Area Attractions

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81 Oaks is located in Sarasota, Florida — just south of the Tampa Bay area — and is a city famous for its pristine beaches, wide variety of shopping districts, diverse dining, and enriching arts and culture that includes events and festivals all year round.

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Ranked #1 in adult specialty in the Sarasota area by U.S. News Best Regional Hospitals Rankings, is just one of the many nearby medical facilities.

The Mall at University Town Center

This stylish new mall, opened in 2014, is filled with dozens of your favorite stores, including Macy’s, Dillard’s, Sephora and the Pottery Barn ®. You can also enjoy treating your taste buds with eateries that range from small bites at Cinnabon or Gelato-go to lunch or dinner at The Cheesecake Factory, Kona Grill or Seasons 52.

The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art

Relive the wonders of the circus at this historic museum that celebrates the Ringlings — the family behind America’s most famous circus — with displays that include old circus wagons, exotic costumes and the world’s largest miniature circus.

The Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium

Escape from your daily routine with a visit to this unique aquarium. With more than 100 marine species and a variety of interactive exhibits, is a great place to discover the many wonders of the oceans. 

The Sarasota Jungle Gardens

Explore an amazing 10-acre tropical oasis where you can hand-feed flamingos, talk to a parrot or stroll beautiful nature trails. 

The Sarasota Art Museum

In addition to paintings and other art exhibitions that reside in 15,000 square feet of gallery space, this unique museum also gives you the opportunity to explore a sculpture courtyard and enjoy the educational events, performances and films featured in the museum’s state-of-the art auditorium.