Preserve, Interpret, Present

Bing Rooming House African American Museum

“Bing Rooming House African American Museum is at the forefront of diversity, thought and content in Plant City, Florida”  James “Jimmy” Washington (2007)



Wednesdays 10:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Saturdays 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.


Please contact 1-863-398-2059 during dates museum is not listed above as closed.  This includes MLK Festival 2022 planning.

Upcoming Events

National Women's Month April

Join us as we celebrate and recognize Women of Color during National Women's Month. Each week we will highlight local Plant City area women of color who have had profound impact in the community.

National Diversity Month

Diversity includes a wide spectrum of people, places and moments in time. Let's celebrate April and have a broad discussion on diversity. Political Forums will be held so residents can meet and get to know those who seek to represent this diverse community.

Let the Story tell the story

The museum strives to accurately preserve, interpret, and present Plant City’s African American history from an African American perspective. Exhibits, artifacts, storyboards, oral history, and written documents help both American and international visitors better understand the experiences of African Americans during the segregation era.

PC Selfie Tour

Plant City, Florida is home to over 25 landmarks, structures and businesses relating to African American History.  The Bing House Museum, Plant City Photo Archives, Marshall School, Glover Campus, two slave cemeteries, Law Office of Ted Taylor and the new downtown mural are just a few examples.  Click below to get a map and description of each location.

Latin Jazz Recording Artist Jose Ramirez jams at Plant City Blues, BBQ & Berries on Evers Street June 26, 2021.

Special Thanks to Solution Source, Wetherington Tractor Services and Hillsboro Bank, Holiday Inn Express and Marzucco Realty.

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