The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society sponsors conservation projects in numerous parts of the world. The majority of this work deals with species that are represented in the Zoo's collection.
Parker Manatee Aquarium
201 10th Street West
Website: Parker Manatee Aquarium
The Parker Manatee Aquarium, designed to house three adult manatees, holds nearly 60,000 gallons of water, including a medication pool.
The pool offers both deep and shallow water, allowing the manatees to maintain natural feeding behaviors.
Get into a stockcar at speeds up to 145 miles per hour. Offering three program options:
a ride with an instructor and three driving experiences.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not! is home to weird class family fun located just steps off of International Drive. Our amazing 10,000 square foot “Odditorium” actually looks like it’s falling into a Florida sinkhole!
Entertain the entire family with our interactive exhibits of the fascinating and outrageous. In our Odditorium you can explore an unbelievable variety of artifacts and displays in 16 unique galleries that pay tribute to the odd and strange from across the globe.
Every Friday at 8 p.m. you can see bareback riding, saddled bronco riding, calf roping, bull riding and barrel racing.
They have covered bleachers and a saloon with country music on Fridays
Safari Wilderness Ranch
10850 Moore Road
Website: Safari Wilderness Ranch
Safari Wilderness Ranch is not a zoo or theme park. There are no crowds and no lines.
Here you will enjoy an adventure in nature. Our knowledgeable and experienced guides will tour you through large herds of exotic animals and over 260 acres of pristine wilderness in custom safari vehicles. You can also try our drive-thru tour option and explore from the comfort of your own vehicle!
Salvador Dali Museum
One Dali Blvd
Website: Salvador Dali Museum
One of Florida’s foremost cultural attractions and home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of works by the late Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali.
Recommended by AAA. Great gift shop.
The Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo, a unique 10-acre zoo in Gainesville, Florida, is the only zoo on a college campus accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA).
Sarasota Jungle Gardens
3701 Bay Shore Road
Website: Sarasota Jungle Gardens
Acres of beautiful gardens and nature trails for leisurely strolls and picture-taking.
Jungle animal exhibits, reptile encounters and bird shows, shell museum, kiddie jungle and cafe.
SEA LIFE Aquarium’s mission is to inspire people through education and conservation. It’s a marker of the beauty and diversity of our oceans and ecosystems and is a licensed facility that provides care to injured sea creatures.
Shy Wolf Sanctuary
1161 27th St SW
Website: Shy Wolf Sanctuary
By RESERVATION only
The story of Shy Wolf started in 1993 with founders Nancy and Kent Smith. They began taking in animals that were not accepted by government animal services, wildlife rehabilitators, or zoos. Their first rescue was a Black Asian Leopard, Moondance.
Siesta Key Sailing
2 Marina Plaza
Website: Siesta Key Sailing
Half - and full-day sailing adventures.
Dolphin sightings and sunset sails on the beautiful Sarasota Bay and Gulf of Mexico.
5656 E. Silver Springs Blvd.
Website: Silver Springs
A nature theme park and home of the famous Glass Bottom Boats and World of Bears attraction.
Plus the new Panther Prowl, Big Gator Lagoon, Jungle Cruise, Lost River Voyage, Jeep Safari and live animal shows.
St Petes Pier
800 Second Ave. N.E.
Website: St Petes Pier
Retail shops, food court, restaurants, observation deck, Aquarium, sightseeing cruises.
Great Explorations Hands-On Museum, simulator rides, fishing, miniature golf and more.
The St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park's diverse collection of inhabitants extends beyond alligators and is the only place in the world to see all 24 species of crocodilians.
St. Augustine Wild Reserve
5190 Farm Creek Road
Website: St. Augustine Wild Reserve
The St. Augustine Wild Reserve's educational tours are unique in that they allow a close up view with the facility's exotic animals, although there is no hands-on interaction allowed.
The Mission of the St. Petersburg Museum of History is to collect, preserve and communicate the history and heritage of Florida with emphasis on St. Petersburg and the Pinellas Peninsula.
25 Causeway Boulevard
Website: StarLite Cruises
StarLite Cruises, a diverse line of passenger vessels, is an enterprise with five vessels that cruise the intracoastal waterways of coastal Florida.
With the selection of vessels, multiple departure locations, a variety of cruising options and an extensive year round schedule, StarLite Cruises offers something for everyone.
A 12-acre family waterpark for children of all ages.
Five water slides, river ride, lily pad walk and tot area.
Suncoast Primate Sanctuary
4600 Alt 19 (Palm Harbor Blvd.)
Website: Suncoast Primate Sanctuary
The Suncoast Primate Sanctuary Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 volunteer-run organization. The Sanctuary provides a home to more than 100 animals, including chimpanzees, orangutans, monkeys, reptiles, tropical birds and more.
1825 4th St. N.
Website: Sunken Gardens
Sunken Gardens is a botanical paradise in the midst of a bustling city.
As St. Petersburg's oldest living museum, this 100 year old garden is home to some of the oldest tropical plants in the region.
Tampa Bay Grand Prix
14320 North Nebraska Ave
Website: Tampa Bay Grand Prix
Outside Fun For everyone. Two 18 hole miniature golf courses.
For the big kids a thre quarter mile race track for Indy style Grand Prix and 2 seater Grand Prix cars but you gotta be 18 with a valid state drivers license or 16 with a license and parent.
Tampa Big Cat Rescue
12802 Easy St
Website: Tampa Big Cat Rescue
Get up close and personal with some of the worlds fiercest felines at Tampa Big Cat Rescue, the worlds largest accredited big cat rescue sanctuary.
Big Cat Rescue is a nonprofit educational sanctuary devoted to rescuing and providing a permanent home for exotic cats who have been abused, abandoned, bred to be pets, retired from performing acts, or saved from being slaughtered for fur coats.
Tampa Museum of Art
120 Gasparilla Plaza
Website: Tampa Museum of Art
Located along the scenic Hillsborough River in downtown Tampa, Florida, the Tampa Museum of Art provides a broad range of art related experiences for visitors of all ages.
The Museum collection includes twentieth century and contemporary art and a renowned collection of Greek and Roman antiquities.
Tarpon Springs Aquarium
850 Dodecanese Blvd.
Website: Tarpon Springs Aquarium
A spectacular living reef, once the domain of divers only, may now be experienced by all.
Live coral, sponges, sharks and fish come together to form this truly unique undersea oasis. Don´t miss Florida´s most exciting Marine attraction.
The story of The Ringling begins nearly a century ago, with circus impresario John Ringling and his wife Mable, and their shared dreams for the future of Sarasota.
The Pirate Ship At Johns Pass
140 Boardwalk Place West
Johns Pass Boardwalk
Website: The Pirate Ship At Johns Pass
Ahoy maties, tampa bays finest pirate ship is at johns pass village and boardwalk!
This family fun cruise aboard a real replica pirate ship will entertain the whole family.
The southernmost point of the contiguous states of North America is marked by the Southernmost Point Buoy, a concrete buoy that is permanently anchored in Key West, Florida. The Most Famous Photographed Place in Florida.
The Tropics Boat Tours
25 Causeway Blvd.
Website: The Tropics Boat Tours
We at The Tropics Boat Tours invite you to join us.
For a memorable experience aboard our newly remodeled tropical-themed, double-decker catamaran.
Titanic The Experience
7324 International Drive
Website: Titanic The Experience
The world’s first permanent Titanic attraction, features full-scale room re-creations, including her world-famous Grand Staircase.
Also included are over 200 artifacts, movie memorabilia and live interactive interpretations by storytellers in period costumes.