Tampa’s Children’s Museum is two stories of exploration for children of all ages, with the options for parents of watching their kids play and getting into the exhibits themselves.  The Glazer Children’s Museum has a great number of standing exhibits that are created according to the different themes of movement, science, the elements, art, and much more.  The museum also offers a schedule of daily programs and special events that mean extra learning and playing opportunities for guests – Pirate Days for example.  The new visiting exhibit starting in February will be “Team Up! Explore Science and Sports!” This exhibit, rooted in math and science, and in the physical, logistical aspects of sports games, is a great example of how the museum experience combines learning, playing, and exploration.

The Glazer Children’s Museum  is open every day of the week, morning and afternoon, except on Sundays when it opens at 1:oopm.  Paid garage parking and food and drinks are available.