The Tampa Baseball Musem at the Al Lopez House is Located in Ybor City

Tampa’s National Landmark Historic District, at:
2003 N. 19th Street
Tampa, Florida 33605

(813) 247-1434
Info@TampaBaseballMuseum.org

See the Museum Hours and Pricing.

Ride the TECO Line Streetcar to the Tampa Baseball Museum. Streetcar Station #1 – Centennial Park (8th Avenue & 20th Street) is conveniently located near the museum. From the station, walk one block west and make a right (north) onto 19th Street. The museum will be one-and-a-half blocks ahead on your right.

Parking

Parking options are plentiful near the Tampa Baseball Museum. Choose from two well-lit parking garages, to parking lots and on-street parking spaces throughout Ybor City (free for a two-hour period).

Each Saturday, complimentary parking is offered in City of Tampa parking lots along 8th Avenue. Enter the lots from 19th Street, between 7th and 8th Avenues.

Privately operated valet parking is available at prime locations such as Centro Ybor, Bernini of Ybor and the Columbia Restaurant. Hours are limited.

For additional parking options, click here.

Driving Directions

From I-4:
Take Exit 1 (21st and 22nd streets).
Turn south on 21st Street (one-way street).
Turn right (west) onto Palm Avenue.
Take second left (south) onto 19th Street.
The Tampa Baseball Museum is the first building on your left.

From the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway:
Take the exit for Ybor City – 21st and 22nd streets.
Turn north on 22nd Street.
Turn left (west) onto Palm Avenue.
Take second left (south) onto 19th Street.
The Tampa Baseball Museum is the first building on your left.