Must-Not-MissTourist Attractions in Tampa Bay - Charter Flight Group

Must-Not-MissTourist Attractions in Tampa Bay, Florida


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Must-Not-MissTourist Attractions in Tampa Bay, Florida

Have a blast under the sun when visiting Tampa Bay. There are a lot of things to do and cool places to visits like marine life sightseeing to amazing theme parks. Tourists will find a wide array of attractions in Tampa Baytorelish.

Busch Gardens Tampa Bay

The Busch Gardens Tampa Bay is a popular amusement theme park that tourists flock to when in the area. The theme park has rides like the SheiKra, which is a 200-foot roller coaster, animal parks like the Birds Gardens and some other attractions, such as the King Tut’s Tomb that allows visitors to dig for treasures. The amusement park is open from February to December.

Manatee Viewing Center

Formerly thought to be as mermaids, manatees are now an endangered animal. During the cold winter seasons, they gather at the heated water released from the power plant in Tampa Bay. There’s an observation platform that lets visitors observe the manatees basking in the warm water having a break from the cool waters. They have an educational building with mini-theatre, teach visitors about the lives and habits of manatees, picnic areas and nature trails winding along the banks.

Tampa Theatre

The Tampa Theatre was built in 1962, is a deluxe movie palace that has a unique combination of architectural styles like Greek revival, Byzantine, and Italian Renaissance. It shows classic and foreign films on a regular basis and also speciality concerts and other programs.

Though new and old shows are being presented here, watching the classics in this theatre lets you feel like you are in another era.

Tampa Riverwalk 

The Tampa Riverwalk is a picturesque exploration of the riverfront. You can have a good start at the Straz Center for Performing Arts, but, you can join in from any part of the route (check their website for the whole map). The Tampa Riverwalk brings you to most of the famous downtown attractions like the Channel side Bay Plaza, the Convention Center, the Tampa Museum of Art, The Tampa Bay History Center, Curtis Hixon Park and ending at the Florida Aquarium. Along the route, you can also pass by informative shows that highlight the history of Tampa and a lot of other public art shows. The path stretches for 2.5 miles; however, there are a lot of spots to catch a break and grab a snack along the way.

Ybor City Visitor Center 

Situated in the very center of the historic district of Tampa, the Ybor City Visitor Center is a great place to begin your exploration of this fascinating district. The center is being operated by the Ybor City Chamber of Commerce; the Center provides a free map of the attraction and expert instruction on what to see and places to go to. There are also a lot of other pamphlets and brochures related to travelling to Tampa. Make sure to have the time to explore the small museum and film show so you will find some information and idea on the vibrant history of what was formerly known as the “Cigar Capital of the World.”

You can never run out of things to do while you are in Tampa Bay, Florida. If you travel from afar, you can get to Tampa Bayon a commercial flight or private jet charter. From there, you can rent a car or a bus for large groups. Taxis and shuttle bus are also available.

Visitors can easily access Tampa Bay through its various airports whether through a commercial flight or private jet charter.   If you plan to visit Tampa Bay in a private jet charter, book your flight at Charter Flight Group.