The Tampa Bay Area

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  • 1. Chihuly Collection

    Downtown | Museum/Gallery

    An electrifying 10,000-square-foot Albert Alfonso–designed building is home to world-renowned glass sculptor Dale Chihuly's work. Here, impossibly...Read More

  • 2. Fort De Soto Park

    Beach

    Spread over five small islands, 1,136-acre Fort De Soto Park lies at the mouth of Tampa Bay. It has 7 miles of waterfront (much of it beach...Read More

  • 3. Pass-a-Grille Beach

    Beach

    At the southern tip of St. Pete Beach (past the Don Cesar), this is the epitome of Old Florida. One of the most popular beaches in the area...Read More

  • 4. St. Pete Pier

    Downtown | Marina/Pier

    Downtown St. Pete's waterfront is abuzz with activity now that its 26-acre entertainment district has opened, complete with a beach, walking...Read More

  • 5. Sunset Beach

    Beach

    A peninsula that's technically part of Treasure Island, this 2-mile-long outcrop is one of Tampa Bay's best-kept secrets. The northern end has...Read More

  • 6. The Dalí Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    Inside and out, the waterfront Dalí Museum, which opened on 1/11/11 (Dalí is said to have been into numerology), is almost as remarkable as...Read More

  • 7. Beach Drive

    Neighborhood/Street

    Just a short stroll from the Vinoy, this upscale stretch along downtown's waterfront is the epicenter of St. Pete's cultural revival and serves...Read More

  • 8. Egmont Beach

    Beach

    An undeveloped island teeming with birds, shells, and native plants is a short ferry ride away. You'll find serene lengths of beach, abandoned...Read More

  • 9. Egmont Key

    Island

    In the middle of the mouth of Tampa Bay lies the small (350 acres), largely unspoiled but critically eroding island Egmont Key, now a state...Read More

  • 10. Florida Holocaust Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    The downtown Florida Holocaust Museum is one of the largest of its kind in the United States. It has the permanent History, Heritage, and Hope...Read More

  • 11. Great Explorations

    Museum/Gallery

    Don't touch" are words never spoken here. The museum is hands-on through and through, with an art studio, replica vet's office and grocery store...Read More

  • 12. Imagine Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    This world-class contemporary glass art museum features stunning translucent works that play with color, light, and shape by standout American...Read More

  • 13. Madeira Beach

    Beach

    Known to locals as "Mad Beach," this lively barrier island town occupies the southern tip of Shell Key. The beachfront consists of a long stretch...Read More

  • 14. Museum of Fine Arts

    Museum/Gallery

    One of the city's cornerstones, this museum is a gorgeous Mediterranean Revival structure that houses outstanding collections of Asian, African...Read More

  • 15. North Beach, Fort De Soto

    Beach

    Pretty much anywhere you go in this county park can make you feel like you're hundreds of miles from civilization, but the beach on the northern...Read More

  • 16. Redington Beach

    Beach

    Sand Key, the landmass that is home to Madeira Beach at the south end and Belleaire Beach in the north, is spotted with public beach access...Read More

  • 17. Shell Key

    Island

    If you want to find the most pristine beach possible without heading to some remote outpost, this is your best bet. Shuttles to this seemingly...Read More

  • 18. St. Petersburg Municipal Beach

    Beach

    Though the beach is technically in the city of Treasure Island, the city of St. Petersburg owns and maintains this stretch. Due in part to a...Read More

  • 19. St. Petersburg Museum of History

    Museum/Gallery

    Learn about the history of the Tampa Bay region, from the Tocobaga tribe to St. Pete's spring training history to America's first commercial...Read More

  • 20. Sundial

    Promenade

    A marble-lined, fountain-bedecked dining and shopping hub known in its previous (albeit less upscale) incarnation as Baywalk, this downtown...Read More

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