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Nearby Attractions

Nearby Attractions

  • Oldsmar BMX
  • Ed Radice Sports Complex
  • Ruth Eckerd Hall
  • Tampa Bay Downs
  • Big Cat Rescue
  • Oldsmar Flea Market
  • Tampa Bay Skating Academy
  • Empower Adventures Tampa Bay
  • Oldsmar Sports Complex
  • Oldsmar Disc Golf
  • Palm Harbor
  • Caladesi Island State Park
  • Honeymoon Island State Park
  • Clearwater Beach
  • Tarpon Springs
  • Safety Harbor
  • Oldsmar Historical Society Museum
Downtown

Downtown

City Name: Tampa

Direction from City Center to Hotel: North West

Distance from Hotel: 11 MI/ 17.7 KM

Local

Local

Closest Convention Centre: Tampa Bay Convention Center

Distance from Hotel: 15.6 MI/ 25.11 KM South East

Golf: 10.5 MI/ 16.9 KM North West

Outdoor Tennis: 1 MI/ 1.61 KM South East

Must See

Must See

Founded nearly 40 years ago, the Oldsmar Flea Market has grown into one of Tampa Bay’s top attractions. At 28 acres, the Market is one of the largest on Florida’s West Coast and features hundreds of top vendors of furniture, local produce, gourmet food, antiques, modern and contemporary household items, clothing electronics, jewelry, art, exotic plants, golf and fishing goods, and much more.

Must Do

Must Do

Empower Adventures - Gain a whole new perspective as you ascend a 60-foot-tall start tower, fly on FIVE invigorating zip lines totaling more than 3,000’ over water and land preserves, traverse a 200-foot wood suspension bridge, challenge yourself with our aerial obstacles, and take in the most incredible, one-of-a-kind panoramic view over Mobbly Bayou Wilderness Preserve and Tampa Bay.

Don't Go Home Without

Don't Go Home Without

Oldsmar Historical Society - Oldsmar's history is interpreted in a unique collection of photos and artifacts from the local area. The museum is located at 101 State Street West, in Oldsmar directly across from Oldsmar City hall (which also houses two items unique to Oldsmar history), in the historic Oldsmar Bank Building designed and built in 1918 by architect E.B Phillips of Lansing, Michigan.

Smart Tips

Escape your routine in a matter of minutes and take a moment to Eco-explore around Oldsmar. A 300-acre wilderness preserve plus over 11 miles of trails connect 10 parks. Walking, jogging, biking, skating or paddling – a variety of trail head locations will help you customize your Eco-exploration. North, south, east and west – your final destination is up to you.