Visit the Tampa Bay Home Show
The Tampa Bay Home Show heads to downtown Tampa, June 5th and 6th for their Summer Tampa Bay Home Show. The largest quality consumer home show in Tampa Bay and on the West Coast is your opportunity to see, learn about, and buy the latest home products and services from hundreds of exhibits under one roof. Discover the newest design ideas and hottest trends for your home, furniture, garden, and more. The Home Show is your source for everything you need for your home – inside and out.
All attendees will need a ticket for the free show to secure a time slot throughout the day. Tickets and more information can be obtained on www.TampaBayHomeShows.com. Additional COVID-19 precautions will be addressed on the website.
Expect daily giveaways and register to win opportunities at individual booths at the Tampa Bay Home Show. Garner advice and trade secrets that could be exactly what you need to know to move forward with your next project. There is so much to see and do—do not miss the largest Home Show on Florida’s West Coast! Hours: June 5th and 6th. Both Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Located in downtown Tampa, come view a wide variety of home products and services; hundreds of Exhibitor Booths in one place. Work directly with builders, remodelers, architects, landscapers, contractors and many more home improvement vendors.
Home Show Exhibitors:
Shop for items including:
• Spas & Hot Tubs
• Kitchen and Bath Cabinetry and Countertops
• Carpeting & Flooring
• Outdoor Furniture
• Pool Builders and Refurbishing
• Cookware & Cutlery
• Windows & Doors
• Water Purification
• Alarm and Security
• Home Theater
• Pest Control
The Home Show is presented by Tampa Bay Times at the Tampa Convention Center at 333 South Franklin Street Tampa, FL 33602 Get Google Map Directions HERE For another fun event that usually happens every year check out the Wearable Art Fashion Show here. Or check out the Tampa Bay Veg Fest here.
More on the Tampa Bay Convention Center:
The Tampa Convention Center is a mid-sized convention center located in downtown Tampa, Florida at the mouth of the Hillsborough River. It has both waterfront views of Tampa Bay and views of the city’s skyline. Harbour Island is across the eponymous bridge on the other side of the Garrison Channel. The center is connected to the neighboring Channelside District and Ybor City via the TECO Line Streetcar, which has a station across the street. The center opened in 1990 and encompasses 600,000 square feet in total. It has a 200,000 square feet exhibit hall, a ballroom capable of accommodating over 2,000 guests, and 36 meeting rooms that can be adjusted to various sizes. The facility hosts over 300 events per year.