Tours & Educational Programs

We love our airport and invite you to let us show you what makes Tampa International Airport so special. TPA offers several programs to create a fun and educational experience for all ages.

Notice to guests: Due to ongoing construction in the Main Terminal and a fully-booked schedule of tours through the Fall, the Airport Tour Program cannot accept any new tour requests for the remainder of 2015 including all Guided and Airfield Tours.  If you would like to visit TPA, we recommend a Self-Guided tour which includes our new Master Plan Gallery. The Gallery is located in the Main Terminal in the concourse that connects to the Airport Marriott Hotel and includes a detailed look at the history of the airport and air transportation in Tampa Bay with a video presentation and models depicting the Master Plan Expansion Projects and the future of TPA.

Airfield Tour Program – Take a ride on our 20-passenger mini-bus and learn all there is to know about the daily operations on the airfield.  

Guided Tour Program – This walking tour of the Main Terminal follows the path of arriving and departing passengers while showcasing the airport’s history, design, and unique features.

Self-Guided Tour Program – We provide the information, you set the pace. Perfect for guests with younger children or those who want to take a more leisurely look at the airport’s points of interest.

Scavenger Hunts – If you’re looking for a fun and fast-paced activity that promotes teamwork while learning about the airport, consider signing up for a scavenger hunt.  

Aviation History & Career Presentations – Want to learn more about aviation history or careers in the aviation industry, but can’t come to the airport? Let us come to you with a classroom presentation tailored to your student group.

Tour programs may have age and chaperone requirements and limits on the number of participants. For the safety of our guests, we must adhere to these requirements. Please review the individual tour details carefully before booking.

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