Welcome to Tampa Bay! In this document, you will find the plan for your visit to Florida’s fastest-growing tourism destination.


~30 minutes


TECO Streetcar

Stops from downtown Tampa to the Florida Aquarium to Ybor City

The TECO Line Streetcar System is a 2.7-mile electric heritage streetcar line connecting Downtown Tampa, Channel District, and Ybor City. Service is FREE seven days a week at 11 covered wheelchair-accessible stations every 15-20 minutes. 

~2 hours

The Florida Aquarium

The Florida Aquarium

701 Channelside Dr.

Located in downtown Tampa on the waterfront, conveniently on the streetcar line and between 2 cruise ship terminals. Discover more than 8,000 animals from Florida and beyond. While at the Aquarium, check out the rooftop deck with harbor views!


~1.5 hours

Henry B. Plant Museum

Plant Museum

401 W Kennedy Blvd, Tampa

With its magnificent Moorish architecture, opulent furnishings, and tropical gardens, a visit to the restored rooms of the former Tampa Bay Hotel will transport you to Victorian splendor. Docent and audio tours (in English/Spanish) available. National Historic Landmark. Extraordinary Museum Store.

~ 2 hours

Ybor Walking Tour

Ybor Walking Tour

Centro Ybor

Stroll La Sétima, the heart of Ybor City, Tampa Bay’s Latin Quarter and home to 130-plus years of history. From its founding in 1885, Ybor City flourished as a global center for cigar manufacturing and became a magnet for immigrants from Cuba, Spain, Germany, Italy and Eastern Europe. Visitors can still find skilled artisans rolling cigars the same way they have the beginning.


~ 2 hours 



615 Channelside Dr.

Located on the waterfront at Sparkman Wharf in downtown Tampa, Splitsville Southern + Social offers more than 10 pin bowling.  We’ve got serious game with feather bowling, ping pong, billiards, foosball, darts, and shuffleboard. Hungry? Discover an eclectic menu with twists on American classics.

~ 1 hour 

Pirate Water Taxi

Pirate Water Taxi

333 South Franklin St.

Downtown’s bright yellow water taxis ferry visitors to destinations all along the Hillsborough River and Garrison Channel, providing a fun way to explore Tampa Bay from the water. A day pass lets visitors hop on and off as they wish.



~1.5 hours


Oxford Exchange

710 Harbour Post Dr, Tampa

Cry Baby Cafe

Easygoing waterfront hangout with organic coffee & espresso, plus pastries, salads & sandwiches.

Cry Baby Website ➜


201 N Franklin St #200, Tampa

Blind Tiger

Located on the 2nd floor of Tampa City Center, just a few steps away from the last TECO Streetcar stop (#11), all their pastries have been inspired by the ethnicities that make up Ybor City. Cuban, Italian, German and Spanish inspired vegan cookies, breads and cakes are the perfect pairings with their drink offerings.

Blind Tiger Website ➜


420 W Kennedy Blvd, Tampa


 A daytime affair, The Restaurant serves weekday breakfast and lunch, weekend brunch, and afternoon tea, where guests may be seated in an art-filled dining room with an open kitchen or the sunlit Conservatory, complete with creeping vines and a retractable glass roof. 

Oxford Exchange Website ➜


~1.5 hours


Sparkman Wharf

1718 N Nebraska Ave, Tampa

Flan Factory

A cute Cuban eatery preparing flan with a variety of creative flavors, plus sandwiches & coffee.

Flan Factory Website ➜


1910 N Ola Ave, Tampa

Armature Works

Striking mixed-use event space offering an upscale food court, bar & lounge in lofty, historic digs.

Armature Works Website ➜


615 Channelside Dr, Tampa

Sparkman Wharf

Just feet away from Port Tampa Bay, Sparkman Wharf consists of a waterfront area featuring hip restaurants & shops, a beer garden & street-food stands.

Sparkman Wharf Website ➜