The Tampa Riverwalk

The Riverwalk connects Tampa's cultural venues, family oriented parks and the city center's vibrant business community. A 2.6 miles walkway along the banks of the Hillsborough River and shores of Tampa Bay, stretching from North Boulevard's Bridge to Channelside. A unique pedestrian path linking parks, museums, cultural and convention facilities downtown. A safe venue for biking, walking, and roller-blading. View Map

Tampa Riverwalk Tampa Bay History Center at Cotanchobee Fort Brooke Park on the Riverwalk features exhibits about Tampa Bay's native Inhabitants, Spanish conquistadores and the people who shaped the area's history, including a reproduction of a 1920s cigar store.
Tampa Riverwalk Ulele Located on the northern end of the Riverwalk, the Ulele Spring flows to the river. Open spaces and walkways with park benches along the river, shaded by a canopy of trees.
Tampa Riverwalk Waterworks The Water Works Park has been transformed into a family-friendly park as part of the project. Located next door to the Ulele restaurant and brewery.

A 1,460-foot stretch of the Riverwalk, between Curtis Hixon and MacDill Parks, includes sections that are built over the river. The Kennedy Boulevard Plaza is an example.

Tampa Riverwalk Kennedy Boulevard Plaza, a promenade set on the river with canvas covered porticos. Four sections are covered to provide shade from the summer sun; perfect locations to hang out over the water in complete shelter.
Tampa Riverwalk The walkway avoids the hustle and bustle and the city by meandering under roadway bridges that are lit at night.

Tampa Riverwalk Sail Pavillion The Sail Pavilion is an outdoor oasis where strollers, joggers, dog walkers, boaters, bicycle riders and Riverwalk explorers come to enjoy cool refreshing drinks, snacks and the beautiful Tampa waterfront.

Nestled along Tampa’s Riverwalk, the Historical Monument Trail of beautiful bronze and marble busts and monuments tells the story of many noteworthy people and significant events that have shaped the history of Tampa and Hillsborough County.

Tampa Riverwalk Aquarium The Aquarium is home to more than 20,000 aquatic plants and animals from all over the world, displayed in over 200,000 square feet of exhibition space.