Directions to Old Time Pottery in Tampa
Old Time Pottery in Tampa is located off State Road 60 at the Brandon Crossings Shopping Center. Drivers can access State Road 60 from both US-301 and I-75. Brandon Crossings is a short drive Southwest of the Limona Improvement neighborhood in Brandon, FL and East of the Green Ridge Estates.
From Downtown Tampa
Follow E Twiggs St. toward Channelside Dr. Use the middle lane to turn left onto Channelside Dr. Turn right toward FL-60 E/E Adamo Dr. and continue for 6.7 miles until you reach Brandon Xing. Then turn right and follow the road past Home Depot where the road will bend to left then you will see Old Time Pottery to the right.
From I-75 South
Head north on I-75 N. Take exit 257 for FL-60 W. Continue on FL-60 W/E Adamo Dr. until you approach Brandon Xing. Be sure to approach in the left turn lane. After taking a left at the light, follow Brandon Xing past Home Depot and Old Time Pottery will be on the right, to the left of Empire Beauty School.
From FL-574 East
Take FL-574 W/E Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. toward Chastain Rd. Turn left to merge onto I-75 S toward Naples. Take exit 257 to merge onto FL-60 W and follow toward Brandon Xing. Turn left at the light and follow the road into the shopping center where you will see Old Time Pottery on the right.
Where to Find Affordable Home Goods in Tampa
Welcome to Old Time Pottery. When you are looking for home décor, outdoor living, and furniture near Tampa, look no further. You'll find a wide variety and ever-changing selection of furniture and home décor to fit in any room. We are the one-stop-shop home goods outlet with everything you need to give new life to your home’s décor.
Whether you just relocated to the Tampa Bay area and moved into a new space, or it's time for to refurnish a room, Old Time Pottery has and amazing selection of furniture, bed, bath and kitchen home goods at unbeatable prices. You’ll find unique pieces that are perfect for livening up any space.
Old Time Pottery offers everything for decorating your home with all those seasonal items you can't miss. Check out our variety of planters, floral displays, decorative storage, mirrors, and wall art. We’ve got your home covered from floor to ceiling, and we have something for every room.
What Makes Tampa Unique
Situated on the west coast of Central Florida, Tampa is the third-largest city in state. Tampa is part of the "Tampa Bay Area" that includes notable surrounding cities such as St. Petersburg and Clearwater. With roughly 4 million residents in the greater Tampa area, the city is considered the business center of western Florida.
In 1821, the United States purchased Florida from Spain. Three years later in 1824, Fort Brooke was established at the Mouth of the Hillsborough River which is now Downtown Tampa. In 1849, Tampa was officially incorporated as a village consisting of mostly military personnel. By 1855, Tampa was reincorporated into a town.
In 1883 the South Florida Railroad reached Tampa, connecting that small town to the nation's railroad system. The railroad opened new opportunities for industry to come to Tampa. By the early 20th century, the cigar making industry became the backbone of the Tampa economy. Factories in Ybor City and West Tampa produced millions of cigars each year.
Post World War II saw a major expansion of Tampa. During the 1950s and '60s Busch Gardens and Lowry Park were established as tourist attractions. The infrastructure of the city continued expanding with the development of roads and bridges. This era is considered key in establishing Tampa as the city most recognize it as today.
Residents of Tampa and students of The University of Tampa continue to enjoy a laid-back beach lifestyle and tropical weather, with all the amenities of a large metro area including professional sports teams, museums, entertainment and dining options, including the 2.6 mile Riverwalk district, home to restaurants, museums, and recreation.
The city has a mix of modern and historic landmarks, many infused with a Spanish and Cuban design. The majority of residents are transplants from other parts of the United States and Canada drawn to the region by the weather, activities, jobs and retirement opportunities.