THREE PROMINENT AND distinct institutions designed to bring Newfoundland’s rich history to life—a museum, art gallery and provincial archive—are housed under one giant red roof, built to resemble a traditional fishing hut (Admission, $7.50)
Tampa Bay History Center
TAMPA BAY WAS was once 14 times its present size, and the city has a rich and vivid cultural history that predates the Jamestown settlement and the Plymouth colony by 80 to 90 years. With a mandate to encapsulate and celebrate the advanced aboriginal civilizations, exploits of conquistadors and evidence of American pioneer life, the Tampa Bay History Center opened late last year in the downtown Cultural Arts District.
The National Gallery of Canada
THE LARGEST VISUAL arts museum in the country houses one of the most important collections of historical and contemporary art in the world, and is among Canada’s oldest cultural institutions. View North American, European, Indigenous and Asian treasures for only $9.