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TAMPA RIVERWALK
ATTRACTION PASS

Unlock endless adventure, culture, and history with ease at unique attractions for one low price with the Tampa Riverwalk Attraction Pass. The Tampa Riverwalk Attraction Pass features accessible experiences for people of all abilities. Explore the locations below and the services they provide to create the most welcoming adventures possible. 

 


HOW THE PASS WORKS

The mobile-exclusive pass is instantly delivered via text and/or email. The pass is scanned at each attraction for admission. With 1-day and 3-day pass options you can choose to experience all the fun in one day or spread out the adventure over three consecutive days. Each pass allows for one admission to each attraction.

 

HOURS OF OPERATION

Individual attraction/venue hours are subject to change. You can find details on hours as well as other helpful information, such as entry information by visiting the attraction’s website via the "Learn More" button directly below each venue description. 

Blackout dates may apply.


 

CHOOSE YOUR ADVENTURE

TAMPA'S UNIQUE ATTRACTIONS

 

Wheelchair user exploring at The Florida Aquarium

THE FLORIDA AQUARIUM

The 200,000 sq. ft. air-conditioned space has more than 8,000 animals from Florida and beyond. The Florida Aquarium is a partner of the Center for Autism & Related Disabilities (CARD) and provides support and assistance to guests with autism and similar disabilities. Sensory symbols are located around the aquarium for caregivers to be aware of high-sensory areas. 

Pirate Water Taxi

PIRATE WATER TAXI

Pirate Water Taxi is a fleet of pirate-themed water taxis in downtown Tampa with 14 stops conveniently located along the Tampa Riverwalk, Channel District, downtown, and Davis Islands. All of the Water Taxis are wheelchair accessible, however not all dock locations are accessible; call (813) 223-7999 in advance to ensure your experience is seamless.

*Hours are subject to change without notice and for inclement weather/lightning.

History Center

HISTORY CENTER

From the infamous pirate Jack Rackham to the hard-charging Teddy Roosevelt, three floors of exhibits explore the stories and personalities from Florida’s past. Visiting with someone who has sensory-processing needs? The Center for Autism and Related Disabilities at the University of South Florida (CARD) have produced a helpful guide for visitors with ASD and their families and caregivers.

Tampa Museum of Art

TAMPA MUSEUM OF ART

Founded in 1920, the Tampa Museum of Art inspires the residents of the Tampa Bay region and others around the world by providing engaging exhibitions and innovative educational programs that emphasize ancient, modern, and contemporary art. The Tampa Museum of Art is committed to making its building and programs accessible to visitors with disabilities.

Glazer Children's Museum

GLAZER CHILDREN'S MUSEUM

Play with purpose at the Glazer Children’s Museum, Tampa’s interactive, learning laboratory where children play, discover, and connect to the world around them. As an Autism-Friendly Business certified by the Center for Autism & Related Disabilities at the University of South Florida (CARD), the museum creates sensory-friendly events that offer special tools and community resources with the lights and sounds turned down.

Henry B. Plant Museum

H.B. PLANT MUSEUM

Enjoy the rich history of Tampa through the fully-wheelchair accessible Henry B. Plant Museum in a sensory-friendly setting. The museum offers a complimentary self-guided tour using a handheld device and offers transcripts in large print. Large print labels and low-vision tours are available to guests upon request.

American Victory Ship

AMERICAN VICTORY SHIP

PLEASE NOTE: The American Victory Ship is not ADA compliant due to the nature of the attraction. Please view the virtual tour before visiting to ensure it is the right spot for you. 

The world-class SS American Victory was built in 55 days and was delivered to the U.S. War Shipping Administration by the California Shipbuilding Yard on May 24, 1945.  After serving in WWII, and the Korean and Vietnam Wars, the ship went through a $2.5 million restoration in June 1985. Currently, the SS American Victory is only one of 3 fully-functioning ships in the country.

 
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