I don't live in Tampa, but have been here 3-4 times over the last few years. This last visit I found new exhibits to explore with the grand-kids.
Downstairs the big attraction is the huge Kidsport. There are little raincoats to wear for splashing through the various activities.
Every little boy likes dinosaurs and my grandson is no exception. There is an area upstairs where the little ones can put on dress up outfits to play in.
The medical area is aslo popular, with a large human body puzzle, play medical equipment and fun activities.
Even my 8 month old granddaughter got to play in the balls and crawl through a tunnel in the area dedicated to the tiniest visitors.
The best part was getting the grandson to climb the 35 foot tall water drop structure.I had to go in with him at first, then he realized how much fun it was and climbed to the top over and over.
Next time you are in Tampa, take time to visit with your little ones!
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