Tropicana Field#6 in Best Things To Do in St. Petersburg, FL
Located a few blocks from downtown St. Petersburg, Tropicana Field is the only professional sports facility that features a tank full of cownose rays. Thanks to a partnership with the Florida Aquarium, visitors can touch, feed and interact with more than 30 stingrays throughout a game. The dome-covered baseball stadium also features the Ted Williams Museum and Hitters Hall of Fame. Admission is free to fans attending Tampa Bay Rays home games. And if you’d rather explore the facilities than attend a game, check the schedule and take a 90-minute tour. Highlights include the field, dugout, press box, tank and museum. Tickets are $9 for adults and $7 for children.
Recent visitors found the air-conditioned stadium to be a nice break from the stifling Florida heat and humidity. When the weather is too hot for the beach, a Rays baseball game is a good alternative. Ticket prices for baseball games vary depending on the time of year, the opponent and the seat location. For more information on upcoming games, visit Tropicana Field's official website.
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