A Top Choice in St Petersburg Family Resorts
Sun, Sea and Sandcastles with Sirata
Every member of the family will enjoy their stay with Sirata. We offer a wealth of kid-approved amenities onsite, including three beachfront swimming pools, volleyball courts, a game room, a kids' playground adjacent to the beach and plenty of dining options onsite. Sirata is also one of the top pet-friendly St. Petersburg family resorts, so even your four-legged family members won't feel left out. Browse some of our favorite things to do in St Petersburg, FL with kids below, covering everything from the Lowry Park Zoo to LEGOLAND. You'll never run out of things to do!
The Zoo's collection includes more than 1,200 animals, with park areas devoted to Asia, Africa, Australia and Florida. Additional areas showcase primates and birds.
Enjoy thrill rides like Falcon's Fury and Cheetah Hunt, African animals, live entertainment and even attractions for the youngest members of your family at Busch Gardens.
Located across the street from Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, the waterpark features 30 acres of water rides, dining, and other wet n' wild attractions.
Built for kids, this 150-acre interactive theme park offers more than 50 rides, shows, attractions, restaurants, shopping, a beautiful botanical garden and the LEGOLAND Water Park.
Fort De Soto State Park
Explore white-sand beaches, go on a fishing trip, hike together and check out the ruins of a historic fort on your state park adventure.
This is not your typical aquarium. This marine life rescue center is home to Winter the dolphin, star of the hit movies Dolphin Tale and Dolphin Tale 2, both filmed on location. Be inspired and learn about the ongoing work of rescue, rehabilitation and release.
Designed for children 10 and under, the 24,000 square foot museum is full of exhibits and activities to stimulate learning through creativity, play and exploration.
A relaxing cruise in the nature filled waters of Boca Ciega Bay. Narrated by our knowledgeable Captain and crew, sit back, enjoy the abundant wildlife, and be sure to bring your camera.