A place to find unique gifts for the special someone on your list who has a heart for the arts.

Unique Gifts and More

At the entrance of the Polk Museum of Art is a fun little place called the Hollis Gallery - home to one of our favorite places to find unique gifts, The Shop at PMoA. In this quaint little store you’ll find art (of course), jewelry, ceramics, glass, books, children’s items and more.

One-of-a-Kind Art-o-Mat Machine

Do you like giving cleverly curated gifts? A piece of original art from Polk Museum of Art's Art-o-Mat machine makes a fun addition to gift bags or baskets. These repurposed vintage cigarette machines distribute original art in exchange for tokens, which can be purchased at The Shop at PMoA. You could actually just give the token as a gift in the card and allow the recipient the enjoyment of using the machine on their own while visiting the museum. Throw in a gift card to a downtown Lakeland restaurant and you’ll really make someone’s day.

Polk Museum of Art
Polk Museum of Art

Polk Museum of Art

Shopping at the Museum Store has its perks. You are already at Polk Museum of Art so why not check out the art on display. Admission is always free.

Address / Location

800 E Palmetto St
Lakeland, FL 33801
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Hours of Operation

Seasonal Hours June - August
Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Seasonal Hours September - May
Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Sunday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.

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3 Star Rating

Went because it was free and we wanted to do something in town. The first floor was ok. The second floor wasn’t really interested in what was displayed. Read Full Review

3 Star Rating

Not terribly large, a bit disappointed by the content. I was expecting more. The upstairs was not at all interesting to me, but they brag on the fact that they are modern... Free as it is part of... Read Full Review

4 Star Rating

I had hoped to be able to see the American Impressionists, but for some unexplained reason the area was not open. That didn't leave a lot to be seen... there's an area devoted to primitive ceramics... Read Full Review

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