- Our list of the best things to do in St. Petersburg, Florida, features the top 361 nearby activities — including 178 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- St. Petersburg, FL has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Water Activities, Entertainment & Shows, and Amusement.
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Speed Boat Adventures takes its clients on fully narrated tours near Fort De Soto Park, a National Wildlife Refuge, and the Sunshine Skyway Bridge. Marine wildlife can be spotted, especially dolphins, manatees, turtles, and sea birds.
98% 773 votes
6800 Sushine Skyway Lane, St. Petersburg, FL 33712 MoreLess Info
The Island Boat Adventures offers cruises to the Egmont Island. Besides the wildlife watching and sightseeing, the passengers can also opt for snorkeling trips. It can also organize special private events, such as birthday parties.
3400 Pasadena Avenue South, St. Petersburg, FL 33707 MoreLess Info
Combine your sightseeing with a high-speed adventure and book a 90-minute tour with Dolphin Racer, in Saint Petersburg. While you sit back and feel the ocean breeze in your face, you can watch the dolphins play in the speed boat's wake.
The Dali Museum is a privately owned museum dedicated to the art and life of surrealist painter Salvador Dali. Considered the official American home of Dali's work, the museum offers tours, gift shop, and educational programs year round.
94% 310 votes
1500 Pasadena Avenue South, St. Petersburg, FL 33707 MoreLess Info
6 specialty wines and numerous others are waiting to be tasted and bought at the Florida Orange Groves & Winery. This is a family business founded in 1991 and currently produces over 30 wine varieties.
Spanning 1,136 acres across 5 interconnecting islands, Fort De Soto Park houses many different plants and wildlife in various biomes, along with playgrounds, a dog park, and nature trails. Campsites and picnic shelters are available for rent.
Located on the downtown waterfront, Vinoy Park is a free park that consists of 11.6 acres and provides scenic water views as well as locations for special events, whether it be a wedding, family reunion, live entertainment event, or corporate event.
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.