Tampa Riverwalk Private Smartphone Audio Walking Tour

Tampa, US
Tampa, US
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Embark on a captivating Smartphone Audio Private Walking Tour in Tampa Riverwalk with your group and discover the hidden gems along the Hillsborough River in Tampa Bay. Let the tour guide on your smartphone lead you to iconic landmarks like Sparkman Wharf, Heroes Plaza, and more, while sharing fascinating stories about Tampa's history and natural beauty. Enjoy the flexibility to explore at your own pace, with fun trivia questions and a GPS map to guide you along the way. With no time constraints, you can download the tour on multiple devices and revisit the tour anytime. Join the thousands of satisfied travelers who have experienced the magic of Tampa Riverwalk with Tripvia Tours.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • 1 hours 30 minutes - 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Suitable for 1-15 Participants
  • Private Tour
  • & Audio GuidedSelf Guided Experience
  • Interactive smartphone audio tour guide
  • Learn about Tampa's history and natural beauty
  • Visit popular attractions along the Riverwalk
  • Fun location-based trivia questions included
  • Flexible tour schedule, enjoy anytime
  • No time constraints, take as long as you like to complete the tour
  • Download on wifi before (no signal required or data used during tour)
  • Live gps map shows route & your location
  • Flexible dates - tour is yours to keep and enjoy anytime on tripvia tours
  • Tour guide commentary automatically plays at each point of interest
  • Smartphone or tablet
  • Headphones (optional - audio will play from device speaker too)
  • **attractions may be closed/inaccessible due to reasons beyond our control

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Welcome to the Smartphone Audio Private Walking Tour in Tampa Riverwalk! Immerse yourself in the beauty and history of Tampa's Riverwalk along the Hillsborough River in Tampa Bay as you explore with the guidance of a virtual tour guide through your smartphone.

What to expect?

Embark on a journey filled with fascinating insights into Tampa's attractions, statues, buildings, parks, memorials, and more that line the picturesque Riverwalk. Learn about the rich history of Tampa, the river, and its natural splendor while taking in the sights and sounds of this vibrant city.

Who is this for?

This tour is perfect for anyone looking to discover Tampa in a unique and interactive way. Whether you're a history buff, a nature enthusiast, or simply a curious traveler, this experience is designed to cater to a diverse audience of all ages and interests.

Why book this?

Immerse yourself in the beauty and history of Tampa's Riverwalk like never before with this innovative smartphone audio tour. Explore at your own pace, with no time constraints, and enjoy the flexibility to stop and start anywhere along the route. With a live GPS map showing your location and route, you can easily navigate the tour and discover hidden gems along the way.

Good to know

Before starting your tour, make sure to download the audio guide on WIFI to avoid using data during the tour. While headphones are optional, the audio will also play from your device's speaker. Keep in mind that some attractions may be closed or inaccessible due to reasons beyond control, but rest assured that the tour is designed to offer a seamless and engaging experience.


Travelers rave about the convenience and immersive experience of the Smartphone Audio Private Walking Tour in Tampa Riverwalk. With over 75 tours and 17,000+ happy customers, you can trust Tripvia Tours to provide a memorable and insightful exploration of Tampa's Riverwalk. Don't miss out on this opportunity to discover the hidden treasures of Tampa with this captivating audio tour experience.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

Vouchers accepted in the following formats

  • Mobile

Your Itinerary

Port Tampa Bay Cruise Terminal - 2

(Pass by)

The largest port in all of Florida is on your left as you make your way to the Tampa Riverwalk.

Sparkman Wharf

(Pass by)

If you’re looking for family fun, music or good food, Sparkman Wharf will not disappoint!

Cotanchobee Fort Brooke Park

(Pass by)

Cotanchobee … where the river meets the big land!

Heroes Plaza

(Pass by)

This memorial park stands in quiet and humble recognition of those brave souls who have given their lives in the name of freedom, safety and community service.

Tampa Riverwalk

(Pass by)

HISTORIC MONUMENT TRAIL. As you continue walking along the riverwalk trail, you’re going to see some pretty spectacular marble and bronze statues scattered along the way.

Amalie Arena

(Pass by)

We don’t really need to point this one out.. It's pretty obvious! Welcome to Amalie Arena, home to over 670,000 square feet of excitement!

The Sail Pavilion on the Riverwalk

(Pass by)

An incredibly unique 360-degree open-air, waterfront bar! A beautiful place to take a break, sit for a moment and simply enjoy all the excitement and action that’s taking place along the Riverwalk!

333 S Franklin St

(Pass by)

What if instead of going for a swim, paddling your canoe or kayak or hopping on a boat, you went for a bike ride down the river instead? We'll tell you all about it and you can decide!

Tampa Convention Center

(Pass by)

Not only is the building itself very impressive, but as you can probably see, the location is pretty fantastic as well offering guests a beautiful walk and lot’s of things to do.

USF Park On the Riverwalk

(Pass by)

This park is dedicated to the contributions the university, better known as USF, makes to the city of Tampa Bay. We'll tell you a bit about it and the university itself.

Tampa Bay

(Pass by)

There’s no denying, as we take in the spectacular skyline of downtown Tampa Bay, that this Riverwalk is breathtaking. But, as I’m sure you’ve noticed, Tampa’s natural beauty is pretty breathtaking, too!

MacDill Park on the Riverwalk

(Pass by)

This park was established to honour MacDill Air Force Base’s contributions to Tampa. It may seem pretty small, but its intention is big! We'll tell you why.

Rivergate Tower Garage

(Pass by)

Although designed to resemble a lighthouse, it’s become affectionately known throughout Tampa as.... we'll tell you!

Kiley Gardens

(Pass by)

The 4.5 acre garden originally showcased 5 separate pools, each with an island & palm tree.. how idyllic! Thanks to the “Friends of Kiley Gardens”, as of 2022, it’s being worked on to bring it more in line with the original vision.

The University of Tampa

(Pass by)

The University of Tamps really is quite an interesting place with a very interesting history! If you want to explore the campus, you can cross the river at either of the bridges and take a look.

UT Plant Hall

(Pass by)

Ghosts of Plant Hall. Spooky footsteps echoing up and down vacant corridors, spectres gliding seamlessly through walls, sightings of the shadowy figure of a distinguished gentleman in a brown suit, the stories of hauntings are plenty!

Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park

(Pass by)

Stretching out to greet the Hillsborough River, like much of the Riverwalk, it uses Tampa’s breath-taking skyline as a dramatic backdrop to family fun and festivities.

Ybor City

(Pass by)

Ybor, in historic downtown Tampa, just across the river from here, was established pretty much entirely by cigar manufacturers. We'll tell you about the Cuban influence still seen in this area today.

Water Works Park

(Pass by)

Welcome to the latest addition to the Tampa River Walk as of 2022. Hey if it’s a bit hot out, you can always head over to that giant yellow bucket full of water ... that should keep you refreshed and cool!

Armature Works

(Pass by)

Take a step back in time to 1910, when streetcars were a familiar sight on Tampa streets. Perhaps you can imagine a little of the community’s excitement as this building first opened its doors. We'll give you just a bit of it's history and evolution to today.

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