Tampa Electric’s environmental education facility features new exhibits, games for kids and a hurricane simulator. That’s in addition to the vibrant Florida plants and birds on display and – when the water temperature of Tampa Bay falls below 68 degrees Fahrenheit – manatees up close in the wild. From Nov. 1 through April 15, join the more than 2.7 million visitors who since 1986 have to come to experience a unique destination in Apollo Beach. From home, you can also operate our two Web cameras at the center. No pets, please, but service dogs are permitted. Admission and parking are free!
The Manatee Viewing Center is open to the public daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., November 1 through April 15. (The center is closed Thanksgiving, at 3 p.m. Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Easter.) From home, you can operate the center’s east and west Web cameras. Make your reservations here for your class or group to visit the Manatee Viewing Center.
Directions to the Manatee Viewing Center. The Manatee Viewing Center is proud to feature free parking and admission for its guests. Any donations you choose to make to the center are greatly appreciated and go directly toward the purchase and maintenance of educational exhibits and publications that can help teach more visitors about the manatee and the many animals and plants that share its habitat.
Great Group Travel Attraction for:
Corporate Events / Outings
Friend / Family Reunions
Team Building Events
Professional / Client Meetings
Spouse / Dating Programs
Travel / Adventure Clubs
Tampa Electric Manatee Viewing Center :
Address: 6990 Dickman Rd Tampa, FL 33572
Phone: (813) 228-4289
Or contact us at GroupHotels.com would be happy to book your group reservation for you.