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Tired of the usual dinner and a movie date? Try your hand at something new and take your significant other or group of friends for a night of painting. Painting With a Twist offers patrons a unique atmosphere where they can partake in an art lesson, with paint and canvas provided, while sipping and snacking on food and beverages brought from home. Far from the usual date or girls night activity, this is sure to be an unforgettable experience.
If you are a vintage car enthusiast, then the Tampa Bay Automobile Museum is a must on your itinerary when visiting the city. Opened in 2005, their collection is a range of automobiles from the 1920s through to the 1930s that were known for their engineering marvel. These cars were the pioneers of that era that set a trend for the future of vehicles. It features cars from all across the world such as the E from France, Tatra T87 from Czechoslovakia, DKW Meisterklasse from Germany and the American Ruxton.
This 5,000 square foot gallery space offers a collection of canvas prints from various artists with the option of onsite framing. Browse local and international artists work while the kids are kept occupied by the complimentary DVD collection and Xbox in the children's area. The gallery specializes in home and office art consultations and even offer installation services.
As one of the earliest parks in the South Tampa area, Ballast Point Park has been providing outdoor fun for countless Floridians since its construction in 1894. Besides offering splendid views of downtown Tampa, Ballast features a water area, playground and covered picnic area. Families head here in droves during the summer months for some good old fashioned outdoor recreation.
Ben T Davis Beach is a cloistered white sand beach adjacent to the Courtney Campbell Trail in Tampa/St. Petersburg, FL. It is one of the largest beaches in the city with small shelters and shacks for refreshment. It is a pleasant sight to see groups playing beach volley or families on a picnic here.