2022 is going to be a great year for Tampa Bay for many reasons. Here are just a few new things coming to our area this year!
After some serious anticipation, we can expect to see Iron Gwazi open at Busch Gardens this year. It is set to take off in March! In case you forgot, this will be North America's tallest and the world’s fastest and steepest hybrid roller coaster. Here's a video of what you can expect from the wild wirde.
Right next door at Adventure Island, you can expect to see not one but two new attractions open up this year. Wahoo Run is FINALLY coming back after being shut down for several years. It will come back as Wahoo Run Remix with new synchronized sound and light updates.
Hampton Chocolate Factory JUST opened up on Thursday, January 13th, and it is located at Sparkman Wharf, and it looks TASTY! Hampton Chocolate Factory serves artisan chocolate and a wide variety of delicious desserts.
PopStroke will be opening up in Sarasota in March.
This was the highly anticipated minigolf course, designed by Tiger Woods. PopStroke will also serve up food in a casual dining atmosphere. It is expected to be very family-friendly, also having things like games and a playground.
LALA will be opening its doors in St. Pete any day now. This place sounds SO FUN.
It's a karaoke hang-out spot, which will have seven private karaoke friends where you and your friends can go jam out and choose from over 40,000 karaoke songs to sing as loud as you want. The karaoke rooms will all have fun with different themes, such as disco or pop.
They will also serve up food and drinks. Because well, who wants karaoke to have a party without food and drinks.
There's a tasty new spot coming to Temple Terrace sometime in the Spring.
Mochinut Tampa will be blessing the Tampa area with mochi donuts & Japanese mochi very soon. They already have a few locations around the country, and people seem to love it!
Have you ever heard of a Korean Rice dog? You'll be able to get those at Mochinut as well.
See more great things coming to the Tampa Bay area at ABC Action News