25 Tampa Bay Instagrams you should be following during the coronavirus quarantine

From funny animals to creative outlets, to food photography and local music livestreams, here are some of the best local Instagram accounts that are sure to break your quarantine boredom.

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@FloridaAquarium
Since closing, the Florida Aquarium has posted videos of turtles, penguins, puffer fish, AND otters. It’s wholesome content that doubles as a break from all those cat videos your mom is sending over Facebook.
Photo via @FloridaAquarium/Instagram

@FloridaAquarium

Since closing, the Florida Aquarium has posted videos of turtles, penguins, puffer fish, AND otters. It’s wholesome content that doubles as a break from all those cat videos your mom is sending over Facebook.

Photo via @FloridaAquarium/Instagram
@OlDirtySundays
Crowbar’s long-running patio party is on pause for now, but that hasn’t stopped residents DJ Casper, Fader and Deacon from throwing down on the ones and twos for its Quaranstream party.
Photo via @OlDirtySundays/Instagram

@OlDirtySundays

Crowbar’s long-running patio party is on pause for now, but that hasn’t stopped residents DJ Casper, Fader and Deacon from throwing down on the ones and twos for its Quaranstream party.

Photo via @OlDirtySundays/Instagram
@CityOfTampa
Well, following the city government’s Instagram during a pandemic is never a bad idea. The city has posted news updates, but also feel good stories amid the chaos.
Photo via @CityOfTampa/Instagram

@CityOfTampa

Well, following the city government’s Instagram during a pandemic is never a bad idea. The city has posted news updates, but also feel good stories amid the chaos.

Photo via @CityOfTampa/Instagram
@FeedingTampaBay
Keep up with the local nonprofits efforts around the city, read an uplifting quote from time-to-time, and even donate a few bucks if you’re able.
Photo via @FeedingTampaBay/Instagram

@FeedingTampaBay

Keep up with the local nonprofits efforts around the city, read an uplifting quote from time-to-time, and even donate a few bucks if you’re able.

Photo via @FeedingTampaBay/Instagram
@InfiniteThird
St. Pete local Infinite Third has been active lately. After canceling his tour after two shows, he’s been going live on Instagram and posting videos to IGTV almost daily. Alongside his appearances on other local livestreams (April’s Rock the Park, and a home performance for Grassroots Kava House), the ambient tunes should drown out any annoyances nicely.
Photo via Katlynn Mullins

@InfiniteThird

St. Pete local Infinite Third has been active lately. After canceling his tour after two shows, he’s been going live on Instagram and posting videos to IGTV almost daily. Alongside his appearances on other local livestreams (April’s Rock the Park, and a home performance for Grassroots Kava House), the ambient tunes should drown out any annoyances nicely.

Photo via Katlynn Mullins

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