The museum’s Sensory-Friendly Mornings is a program for kids with neurodiversity or sensory processing disorders and their families to visit the museum in a safe and fun way. The museum will open early, dim the lights, and provide tools to aid and guide a sensory-friendly experience for the whole family.
This Sensory-Friendly Morning will feature the newly reopened Martin Building's galleries, Learning and Engagement Center, Creative Hub, Sensory Garden, and McNicholas Miniature Therapy Horses.
Masks are encouraged throughout your visit. Please wear a mask that fully covers your nose and mouth. If you don’t have your own mask, we can provide one for you.
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Sensory-Friendly Mornings are supported by The Blue Ribbon Arts Initiative, Autism Community Store, and The Autism Society of Colorado Opening Doors™ Program.