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 Busch Gardens
 Tampa Bay



 Description:
  Busch Gardens Tampa Bay is
 the ultimate family adventure
 park offering an array of  fascinating attractions based
 on exotic encounters with the
 African continent.

  A unique blend of thrilling
 rides, one of the country’s
 premier zoos featuring more
 than 2,700 animals, live shows,
 restaurants, shops and games,
 Busch Gardens Tampa Bay
 provides unrivaled “real”
 excitement for guests of
 every age.

 Location:
 
Corner of Busch Boulevard
 & 40th Street. Eight miles
 northeast of downtown
 Tampa. Two miles east of
 Interstate 275 at the
 Busch Boulevard exit.
 Two miles west of Interstate
 75 at exit 54. One hour from
 Orlando via Interstate 4.
 Thirty minutes east of area
 beaches and  Tampa
 International Airport

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Lowry Park Zoo


Description:
 Lowry Park Zoo is a family
 fun-for-all. With a superb
 collection of Florida native
 animals as well as exotic
 creatures from around the
 world.

 With the addition of the new
 Wallaroo Station kids can
 enjoy a unique water park
 adventure and interaction
 with animals.

Phone: (813) 935-8552

Address:
1101 West Sligh Avenue
Tampa, FL 33604-4756

Admission Information:
 
Tickets
 Adults: $9.50
 Seniors (50 years and up)
 $8.50
 Children 3-11 years old:
 $5.95
 Children 2 and under:
Free

Zoo Hours of Operation:
 9:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
 7 days a week.
 Open every day except
 Thanksgiving Day
 and Christmas Day.

Directions:
>Take I-275 to the Sligh Avenue exit (which is exit 48, just south of Busch Blvd.).
>
Proceed west on Sligh Avenue.
>
The Lowry Park Zoo is on the right-hand side of the road.
E-Mail:
information@lowryparkzoo.org

Web Site: www.lowryparkzoo.com

 

 

 

 

 

Suncoast Seabird
Sanctuary

Description:
  The Suncoast Seabird
 Sanctuary, Inc. is located
 in the town of Indian
 Shores in Pinellas County.
 It is unique among the
 Florida attractions and well
 worth the trip to visit.
 Founded in 1971 by
 zoologist, Ralph Heath, Jr., 
 The Sanctuary is the largest
 NON PROFIT wild bird
 hospital in the United States
 that is dedicated to the
 RESCUE, REPAIR,
 RECUPERATION,
 and RELEASE of sick and
 injured wild birds.  It is
 staffed by a group of
 experienced professionals
 assisted by many volunteers.
 Like a human hospital, it is
 equipped with emergency
 facilities, a surgical 
 center, recovery areas, and
 indoor and outdoor
 recuperation areas.

Phone:
(727) 391-6211

Address:
18328 Gulf Blvd.
Indian Shores, Florida 33785

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