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The museum was engaging to teens, we ate Cuban sandwiches in the shaded courtyard and we learned a bit in the process. Thanks to the Ranger and volunteer, we had a lovely day. Did not know the park across from the Museum housed so many...More
I came in on a weekday morning when it was not busy. It is a very interesting museum that tells the story of Ybor City with some great displays. It was a very good visit with a helpful ranger and later a knowledgeable volunteer arrived...More
The Ybor City State Museum is a must see! For only $4 fee per person you can learn about the founding of Ybor City the cigar capital of the world. The tour of a cigar factory worker’s casita was interesting! Our docent was very informative!...More
For $4 each person my husband and I enjoyed the history behind the creation of Ybor City. We actually enjoyed a 20 minute video before a self-guided tour with a follow-up of viewing of housing from the early 1900's. Our guide was exceptional and we...More
What a wonderful experience. Didn't really know what to expect. Very informative guide that was very detailed in the history of Ybor City. There is a 20 minute video that explains a lot, but it is actual tour that is captivating. Would recommend to everyone...More
The Ybor City State Museum was fantastic. $4.00 per person entry. Tour guide was helpful, informative. Visited an actual casito, a home to cigar roller employees. The museum includes a great video of history.
This was our second visit - last time was 2016. We had friends to stay and knew they’d find it interesting. No problem parking outside as it was Sunday and so plenty of street parking available. Last time there was an introduction video by the...More
We paid $4.00/pp. Unless there are two museums and we went to the other one? It won't let me post a link but if you google Ybor City Museum and then go to the "Visit the Museum" link and then click on "info" it will tell... More
We paid $4.00/pp. Unless there are two museums and we went to the other one? It won't let me post a link but if you google Ybor City Museum and then go to the "Visit the Museum" link and then click on "info" it will tell you the admission price and hours.