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  • Ybor City State MuseumYbor City State Museum Tampa, Florida
    The Ybor City museum society and museum state park allow the visitor to enjoy the wonderful cultural heritage of Ybor City, a suburb of Tampa, Florida, which is one of the two National Historic Landmark districts in the state. The museum itself is found in the old 1923 Ferlita Bakery building with a marvelous Mediterranean style garden, and the casita, a typical home for the cigar worker and his family. Ybor City was quite important to the growth of Tampa, and it was once known as the Cigar Capital of the World. The society began in 1982, supporting the museum's state park by making exhibits, cultural and historical resources, educational tours and programming that the Ybor City's exciting and important history is included in the culture of Tampa. There are yearly Cigar Heritage Festivals that the society puts on, as well as the Legacy Awards Brunch and various other community events and openings. This year, the society will continue making important changes to the museum's displays, with the development of new educational aids and more interactive exhibits to encourage the continued success of the museum and its many programs for the community.

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  • Lowry Park ZooLowry Park Zoo Tampa, Florida
    The Lowry Park Zoo is located on 56 acres of land in Tampa, Florida and was voted the number 1 family friendly zoo in the nation by Child Magazine in 2004 and it has been recognized by the state of Florida as a center for wildlife conservation and biodiversity. The city's first zoo was only a small collection of exotic animals housed in Plant Park that was located on the grounds of the University of Tampa on the other side of the Hillsborough River from downtown Tampa. In the mid1950s, then Mayor Nick Nuccio wanted the zoo moved to a place with more room, and a plot of land in Seminole Heights was picked, becoming a combination zoo and park called Lowry Park after General Sumter Loper Lowry, one of the city's residents that had been involved in civic contributions and service in a few wars, but had been vilified by his controversial political viewpoints. The new park opened in 1957, with the zoo sharing the park with Fairyland, that had concrete statues telling fairy tales and nursery rhymes along a meandering maze of paths that walked along below sprawling oak trees; and entered by a huge rainbow bridge. The collection of animals continued to grow, with more attractions added, as well as rides, like a small roller coaster, kiddies train and skyride.

January 11, 2011