The highlight of Tour Tampa Bay Architecture is a self-guided walking tour of significant architecture in Downtown Tampa. An interesting array of 22 historic, modern, sustainable, award-winning and critically acclaimed buildings and locations are featured. Information is, in most cases, only accessible once your reach the building, by scanning a QR Code that has been placed on or near it. This way you are able to truly appreciate and experience it. The location of the QR Code is shown in the photo marking the building location on the downtown map.
Find the code on or near the building, scan the code using the FREE QR code software on your mobile device and access information about the history, architecture, architect and other interesting facts. Almost all pages have short multimedia clips and more detailed information is available to read.
In the event, the QR code is missing, please use the following links to learn about each building.
101 South Franklin - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_15-html
103 South Franklin - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_16-html
Glazer Children’s Museum - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_17-html
Historic Federal Courthouse / Le Meridien - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_7-html
Historic Tampa City Hall - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_9-html
Kiley Garden - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_2-html
Oaklawn Cemetery - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_12-html
Rivergate Tower - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_1-html
Sacred Heart Catholic Church - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_8-html
Saint Andrews Episcopal Church - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_18-html
Saint Paul’s United Methodist Episcopal Church - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_19-html
Tampa Bay History Center - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_11-html
Tampa Firefighters Museum - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_20-html
Tampa Museum of Art - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_14-html
Tampa Theater - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_6-html
Tampa Union Station - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_21-html
The Arlington Hotel - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_22-html
The Florida Aquarium - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_10-html
The Floridan Hotel - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_23-html
The Kress Building - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_5-html
University of Tampa - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_3-html
USF CAMLS Building - http://tourtampabayarchitecture.com/page_24-html
In order for your phone to read TOURTAMPABAYARCHITECTURE QR codes, your phone must have QR code reading software installed. This is easy to do, and the software is free.
Based on your mobile phone, please choose from the following options: iPhone: Download NeoReaderfrom the iTunes store (recommended)
All others: Direct your mobile browser to here to automatically find the best QR code reading software for your phone.
NOTE: Your phone carrier may charge you for data transfer depending on your subscription plan.
The expansion of Tour Tampa Bay Architecture has been financed in part with historic preservation grant assistance provided by the Bureau of Historic Preservation, Division of Historical Resources, Florida Department of State, assisted by the Florida Historical Commission. However, the contents and opinions do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the Florida Department of State, nor does the mention of trade names or commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendation by the Florida Department of State.