Dagney Scott, 3, of Riverview, knew the eggs were hidden somewhere in this exhibit during the Easter egg hunt at the Glazer Children's Museum.
Colin McLain, 9, of Gainesville was on the hunt for Easter eggs in the Water's Journey exhibit at the Glazer Children's Museum Saturday.
Luke Schmaltz, 8 months old, had his photo taken with the Easter Bunny by his mom Ashley Schmaltz of Jacksonville.
Brynn Hamilton, 4, got a little help from mom Emily Hamilton, of New Tampa, as she plucked eggs from a Skyway bridge model.
Published: March 30, 2013   |
Updated: March 30, 2013 at 10:41 PM
People lined up early Saturday morning for an Easter egg hunt at the Glazer Children's Museum in downtown Tampa.
Plastic eggs were hidden throughout the museum, and their contents could be exchanged for prizes. One popular prize was a kite, which some children put together and tested at the adjacent Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park.
Children also met the Easter Bunny and had a light breakfast with their parents at the museum.