Experience the extravagance and grandeur of a Victorian Christmas at
the Henry Plant Museum’s 39 th Annual Victorian Christmas Stroll. Allowing visitors a glimpse into the magic of Christmas past, this holiday tradition is a safe and family-friendly way to celebrate this year.
With a different theme in every exhibit room, there is sure to be something for everyone. Look closely in exhibit cases and you will find snow babies and tiny antique trees. Travel back to the 1890s with a
Christmas display including original watercolor paintings by nationally recognized artist Kathy Durdin.
Paintings will be available for purchase, and all will benefit the Museum. Gaze in wonder at a 14’ tree
bedecked in antique ornaments. Other decorations include a replica Plant System train, vintage fashions, antique toys, orchids, fruit, shells, and fanciful ornaments.
To ensure the safety of all visitors, timed tickets to the Victorian Christmas Stroll are available in
limited numbers and should be purchased in advance by visiting plantmuseum.com.
Event Dates: November 21 – December 31 from 10 am – 5 pm daily (closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and
Masks are required for all visitors, and sanitization stations are available throughout the
VIRTUAL: The Museum is pleased to offer the first-ever Virtual Victorian Christmas Stroll tour. With a special message from Tampa Mayor Jane Castor, this tour includes highlights from the 39th Stroll and looks back at previous years, and is accompanied by the Master Chorale and the Empire Brass.
This virtual opportunity is available beginning December 1st .
Proceeds from the Victorian Christmas Stroll fund museum restoration and preservation projects, as
well as educational programming.