Imagine Museum: Contemporary Glass Art Tickets

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Imagine Museum

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Helen,  United States United States
03 Jan 2023
Imagine is a fantastic museum, one of the best glass museums that I have ever seen. Street parking is easy, and make sure you go up to the 2nd floor!
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Andre,  United States United States
02 Oct 2022
It was a great experience. My 10yr old daughter found it interesting and fun. She loved the Scavenger Hunt they provided. She. Is looking forward to going back. The gift shop has a beautiful selection.
It was a great experience. My 10yr old daughter found it interesting and fun. She loved the Scavenger Hunt they provided. She. Is looking forward to going back. The gift shop has a beautiful selection.
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Diane,  United States United States
13 Feb 2023
The museum was awesome. A great experience and would brings to visit in the future.
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About: Imagine Museum: Contemporary Glass Art

Imagine Museum features a world-class contemporary art collection of glass sculptures inside its 34,000 square feet location.

The artworks showcase the evolution of contemporary glass art from the 1960s until present day. As you stroll through the galleries, you'll see how the field has expanded into masterpieces of color, light and motion.

Monday Closed
Tuesday 10:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
Thursday 10:00 - 20:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 17:00
Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
Imagine Museum: Contemporary Glass Art
1901 Central Avenue, FL 33713, Saint Petersburg
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