Florida Museum of Photographic Arts
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Lonely Planet review
This small, intimate photography museum is housed on the 2nd and 3rd story of the Cube, a five-story atrium, in downtown Tampa. In addition to a permanent collection from Harold Edgerton and Len Prince, temporary exhibits have included the work of Ansel Adams, Andy Warhol and contemporary photographers such as David Hilliard. Three-hour ($55), one day ($60) and multi-week photography courses are also offered.