The Glazer Children’s Museum strives to be inclusive and accessible to all, with exhibits and amenities that accommodate the diverse needs of our guests. For assistance on planning your visit, questions, or feedback please email email@example.com or call 813 443 3861.
Parking is available in the surrounding garages, lots, and metered street parking. A majority of parking around the museum is owned and managed by the City of Tampa and rates are to the city’s discretion. Rates can change due to city-wide activities such as sports games, concerts, and other special events. For garage, lot, and metered street parking information please visit the City of Tampa website. Accessible parking can be found in the pay-by-the-hour William F. Poe garage adjacent to the Museum. The William F. Poe garage is the appropriate height for van accessibility and offers 20 disabled parking spaces on their 1st, 2nd, and 4th floors. The City of Tampa Parking Division also offers disabled on-street parking throughout the city. For space locations and instructions please visit the City of Tampa website on Disabled Parking.
The Museum’s passenger drop-off area is located on W. Gasparilla Plaza in the round-a-bout between the Museum and the Tampa Museum of Art.
The Glazer Children’s Museum’s accessible entrance is located on the west side of the building near the Subway.
Elevators are located in the center of the Museum and provide access to Levels 1 and 2. Level 3 can be accessed during special programming and events.
All Museum restrooms are wheelchair-friendly, have handicap stalls and changing tables. Restrooms are located near the elevators on all levels. Restroom toilets operate on a sensor, but please feel free to ask Guest Services for a Sensor Cover to help control the loud noise.
All themed areas and most exhibits in the Glazer Children’s Museum are wheelchair accessible. A limited number of wheelchairs and VELA mobility chairs are available by request at Guest Services, at no cost to guests.
We continue to closely consider the number of COVID-19 cases and the recommendations of the CDC. Starting May 25, fully vaccinated guests will not be required to wear masks in the museum. Masks are strongly encouraged for all guests, especially those who are not yet vaccinated. Our staff will continue to wear our masks to protect the children we serve who are not eligible for vaccination. If you have further questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Service animals are always welcome in the museum in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). In rare cases, service animals may be prohibited in certain Museum locations due to safety or health restrictions, or where service animals may get hurt.