Unlike Miami or New Orleans, Tampa, this year's Super Bowl host city, doesn't bring to mind raw hedonism. But don't be fooled: Its underbelly is just as seamy, and potential troubles abound for the wayward Giant or Raven. Here's our guide to area attractions for high-profile visitors.
Busch Gardens, family theme park boasting 2,700 animals in natural settings.
WildLife on Easy Street, 40-acre sanctuary for 23 endangered species, including lions, leopards, cougars and other feline predators.
University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, featuring exhibit of Australian Aboriginal bark paintings.
2001 Florida RV Super-show, with 120 manufacturer displays and entertainment by Blaze the Balloon-Blowing Goat.
The NFL Experience, interactive park that includes Internet exhibit, video game pavilion and football skills competition for budding Tiki Barbers.
Mons Venus, strip club boasting 300 au naturel dancers.
Street life on Kennedy Boulevard, site of Darryl Strawberry's 1999 arrest for cocaine possession and soliciting sex from an undercover cop.