- The list below includes 203 free or cheap things to do in or near St. Pete Beach, Florida, including 83 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Beaches, Fishing and Paddleboarding.
- From Saint Pete Beach to Merry Pier, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in St. Pete Beach and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Tampa, Largo, St. Petersburg and Clearwater.
The Alligator Attraction gives patrons the truly rare opportunity to hold and pet live alligators. The reptiles' mouths are secured with strong elastic bands while they are interacting with visitors. There is also a gift shop on the premesis.
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1101 Country Club Way South, St. Petersburg, FL 33705 MoreLess Info
Situated on 245 acres, Boyd Hill Nature Park sits along Lake Maggiore and includes swamp woodlands, pine flatwoods, willow marsh and hardwood hammocks. The park offers a playground, trails, picnic areas, guided tours and access to wildlife.
Gilligan's Fishing Charter is a fishing charter company that offers private fishing charters for up to six passengers at a time. The trips have accommodations including private bathrooms, bait, tackle, and fishing licenses.
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15100 Gulf Blvd, Madeira Beach, FL 33708 MoreLess Info
Located behind a sand dune, Archibald Memorial Beach Park offers visitors scenic views of the ocean while providing an area for swimming and lounging. The park is home to a well known, local concession stand, the Snack Shack.
84% 255 votes
15395 Gulf Blvd., Madeira Beach, FL 33708 MoreLess Info
Combining mini-golf with alligator watching, Smugglers Cove Adventure Golf was voted by Florida Monthly Magazine the best mini-golf course 3 years in a row. The facilities on the site can be rented for special occasions.
Constructed in 1924 and featuring excellent examples of Beaux Arts style architecture, the State Theatre is a music venue that hosts various live music events of all genres. It has a total capacity of 705 people, 4 full beverage bars, and a merch room.
Both permanent and temporary exhibitions are on display at the Florida Holocaust Museum that is spread over three floors. The permanent collection concentrates on the history of the Holocaust through historical texts, photographs, and original artifacts.