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Book a dreamlike vacation rental for as little as $59 per night by searching among the 7,055 options listed in Bradenton. By directly analyzing these vacation rentals, HomeToGo highlights the most economical offers as well as the most popular accommodations in Bradenton.
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Price and Availability Index Bradenton
Vacation Rental Price Information in Bradenton
The graph shows average prices of rental prices in Bradenton for the next six months. The most expensive dates to travel to Bradenton are in March (3/2 - 3/9). Prices decrease in July to an average of $169 per night (7/21 - 7/28).
Rental Availability Information in Bradenton
Check how busy Bradenton is with our availability graph. More people travel to Bradenton a week in February (2/16 - 2/23). So far, 79% of the rentals are occupied this week. More accommodations are available in a week of September (9/1 - 9/8) as the booking rate is only 16%.
The weather in Bradenton
The above is a climate diagram for Bradenton. July is the warmest month of the year in Bradenton with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 91°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. According to the climate diagram, August is the rainiest month of the year in Bradenton.
Enjoy art, culture, nature and beaches with a Bradenton vacation home
Luxury condos, houses with private pools and waterfront properties are just a selection of the great vacation rentals available in and around Bradenton. Experience Florida's magic in this premier vacation spot, which is home to first-rate museums, relaxing gardens, scenic lakes and pristine beaches.
Local history and culture
The Florida Railroad Museum transports you back through the state's rail history, featuring a fantastic collection of vintage trains. You might even witness a train robbery or a WWII re-enactment. Children will be thrilled to ride the Thomas the Tank Engine, as you relive bygone days of the locomotive.
Highlights from Bradenton's cultural calendar include the annual Bradenton Blues Festival, which takes place in the attractive Riverwalk Park, and the annual ArtSlam event, featuring installations, interactive artworks, and concerts.
Filled with colorful displays of plants and flowers, Palma Sola Botanical Park is an oasis of calm in Bradenton. Enjoy calming views from the Galleria and explore the interactive learning center.
Venture further afield with a trip to St Petersberg, reachable by car in around 30 minutes. The city is renowned for its excellent galleries, including the Salvador Dalí museum.
Bradenton's top sights
South Florida Museum
You'll want to set aside a good amount of time for this treasure trove of a museum. Amongst its countless fascinating exhibits, you'll find dinosaur fossils, antique medical equipment, and ancient relics. Daily tours bring the exhibits to life, while the aquarium and planetarium ensure kids and adults alike will leave in a state of wonder.
Village of The Arts
Potters, painters and healing arts practitioners are some of the people to be found at the Village of the Arts, which also hosts award-winning restaurants and independent stores. Learn more about the colorful artists' community on one of the regular guided Artwalk tours.
Manatee Village Historical Park
Go back to a time before electricity and even roads at this museum, which looks at Florida's pioneer history. 14 areas weave together the story of the first settlers to call the state home, supported by interesting artifacts. Look out for their regular festivals and interactive workshops.
De Soto National Memorial
Learn about the 1539 expedition led by Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto at this memorial site. An informative hour-long tour takes in Robinson and Emerson's Point preserves, as your guides tell you about Florida's unique ecosystems and the De Soto expedition. Kayak tours are also available.
Lake Manatee State Park
556 acres of bucolic bliss await at Lake Manatee State Park. Though the manatees from which the park takes its name are prevented from entering the lake by a dam, there are a number of draws here - sunbathe on the beach, splash around in the lake, canoe or kayak, as you unwind and reconnect with nature.
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