- The list below includes 233 free or cheap things to do in or near Tampa, Florida, including 82 different types of inexpensive activities like Neighborhoods, Breweries, History Museums and Parks.
- From Lettuce Lake Park to Bayshore Boulevard, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Tampa and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Tarpon Springs, Largo, St. Petersburg and Clearwater.
The Dinner Detective Tampa Lakeland MoreLess Info
Actors with more than two decades of experience in theater, film, and improv use their skills to create comedy and suspense
Situated in a residential area, Walsingham Park offers hiking trails, playgrounds, picnic areas and a boat ramp. Visitors can use canoes and other small watercraft to float and fish on the local reservoir within the park as well.
50% 10 votes
25 Causeway Blvd Slip 52, Clearwater Beach, FL 33767 MoreLess Info
Visitors can take a charter boat out to the open ocean with Queen Fleet Deep Sea Fishing. The crew provides bait for fishing and refreshments to enjoy. Fishes like white grunt and puffer fish can be caught during the trip.
33% 6 votes
630 S Gulfview Blvd, Clearwater Beach, FL 33767 MoreLess Info
A miniature golf course with 18 holes, Captain Bligh's Landing offers a variety of cleverly designed holes to challenge golfers of all levels. The facility also has a video game arcade and a snack bar.
Clearwater's Sand Key Park is one of the most popular parks in the Florida Keys. Park entrance is free to pedestrians and cyclists; vehicle drivers must pay a small parking fee. Sand Key Park is particularly popular among waterbird enthusiasts.
97% 116 votes
401 East Shore Drive, Clearwater, FL 34695 MoreLess Info
Try the fastest growing water sport/recreation in the world when you visit Tampa Bay SUP Stand Up Paddleboarding & Kayaking. Rent a Stand Up Board or Kayak and enjoy the water from a new perspective.
83% 18 votes
160 East Tarpon Avenue, Tarpon Springs, FL 34689 MoreLess Info
Run by the Tarpon Springs Area Historical Society, Depot Museum features local artifacts on display in a retired train station. The museum has a gift shop where visitors can purchase books about the region's history and culture.
Visitors can enjoy a day of swimming and sunbathing at the white-sanded beach of Clearwater Beach. There are towers situated on the beach with active lifeguards on duty. The beach often plays host to different street vendors, performers, and festivals.
Cabanas, bathhouses, dog park, playground, seasonal lifeguards and wheelchairs are all available to guests who spend the day at Sand Key Park. Lucky visitors may even catch a glimpse of sea turtle eggs or endangered birds nesting and feeding.
92% 12398 votes
Western end of State Road 60, Clearwater, FL 33767 MoreLess Info
Florida's Clearwater Beach is famous throughout the world for its pristine white-sand beaches, balmy weather and crystal-clear water. It is the perfect destination for sun worshippers, surfers, swimmers and others who love being near the water.
A retro and charming way to see the city of Clearwater, the Clearwater Jolley Trolley offers transportation between downtown Clearwater and the beach, Dunedin, Tarpon Springs, and Palm Harbor. The beach route is available all week long.