TAMPA, Fla. — Several entertainment venues across Tampa Bay are bringing back their mask policies. 

The changes come after the CDC adjusted its guidelines, encouraging even vaccinated people to wear their masks again while indoors. 

Disney was among the first major attraction to change its policy requiring masks indoors. 

The Dali Museum, the Straz Center, and the Florida Holocaust Center are following suit and are requiring masks indoors. 

Other popular spots like Busch Gardens, Amalie Arena, Zoo Tampa, and The Florida Aquarium are not requiring visitors to wear masks but are highly encouraging them to, regardless of their vaccination status. 

Many of the attractions tell us their policies are subject to change depending on CDC guidelines and recommendations. 

Before you head out, check with the business' policy and plan accordingly.