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Hillsborough Library Card Offers Free Admission to Glazer Children's Museum

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There are so many free and cheap things to do in the Tampa area and libraries are no exception.

The Hillsborough County Library is more than just books. There is a host of activities, programs, access to computers and more free things to do.

Now, library card holders can visit the Glazer Children’s Museum for free!

From July 26 through August 1, all Hillsborough County library card holders and up to three guests can explore the many exhibits at the interactive children’s museum for free.

Don’t have a library card? No problem, it’s very easy to get one ifåÊyou live or pay property tax in Hillsborough County. åÊYou can åÊapply for a free library card by visiting any branch or by beginning the application process online.

Make sure to bring identification whenever registering or re-registering for the purpose of verifying name, birth date and your current address.

A parent or legal guardian’s signature is required for kids under the age of 17.

The Glazer Children’s Museum is open daily and regular admission for children ages 1-12 is $9.50 and adults are $15. Members of the military, teachers and seniors are $12.50.

Glazer Children‰Ûªs Museum
110 W. Gasparilla Dr.
Tampa, FL 33602