- The list below includes 129 free or cheap things to do in or near Wesley Chapel, Florida, including 84 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Sports Facilities/Fields and Tennis.
- From Florida Exotic Bird Sanctuary to Harry Hopman/Saddlebrook International Tennis, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Wesley Chapel and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Tampa, Port Richey, Tarpon Springs and New Port Richey.
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Northeast of the Downtown Tampa on I-4 at Exit 1, Tampa, FL 33618 MoreLess Info
Ybor City is the historic side of this area. As with other areas of this kind, Ybor is perfectly suited for shopping, dining, clubbing, and others. More information can be obtained at the visitor's center.
Displaying the work of a local photographer, The Wildlife Gallery displays the photographs of exotic animals from Africa, Antarctica, Australia, and the Galapagos Islands. Among the animals featured in the photos are grizzly bears, kangaroos, and crabs.
With beautiful landscaping, numerous trees and a pond, Burchwood Park is a calm retreat. Lawn areas, a playground and picnic pavilion provide relaxing spaces for recreation while ducks and geese provide viewing entertainment.
Named after George M. Steinbrenner, Steinbrenner Field is a baseball stadium that opened in 1996 and is the full-time home of the Tampa Yankees. The stadium, which also hosts other events such as concerts, seats over 11,000 people and has 13 luxury suites that hold up to 20 people each.
One of the most notable services of Urban Kai Stand-Up Paddleboarding are their paddleboarding classes which can be customized for the individual skill level of the students involved. Yet, they also offer adventure tours of the local waterways along with fitness and yoga classes.
Downtown Tampa is home to various museums and performing arts centers, shops, restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Area attractions include the Tampa Museum of Art and Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park, along with events like the Fall Urban Art Market.
Located in the Tampa Bay Hotel, built in 1891 and a National Historic Landmark, the Henry B. Plant Museum will take you back in time to the Spanish-American War. Beautifully restored, each room contains artifacts, décor and mementos from the bygone era.