- 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.
Plan your visit to Southwest Florida's only elevated adventure course, Treeumph! Adventure Course is your ticket to family fun. The course features rope bridges, ZIP lines, bungee swings, and as much thrilling fun as you can fit into your visit.
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With an expertise in shallow water fishing, Shallow Sightings Fishing Guide Service offers visitors a fishing experience where they can catch red drum and tarpon. The excursion takes place on a 19 foot East Cape Vantage.
The Gulf of Mexico provides excellent fishing opportunities. With Fishdaddy Charters, fishermen of all ages can fish for numerous species from redfish to shark. Each trip includes all equipment and a seasoned Captain.
Short for the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, The Ringling is an art gallery and live performance venue housed on the Ringling estate. The museum features a variety of collections, both permanent and visiting.
Located in Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, Paddling Adventures offers visitors kayak and canoe rentals to take out onto the river. The river is 5 miles long, and has manatees, eagles, and turtles as a part of its ecosystem.
JG Ranch is a family run fruit picking farm and vegetable stand. Visitors can come and pick their own strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries, and fresh grown vegetables such as tomatoes are also available for purchase.
The GTC Beacon Theatres show new movie releases in its 12-screen theater complex. The theater offers stadium seating, assisted listening devices, online ticketing, 3D technology and matinee showings at reduced prices.
Originally established in 1939, the Sarasota Jungle Gardens feature more than 150 exotic animals, ranging from tropical birds to primates and crocodiles. The facility also offers daily wildlife shows featuring different kinds of animals.