It’s that time of year again where you wanna get out with the family and do something fun. If you’ve checked out the consumer reviews in Tampa for KB Home, you may be even more enthused to move here. Beautiful homes, perfect weather, nice communities and smiling faces.
To get more smiles from Dad and Mom, we found these three areas to visit this summer. See this article below:
Where to take your parents in Tampa Bay? Soccer, Grand Prix, ‘Rocky Horror’ and more
Robbyn Mitchell, Times Staff Writer
The need for speed is not just a terrible Disney movie, it’s also a real emotion, expressed by people of all ages. Indoor racing at Tampa Bay Grand Prix, which has tracks conveniently located in both Tampa and Clearwater, will allow your parents to get out their trash-talking competitive sides while doing something fun that isn’t necessarily dangerous. Also, they won’t sweat to death in the summer sunshine waiting their turn to take on 14 laps of fury. Track owners run Ladies Night and other specials. Regular adult pricing is $16 for one 14-lap race and $39 for a three-pack. tampabaygp.com.
Live Cast Screening of ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’
News flash: Your parents were into Rocky Horror before it was a thing. Bring back memories of the old times by getting dressed up and heading out to the Seminole 8 movie theater, 7990 Liberty Lane in Seminole, to check out Janet and Brad in their skivvies and watch the Interchangeable Parts company do their wacky rendition of the Time Warp. The show is on the late side, every Saturday night at 11, so it’s best caught after a midday nap and late dinner. Tickets are $6, and for an extra George Washington, you can pick up a handy prop bag to make the experience more interactive. rhpsip.com.
Yoga in the Park
Tampa Bay Rowdies game
Courtesy of Tampa Bay Times