FREE Things to do in Tampa Bay

Free Things to do in Tampa Bay

Are you looking for things to do in the Tampa Bay area? Here is a list of FREE things to do with the whole family!

CATCH A FLORIDA SUNSET - Florida has the best sunsets! Go over to the Tampa Bay Riverwalk, the Clearwater or St Pete Pier, or any rooftop. 

ENJOY THE WILDLIFE - See the alligators and turtles sunbathe along the Hillsborough River, watch the birds from the 9.5-mile scenic trail and nature preserve at the Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay or come face-to-face with the Florida manatees from November through April at the TECO Manatee Viewing Center. The MVC is free to visit and also includes other outdoor activities like a nature trails and observation tower.

FIND YOUR ZEN WITH FREE YOGA - Tampa Bay offers several free options ranging from relaxing and rejuvenating to full-body workouts. The morning yoga class at Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park is the perfect way to start your day with sessions held every Monday. No need to worry if this is your first time, all levels are welcome.

SPARKMAN WHARF - The colorful and lively atmosphere at Sparkman Wharf makes it the perfect place to hang out with family or friends. While exploring the Wharf, you will find plenty of picturesque backdrops and seating, perfect for enjoying the waterfront views. This dining and entertainment hub regularly holds free events including live music on weekends, watch parties and movies on the lawn.

ARMATURE WORKS - With a large waterfront lawn and a multitude of restaurants and bars, Armature Works has become one of the most popular places to go in Tampa Bay. At Armature you can relax with family and friends and even partake in a game of chess on their giant outdoor chess board. Not only do they offer free weekly yoga classes and host local markets, but they also hold a free run club every 1st Wednesday.

TAKE A STROLL - Walk, run, bike, or blade on Bayshore Boulevard, one of the most popular paths in the world. Known for more than being a beautiful road, Bayshore has the record for longest continuous sidewalk in the U.S, spanning more than five miles long of unbroken concrete. See incredible views on either side of the 10-foot path with Tampa Bay and the downtown skyline to one side and some of the area’s most impressive real estate to the other.

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