1. Tampa, Fla.
  2. Fort Worth, Texas
  3. Indianapolis
  4. Atlanta
  5. Houston
  6. Jacksonville, Fla.
  7. Phoenix
  8. Norfolk, Va.
  9. Washington D.C.
  10. Denver

Source: Forbes.com, which compared the 100 largest U.S. metropolitan areas, considering cost of living, tax rates, arts and leisure activities, and the “retirement job market,” and included a Forbes.com study of inter-metro migration patterns of people ages 55 to 65, which showed where this age group is actually moving, rather than which cities simply have aging populations.