The island may be small, but it is jam-packed with great places to see and things to do!  There are also several near by off island attractions!  

Just click on the images below to learn more about some of our favorites.

YOLO Adventures offers Parasailing Boat Tours Fishing Charters and more

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Captain Fin’s Sightseeing offers dolphin tours, sunset cruises and Egmont Key Charters in the waters of Sarasota Bay, Longboat Key, Anna Maria Island and Tampa Bay.

Born Blue Scuba offers two tank scuba dive trips to multiple reefs, wrecks and local dive spots.

Shiny Fish Emporium is a fun and unique store where your family can go and paint sand dollars

Something Catchy Fishing Charters offers both inshore and near shore charters

Island Players provides artistic experiences for the communities of Anna Maria Island and its neighboring cities through the presentation of stage productions.

South Florida Museum is the largest natural and cultural history museum on Florida’s Gulf Coast.

Robinson Preserve is located just off AMI. The interior of the preserve features hiking paths, kayak and canoe waterways, picnic spots and a 53 foot  tall observation tower 

Ride the FREE trolley. The trolley runs between City Pier at Pine and Coquina Beach, from 6AM- 10:30PM, about every 20 minutes. Stops are every 2-4 blocks

Captain Kim's offers dolphin watching, sand bar hopping, or just some good old rest and relaxation

Rod & Reel Pier lets you bring a fishing pole and for a small fee fish right off its dock. Spectacular view of the Gulf, AMI beaches and the Sunshine Skyway Bridge

Happy Paddler offers guided kayak tours of the  inter coastal waterway.  

Mote Aquarium gives you an up-close experience with a variety of marine animals and fish, including two touch tanks and a 135,000 gallon shark tank

 The Ringling Museum with fine art, historic mansion, two circus museums and a jewel-box of a theater.

Studio on Gulf and Pine offers an eclectic array of exhibits, instructional classes and serves as a salon where artists and art aficionados interact.

Catch a Pittsburgh Pirates spring training game or the Bradenton Marauders, Single A affiliate of the Pirates, at Lecom Field