- Our list of the best things to do in Tampa, Florida, features the top 360 nearby activities — including 157 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Tampa, FL has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Water Activities, Amusement, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 44 things to do within the city of Tampa, FL , followed by 317 popular activities in nearby cities, including Clearwater, Tarpon Springs, St. Petersburg, Dunedin, St. Pete Beach, Madeira Beach, Largo, Seminole, Pinellas Park, Palm Harbor, Ruskin, Plant City, Clearwater Beach, Wesley Chapel, Treasure Island, Land O' Lakes, Brandon, Riverview, New Port Richey and Zephyrhills
Six days a week, visitors to Ybor City Historic Walking Tours can take a two hour tour of the city with a knowledgeable guide. Some historical features touched on are cigar production, gangsters and the prohibition era.
Enjoy a unique sightseeing tour of Tampa Bay and the surrounding area with Electric Guide Tours, your choice for Segway rentals. Offering a variety of guided tours to choose from, hop on board today and glide around town.
See the Tampa sights from a whole new perspective when you book a private charter with Tampa Bay Sailing Tours. Their tours can accommodate up to six people and include soft drinks and food so you can relax and enjoy the view.
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.
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.
Roughly 12,000 years of powerful stories are told at the Tampa Bay History Center through a variety of artifacts and exhibits. Guests can learn about the early exploration of Florida, learn about cattle drives, and view a replica 1920s era cigar store.
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.