Glazer Children's MuseumCurrently Open
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
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Awesome place to take your child. Although I went as part of a school field trip, after spending an hour driving, the whole experience only took about 1.5 hours and we had 1.5 hours left before we were leaving to head back to school. I gave 4 stars since the 1st level is closed off due to renovations. I will be honest and say, I was expecting a little more. There were a lot of cool, hands on and interactive activites though. Cannot wait to come back and see what the 1st level has to offer.
This is one of the best places to take your kids in Tampa. They have 4 stories fully quipped with all sorts of educational and physical development for the children. From running and shopping at grocery stores to “driving” a fire truck there is no shortage of things for the kids to do. It is easy to spend 3-4 hrs here and still not run out of things to do. They have plenty of staff members in the stations and assisting with the safety of the kids around the building. Right outside you have the new Tampa boardwalk and a huge open area where kids can run, play soccer or so anything their imagination can come up with.
Great experience! Kids love it! Very nice place! A good way to spend the day. The 1st level is currently closed off though for repairs and upgrades. Staff said it should reopen in January. Still a lot of fun though.
It was a great experience, the only reason why I gave it a 4 was because the first floor was closed so we paid full price for half of the fun. Second floor had lots of stuff for all ages, which was fun for my 2 year old. 3rd floor was just big tents but still was fun to see my son interact with other kids.
This is a great place for kids 1-12 years old, but I'd say about 3 to 9 is the sweet spot. We brought our 1 year old and he loved it, but wasn't able to do all of the activities as some are for kids a little older. It was still great for a child his age. We spent about 2 hours here, but we will easily spend 4 hours here when he is a little older. We will become members, essentially an annual pass for a group of 5, next year when our son is a little older. You can purchase single day adult tickets for $15 each, then if you decide to upgrade to the membership they will discount the total paid for the single day tickets. I believe you have to purchase the membership within 7 days of buying the general admission tickets.