Opens May 29
ZooTampa at Lowry Park
ZooTampa at Lowry Park will open at 50% capacity following a 19-page modified operations plan. Changes include thermal monitoring stations at a single point of entry, on-premise EMTs, staff PPE and physical distancing signage. Reservations are strongly recommended. General admission at the gate will occur on a first-come, first-serve basis. The use of a guest face mask is strongly encouraged and will be provided free of charge upon request.
Opens June 1
Tampa Museum of Art
The Tampa Museum of Art will open to the general public on June 1 with regular hours of operation, limited capacity, physical distancing, staff member temperature checks and PPE, and a wellness station with masks, globes and tissues for guest use. All meals at the café will be individually packaged in sealable and recyclable to-go containers.
Opens June 6
Glazer Children’s Museum
Following Clean, Safe, and Fun principles, the Glazer Children’s Museum opens on June 6 at 25% capacity. The museum will operate on reservation-based admission and timed entry. All staff will have appropriate PPE and the museum will implement heightened cleaning protocols, physical distancing signage, hand sanitizer stations, sneeze guard partitions and self-swipe credit card machines. High touch areas and exhibits will be continuously cleaned and the entire facility will undergo a deep clean every Monday when the museum is closed to the general public.