The heroic pups of PAW Patrol are off on an epic adventure at the Glazer Children’s Museum in Tampa. This interactive exhibit gives families an opportunity to participate in some fun challenges. Just like Chase, we were on the case for the VIP and media preview.
Paw Patrol: Adventure Play is a temporary exhibit that’s located on the 2nd floor of the Glazer Children’s Museum. It will be open to the public on Saturday, February 15th and it’s included with general admission. The exhibit will stay on display until Monday, May 25th.
There’s so many interactive play areas for the kids. Join the pups on a rescue mission aboard the Paw Patroller.
Families will visit Adventure Bay to help Marshall, Chase, Rubble and the rest of the pups to protect the community. Each of the pups has special skills, gadgets and vehicles to help them on their rescue missions. In the exhibit, kids are invited to grab a pup pack and use their imagination while exploring Adventure Bay.
There’s plenty of space for the kids to run around throughout the exhibit. Caleb and Kaisen really enjoyed helping Rubble scoop all the snowballs to rescue Jake. I think that was their favorite part of the exhibit. They also loved using their imagination at Porter’s Cafe and helping Marshall. One of their favorite activities was stacking the soft cake pieces. They enjoyed stacking them high and then knocking it down.
There are small play tables filled with Paw Patrol figures and toys that encourage sharing and playing with others. It’s perfect for all ages.
There’s merchandise for sale near the exhibit. You can purchase Paw Patrol toys as well as museum items for the kids.
MORE INFO:Paw Patrol: Adventure Play at the museum will also have special events like character appearances. The Glazer Children’s Museum is located at 110 W Gasparilla Plaza, Tampa FL 33602. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday 10 am-5 pm, Saturday 10 am-6 pm and Sunday 1 pm-6 pm. For more information, call (813) 443-3861 or visit their website.
PLEASE NOTE: IDEAL FOR CHILDREN AGES BIRTH TO 10 For the safety and well-being of all guests, no adults in the museum without children and no children are allowed without an adult.