Cause Area

  • Arts & Culture
  • Children & Youth
  • Community
  • Environment


1101C E RIVER COVE STTAMPA, FL 33604 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

To celebrate and preserve the social-cultural and natural history of Sulphur Springs, a community that helped shape Tampa, Florida and Spring Hill, its historically African American neighbor; to educate and empower adults and youth about history, both locally and across the state of Florida while promoting a clean, safe environment for the neighborhood.


Sulphur Springs, home to many historic buildings and sites, has a rich and diverse history. Long time residents and members of the Sulphur Springs Neighborhood Association created the Museum's vision: to showcase this history, contribute to the community's economic growth, increase respect and preservation of its natural features, and provide educational resources and opportunities. Our Museum was founded in 2006, as we partnered with faculty and students in University of South Florida's Department of Anthropology, who helped us by performing research, conducting oral histories with local residents, and providing other resources to support our initiative. In 2017, we opened in a new facility at the Mann-Wagnon Memorial Park, marking a new era for the museum.


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