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June 7, 2019

Family-Friendly Tampa Bay Events

By Tampa Bay Parenting

Looking for something to do with the family this month? Check out all the fun Tampa Bay Events happening right in our backyard. Updated weekly so continue to check back!

*NOTE: Many event organizations are choosing to postpone or cancel scheduled events as a precaution to coronavirus. We will try to update this page as frequently as possible, but be sure to check with each event’s website and/or social media sites before attending.


Dinos Alive! | Through Aug. 9
Head over to ZooTampa to discover species that haven’t been seen for millions of years! Enjoy fossil digs, life-size animatronic dinosaurs and fun for the whole family! zootampa.org

Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea | Through Aug. 31
The Florida Aquarium reopens with online reservations, capacity limits, and one-way guest flow. No interactive shows, presentations or theater shows will be available along with their Washed Ashore-Art to Save the Sea exhibit in honor of the Aquariums 25th Anniversary Celebration! flaquarium.org/washed-ashore

Busch Gardens | Reopeninig June 11
Programming is TBD, stay tuned! buschgardens.com/tampa

Tampa Great Father’s Day Race | June 21, 7 a.m.
You’re sure to win Father’s Day by signing the family up for Tampa’s 8th annual Great Father’s Day Race!  You’ll get to run a 5K and receive free pictures, a t-shirt and a goodie bag. greatfathersdayrace.com


Special Needs Ongoing Tampa Bay Events

Sensory Sensitive Sundays | 9-11 a.m.

Stop by your local Chuck E. Cheese two hours before regular operating hours on the first Sunday of the month for a morning of sensory-friendly fun in a safe environment with reduced lighting and noise, food, games and fun for everyone. Trained staff members will be on site. chuckecheese.com

Sensory-Friendly Saturdays | 9-10 a.m.

Every 1st and 3rd Saturday, children with sensory needs are invited to come out to Altitude Trampoline Park in Tampa and jump in a safe, sensory-friendly environment with low music and no crowded parties. One accompanying parent to a sensory-friendly child jumps for free. All others can jump for a lowered cost of $11.95 per person. altitudetampa.com

Sunshine Sunday | 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The last Sunday of every month, Glazer Children’s Museum hosts a special morning with lowered sensory activities. This Sunday is geared towards children with special needs and their caregivers. Explore the museum with reduced light and sound. Admission is $5; free for GCM members. glazermuseum.org


To read our weekly Tampa Bay events blog, click HERE.

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