Can y’all believe July begins this week? Some firework shows may be canceled, but your 4th of July weekend can still be LIT. There are fun things to do in Tampa Bay and whatever you choose remember to keep a social distance and stay safe!
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Arrrgh you ready to tour downtown like never before? Lucky for you, one of our favorite things to do in Tampa Bay is open again! The Pirate Water Taxi offers daily tours of Tampa with 13 stops. You can hop on, hop off, all day long! Tickets may be purchased on board at any stop, online or at the ticket booth located at Stop #7.
More things to do in Tampa Bay on the water:
ATTENTION all shoppers! Stroll in the sunshine as you discover the very best of Hyde Park Village. From one-of-a-kind looks to exclusive offers, the Shop to Table is your sunny solution for spending time outdoors while stocking up on some favorites making it a top thing to do in Tampa Bay this weekend!
All shoppers should wear a mask or face covering and maintain and 6 feet distance.
JUL 5 | 12PM–5PM
Hyde Park Village
Get down at the 4th of July Lutz Hoedown
Can y’all believe it is already time for July 4th weekend? While this year may be a little different, there are still fun things to do in Tampa Bay to celebrate!
We’re BOOMING with excitement for this one event happening at County Line Produce in Lutz. There will be a corn eating contest, watermelon contest, live music, wagon/power-wheels parade, and most importantly, fireworks at dark.
JUL 4 | 12PM–8PM
County Line Produce – Lutz
What else to do for July 4th:
Order Cake Girl July 4th Crave’n Cups
4th of July with Josh Gilbert Band
July 4th BBQ Celebration
4th of July Bash at Bert’s Barracuda Harley-Davidson
4th of July Our Way at Shuffle
If you’re looking for a classic thing to do in Tampa Bay, head over to St. Pete because the Dali Museum is open to the public again starting July 1st! The Dali is one of our favorite museums in Tampa Bay, so we can’t wait to get back there. They have implemented health and safety precautions and adjusted hours to make your experience a healthy one.
The Dali will offer free admission to all healthcare workers from July 1–5 as a thank you for their essential care in these trying times. Valid ID is required!
If you love museums read 12 Best Museums in Tampa Bay.
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Have a Movie Night in the Beer Garden
Looking for a fun thing to do in Tampa Bay just before the weekend starts? Motorworks Brewing is the place to be. Grab a beer from their taproom, take a seat at a table, or get cozy on the lawn with a blanket and watch a movie! They will have a projector screen playing Independence Day along with complimentary popcorn.
This is a completely dog-friendly thing to do in Tampa Bay, as long as they are on a leash and well-behaved. Did we mention its free?
JUL 1 | 7PM–10PM
Other things to do in Tampa Bay outside:
That’s My Jam Picnic
Ybor City Walking Tour
Redington Shores Beach Yoga
2020 RunnerMania Virtual Running Festival
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Upcoming things to do in Tampa Bay to look forward to!
While many events are being canceled or postponed, Parking Lot Social is still happening at Raymond James. It is a great event where everyone can have fun while practicing social distancing.