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. . . for an arena, the staff is very friendly! This place is always clean. Sight lines are a lot better than I would have guessed from the 300 level. We enjoyed a bucs game and won't hessitate to come back.
While down at our place )Dunedin), we decided to see a Bucs game
Great fan friendly place
Alot of fan participation
Picked up tix the nite before on NFL ticket exchange ($56 each) 1st Balc/2nd row/ corner end zone. WOW what a view!!!
The stadium was easy to get to & if you get there during tailgating it’s easier to find parking. Inside parking $25 or outside gate you can find $10 parking. I Did not find any real good food, tried the chicken strips which tasted fake/rubbery...More
Surprised at how entertaining the Bucs game was yesterday, I had a really good time and it was easy to get in and out. Lots of $10 places to park on side streets. I enjoyed being in the Diamond Crown box which was right on...More
After having been to the Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium, that would be my ultimate frame of reference. This stadium was just average in comparison - from food concession choices, how they get the fans involved, ease of exiting the venue and overall atmosphere. The pirate ship...More
We were in the Tampa Area over the holiday weekend and were lucky enough to get some great seats. We had a parking pass, and showed up early, so I cant say how didfficult it would be to find parking, but it looked like there...More
What a great day with friends. Good seats and an area inside which was Awesome to take a break from the sun when needed. They worked hard at keeping the place clean which was nice. And the Bucs won. WooHoo
Visited Raymond James a couple of times in the past week. First off we had a night time visit for the Ed Sheeran concert and followed at the weekend with the Bucs v Redskins in the NFL. Both visits were good for different reason and...More
My wife and I are visiting Tampa from London for two weeks from 24 November. We already have tickets for Buccaneers vs Falcons on the following day and Idina Menzel at the Straz Center on 1 December. The main reason for the trip is for the NFL game as I became a Bucs fan after seeing them play in London as the home team and it appeared as though they needed the support! Would anyone recommend things to do for these two weeks, or would we be better off staying in the area from 24 November...More
August 22, 2012|
It will be too cold to go into the water but on a sunny day you can take a sunset stroll on the beach. Will you be renting a car to get around? In Tampa there's also the Florida Aquarium if that is of interest. And about 1.5 miles from that is Ybor City which comes alive at night but still interesting to walk in daytime along it's 7th Ave. It has the famous Columbia restaurant that features flamenco dancers at dinner time and also the Greek Acropolis restaurant with belly dancers at dinner...More
Cardiff, United Kingdom
Lake Buena Vista to Raymond James Stadium (2 Replies)
Hi, im visiting Orlando in December and would love to watch the tampa bay buccaneers. Does anyone know the best way to tavel from Lake Buena Vista to the raymond james stadium? I was just wondering if there was any public transport? Thanks!
October 22, 2009|
First of all, the only feasibly inexpensive transport between Orlando and Tampa is Greyhound bus service; there's no real "public" transport between those two cities (I'm guessing you don't drive or won't have a vehicle). Second, most NFL games sell out ahead of time, even a team playing as poorly as the Bucs are this year, so unless you already have tickets, you may find it hard to get them. Gator tours don't even have a package to Tampa.
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Safety in St. Pete Beach. (9 Replies)
I've been doing a bit of research and thinking of taking a week's holiday in St. Pete Beach. I thought it would be fun to be able to hang out on the beach and see some sports sites like Raymond James Stadium and Tropicana Field. However, my research seems to show that crime is a real problem in the Tampa Bay area. So, my question is, how safe is St. Pete Beach? Is it even safe to travel into Tampa to see the sites?
January 13, 2014|
Oh my goodness. I am not sure where your research has taken you, but this is not an accurate picture of this area. Please allow me to elaborate. First off, St Pete Beach is a small town on a barrier island, accessible by causeway from the larger city of St Petersburg. Very family friendly and comfortable for all. For example, last year, Parents Magazine named St Pete Beach the Best Family Beach Destination in Florida. No significant worries about safety or crime. On a personal note, I...More