Located in downtown Tampa across the river from the University of Tampa and near Riverwalk, the Glazer Children's Museum provides plenty of fun and entertainment for children. The museum offers a full range of games, workshops and interactive exhibits. Craft activities, story time, parades, and fun fitness and aerobics are just a few of the daily programs accessible to children. Monthly events are scheduled with special themes, guests, face painting, demonstrations and exhibits designed just for kids. Food, snacks and beverages are available at the Tiny Bites Café.
Known previously as the Science Center of Pinellas, The Science Center is a massive place that features a planetarium, garden, optical lab and a gift shop where in you can purchase souvenirs and take back memories of your visit at the center. They have several camps and programs for children where kids get to discover a whole new world as they gain information and knowledge on sciences. If you love space and want to know more about stars, planets and natural sciences, simply head to this sprawling center.
CCHR Florida situated in the heart of Clearwater is the headquarters of the mental health watchdog NGO, Citizens Commission on Human Rights. This not-for-profit group was established in 1969 by Church of Scientology and renowned psychiatrist Thomas Szasz. The agenda of CCHR Florida is to expose and educate people regarding the ill treatments some mental-health practitioners inflict on the patients under the label of psychiatric practice. The headquarters features the popular museum, Psychiatry: An Industry of Death, that has audio-video exhibits displaying various psychiatric abuses practiced over the years and its ill-effects. Take a self-guided tour of this museum free of cost on any day of the week while you are in the city if you wish to learn about psychiatry.