If you are visiting the Tampa, Florida area or maybe just a local resident and have children than you might want to consider planning a trip to the Glazer Children’s Museum.
This museum is located at 110 West Gasparilla Plaza.
Admission for this museum is as follows: infants are free; children are $9.50; adults are $15; seniors are $12.50. Admission to a children’s museum might seem high at these rates, but this is a new facility.
The grand opening is scheduled for fall of 2010. Opening in late September, this museum is housed in a large area which is great for children’s school groups and other large functions and school activities to happen here.
The museum is open 7 days a week which is great for busy families. Glazer is open on the weekends from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Saturdays and 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sundays.
A lot of museums are closed on Sundays, which makes this one great for those of us who cannot do family activities during the week.
Your kids will have a ton of fun with so many hands on activities here in the different themed areas Glazer has to offer.
You and your kids will have a blast while they fly a plane replica, make artwork in the expansive art area, become a banker, help build a house inside a children’s sized construction area and invent something completely different or weird!
Lots of boys dream of being a firefighter and they can do that safely at the museum. Learn about fire safety and slide down the pole like a real fireman.
Kids will really enjoy running their own restaurant or take care of the animals while they become a vet.
They can take you shopping in the grocery store and pay too!
Have fun with your kids in this new educational play center.
If you and your family really enjoy this museum you can rent it out for birthday parties or even for other special occasions.
This is a great place for a fieldtrip or just an entire afternoon of fun.
After you and your family have fun playing, you can buy a toy in their gift shop and even eat lunch at their restaurant.
“Tiny Bites Café” offers healthier food than most kid friendly restaurants. You can order fruit, salads, sandwiches and drinks and have a quick snack, lunch, or even an early dinner.
This museum really has a lot to offer and you and your family are sure to have an entire day of fun here.