MUSEUM INFORMATION

Where are we located?

The museum is located at:

3301 Gateway Centre Blvd. Pinellas Park, Florida 33782

How do I get to the museum?

From I-275 exit at Gandy Boulevard Exit #28. Turn west to the first light at Grand Avenue and turn right on Grand Avenue. At the first stop sign at Gateway Centre Parkway, turn left on Gateway Centre Parkway and left at the next street, Gateway Centre Drive, where the Tampa Bay Automobile Museum faces the intersection.

From US19, turn east onto Gateway Centre Drive. This intersection is approximately 8/10 of a mile north of Park Boulevard. Follow Gateway Center Drive until it ends at a stop sign at Gateway Centre Parkway. The Tampa Bay Automobile Museum is on the left.

Are group tours available?

The Tampa Bay Automobile Museum welcomes tour groups and will happily conduct docent-led tours if arranged in advance. Tour groups of 12 people or more are offered a $5 per person admission fee.

What are the museum hours?

We are open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday, Wednesday through Saturday
Noon to 4 p.m. Sunday
Closed Tuesday and holidays.

How much is admission to the museum?

Admission is $8 per person, $6 for seniors and $5 for students or groups of 12 or more. Children under 6 are free.

Do you have a gift shop or concessions?

We do have a gift shop with rare items pertaining to the automobiles found in our collection. We also offer a limited amount of concessions.


 

 

The Tampa Bay Automobile Museum, located in the Tampa, Clearwater, St. Petersburg area of west central Florida, features a unique collection of vintage cars and vehicles that demonstrate special creativity and imagination in their history and engineering. They include pioneering front wheel drive and rear engine cars from the 1920’s and 1930’s, and each vehicle was chosen based on the engineering achievements that made it an important part of the evolution of the automobile. These are the cars that set the standards for the engineering of automobiles today. Visitors enjoy a provocative blend of art and science in 12,000 square feet of gallery space.

Featured automobiles include Tracta, Citroën, Panhard and Voisin (France); Tatra and Aero (Czechoslovakia); DKW, Auto Union and Mercedes (Germany); Alvis, Allard and BSA (England): DeLorean (Ireland), and Willys Knight and Ruxton (USA). A special feature at the Museum is the world’s only replica of the French 1770 Fardier de Cugnot, the world’s first self-propelled vehicle. This vehicle is on loan from the Deutsche Bahn Museum in Nuremberg, Germany.

 
3301 Gateway Centre Blvd. Pinellas Park, Florida 33782
727.579.8226 | info@tbauto.org