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Glazer Children's Museum

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110 W Gasparilla Plaza, Tampa, FL 33602-1500
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Learn about Tampa past and present while taking in beautiful views of the city with this harbor cruise. Your on-board guide tells you all about the Floridian city's history, from pre-colonial times until today. You also get to see a real pirate ship, the Gabriella, up close and personal.
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Kristina s wrote a review Nov 2020
Tampa, Florida10 contributions11 helpful votes
Amazing place for kids, something for all ages. Have only been pre-covid so can't speak for how it is now, but have been many times through the years. Situated next to a nice park.grassy area and the riverwalk. We live local and always bought an annual pass. Just a wonderful place to take kids.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Michelle M wrote a review Jun 2020
Woodland Park, Colorado80 contributions17 helpful votes
This was a total waste of money. I understand things are different because of COVID but the website should be updated appropriately. There was very limited props. The main reason my grandchildren wanted to go here was because of all the dress up and pretend activities. NONE of the dress up items were even out at any of the exhibits. The art studio was closed as well as several other exhibits. If they had advertised this we would have waited. We spent almost 60$ and we were out of there in an hour. They did not have very many things or props for the kids to play with. The kids are 2 and 4 and were very bored.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Response from glazermuseum, Owner at Glazer Children's Museum
Responded Jul 8, 2020
Hi Michelle! We're so sorry you did not have an ideal visit to GCM recently. We did modify our exhibit experience for health and safety, you can find these modifications in our Reopening Plan: Phase 2 document on our Admissions page (GlazerMuseum.org/admission-info)
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bluflowers wrote a review Mar 2020
Tallahassee, Florida8 contributions
The museum is small, but has many interesting and high quality educational exhibits. Unfortunately, many of them were not working properly during our visit. It was quite crowded the day we were there (Saturday) and my son was not able to experience several exhibits because some of the other visitors were not not giving others a turn. I would recommend visiting during the week to avoid the crowd if possible. We saw everything in the museum in 1.5 hours. Not sure this one is worth the cost of admission, but my son did enjoy himself for the short amount of time that we were there.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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John Doe wrote a review Feb 2020
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No reciprocity with the Tampa History Museum. Grandson liked it. Should have known we were going to have to pay through the nose since the glazers name was on it. We're still paying them for the stadium.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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susan y wrote a review Jan 2020
Central Florida, Florida8 contributions2 helpful votes
If you like quiet this isn't the place for you as noise carries terribly.. Reasonably priced and loads of activities. Our granddaughters especially loved the Publix play store, the EMT play area and the firehouse. They like the Japanese area and played at tea party tables. I think their favorite based on time spent intently engaged was the water feature complete w rainstorms and the beach area. They have a Subway on premises which was handy. Our 8 year old granddaughter is terrified of heights which kept her from several activities but there were still many she enjoyed.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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