city of Tampa. It was completely conserved in Facing the Hillsborough River near the University of Tampa's library are two historic cannon from Fort Brooke , the early 19th century military post established around which Tampa developed.

The two guns are model iron pounder seacoast guns, and were originally part of a three-gun Confederate battery guarding Tampa Bay during the Civil War. On May 6, , a Union naval raiding party captured Fort Brooke and, before withdrawing the next day, disabled the three heavy cannon by blowing one trunnion off of each trunnions are the side projections on which cannon pivot to elevate or depress. This damage is still evident on the two Plant Park guns today.

In the s, Henry Plant moved two of the long-abandoned cannon from the site of the old fort to the grounds of his new Tampa Bay Hotel, placing them in a small earthwork revetment as a curiosity for the hotel's guests. Later the guns were placed on plinths made of coquina blocks. Recently Tampa's Rough Riders civic group remounted the Fort Brooke cannon on replica gun carriages in a new stone revetment in Plant Park.

The lost third Fort Brooke cannon was for many years a lawn decoration at Bayshore Boulevard, but was donated to a World War II scrap metal drive on October 9, Facing Kennedy Boulevard in Plant Park is another historic weapon, this one an impressive turn-of-the-century coast defense gun. It memorializes the important part Tampa played in the Spanish—American War , and symbolically points south towards Cuba.

The true story is a bit more complicated. The new gun is mounted on the top portion of a railway gun carriage dating from World War I rather than the "disappearing carriage" of the original Fort Dade weapon. Plant Park once housed a small zoo located along Biology Creek, a stream that runs down part of the park. The creek is fed from an underground spring that comes up beneath the hotel and empties a few hundred yards away into the Hillsborough River. In its heyday, the zoo contained a bear and an alligator , plus many smaller animals.

It was famous for its hundreds of squirrels and small lizards , which are still on campus. The bear and alligator were eventually moved up river and became the core attractions for what is now the Lowry Park Zoo. The creek's name derives from a later period in its history, when students from the university used its water to conduct various biology experiments.