10:30 to noon Sunday, April 5
Sensory-Friendly and Access Mornings
Self-directed, drop-in sessions are offered monthly October through April and are opportunities for families and adults who experience a range of developmental and physical disabilities and those on the autism spectrum to visit a specific museum gallery when the museum is closed to the general public. Museum staff help facilitate and support visitors with opportunities for close looking and tactile activities specifically designed for these sessions. A safe space is available, and an adult must accompany visitors under age 18.
Sensory-Friendly and Access Mornings are $5 per family or group. Advance registration is appreciated, but same day registration is available if paying by credit card.
Download the Sensory-Friendly and Access Morning Story Guide
Though these opportunities are created by museum staff for certain times, visitors experiencing sensory sensitivities and disabilities may visit the museum anytime during open hours for independent exploration.
Sensory-Friendly and Access Workshops
Structured workshops encompass different themes related to museum objects, themes, and exhibitions. These workshops typically occur May through September; check our calendar for upcoming workshops.
Requests for Special Programs
If you are interested in working with Education staff to develop a program for your specific group, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. A minimum group size of 5 individuals is requested to design a special program.