Top 5 Tampa Riverwalk Attractions

While you’re at #SHAPETampa, take advantage of the Tampa Convention Center location — right on the Tampa Riverwalk! This 2.5-mile waterfront walking/biking path connects many of the city’s top attractions:

Water Activities Galore
Choose your favorite way to explore Tampa’s downtown waterways — from Urban Kai Stand-Up Paddleboarding and Tampa Bay Water Bikes to the fun Pirate Water Taxi and eco-friendly eBoats Tampa.

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Walk out of the convention center and hop on to a waterbike.

The Sail Pavilion
Kick back and relax after a day of convention sessions at this open-air bar and restaurant. You’ll love the waterfront views — and it’s just steps from the convention center!

Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park
This 8-acre park is the perfect spot to take a rest after an early-morning or late-afternoon run! Take in the views at this new premier event park. It’s a great place for people-watching — or dog watching, if you’re missing your pooch back home!

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Yoga at Tampa’s Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park

Tampa Museum of Art
This museum has a growing collection of modern and contemporary art — including photography, new media and video — and an exhibition on Abstract Expressionism opening April 11!

Ulele Restaurant
Located on the north end of the Tampa Riverwalk, this restaurant is housed in a restored pump house and features its own brewery. Ulele has a unique menu, with cuisine inspired by the region’s Native American and multicultural influences.

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Swim with the sharks at The Florida Aquarium.

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