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Accessible adventures in Tampa Bay, FL

Whether you just visiting or a local, Tampa Bay is for everyone.


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Whether you’re seeking handicap-accessible options for yourself or your little ones — worry not. There are plenty of inclusive attractions to enjoy + ways to get around town.

Here are some of our faves:

Indoor fun

  • The Florida Aquarium has spacious viewing areas, automatic doors, and super-wide elevators. If you need a scooter or a wheelchair, you can rent one for $15 at the front desk.
  • We recommend art enthusiasts check out the Morean Arts Center (720 Central Ave., St. Petersburg) You can explore breathtaking art for just $3 with an Access Card. Plus, caretakers are admitted free of charge.

Jungle gymin’

Getting around

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